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Overnight Parking Permission

Vehicles may not be parked on any street, or municipal parking lot, between 3:00 am and 6:00 am, including holidays and weekends. (Chapters 11.32.290 and 11.34.020)

You can, however, obtain parking permission by calling the police department's non-emergency number at (414) 471-8430. Requests for permission are not accepted after 3:00 am on the date the vehicle(s) will be parked on the street.

Overnight Parking Permission is limited to:

  • Guests
  • Stalled vehicles
  • Vehicles affected by a construction project which makes off street parking impossible
  • Fifteen nights per vehicle, per year

Snow Emergency

During the time frame of a declared Snow Emergency, you may not park on any street. You will not receive overnight parking permission and the police department will declare all existing parking permissions null and void.

Pay a Parking Citation

Parking citation payments can be handled in several different ways:

Online Payments

Note: A $3.50 per ticket service charge will be assessed for tickets paid online.

Pay your Parking Ticket Online

By Phone

Call (866) 583-6853

By Mail

Mail citation with payment to:
City of Wauwatosa Processing Center
P.O. Box 2075
Tarrytown, NY 10591-9075

Do not send cash through the mail

In Person

Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wauwatosa Police Department
1700 N. 116 St.
Wauwatosa, WI 53226

Drop Box

A 24-hour Drop Box is located outside the front lobby of the Wauwatosa Police Department, however, NO receipt is available for Drop Box payments.

City Parking Lots

You may park in one of our public parking lots when visiting our community.