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January 20, 2021

11/13/2020 7:25:00 AM
Winter parking regulations in effect Nov. 15

The Rhinelander Police Department issued a press release Monday reminding the public that the city's winter parking regulations will go into effect on Nov. 15.

"We would ask that residents follow the regulations to assist the Public Works Department in their efforts to clear and maintain the streets during periods of snowfall," the release states.

Failure to comply with the parking regulations may result in a citation. The regulations have changed since last year. The revised regulations are as follows:

4.02.06. - Winter Parking limitations. Fine amount $25.00

2. From November 15 to April 15, no person shall park any motor vehicle on any other street, city-maintained alleyway, or unmetered public parking lot between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. At all other times during such dates, all motor vehicles shall be parked only as follows:

a. Commencing at 6:00 a.m. of an even numbered date to 2:00 a.m. of the subsequent date, all vehicles may park only on the side of the street corresponding with even numbered addresses.

b. Commencing at 6:00 a.m. of an odd numbered date to 2:00 a.m. of the subsequent date, all vehicles may park only on the side of the street corresponding with odd numbered addresses. The Police Department may remove any illegally parked vehicle to a public garage or proper parking place and may charge the cost thereof to the owner of the vehicle.

c. The following streets are exempt from the even-odd parking requirements of subsections (1)(c)2.a. and b. of this Section:

i. Baird Ave., from Court Park to Dahl St.

ii. Court Park, from Oneida Ave. to Baird Ave.

iii. Oneida Ave., from Court Park to Dahl St.

iv. Dahl St., from Oneida Ave. to Baird Ave.

v. Keenan St., commencing at its intersection with Kemp, and proceeding northerly 100 feet.

d. No person shall park a vehicle in any area where parking is allowed during Emergency traffic regulations 4.02.13.

The Mayor, Police Chief or Director of Public Works may declare a snow removal emergency where the parking of vehicles would impede snow removal operations, the releases states.

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