Parking Restrictions During Snow Events

No Parking During Snow Emergency

The City of Monona does not follow alternate-side parking during snow events.

In the event of a major snowstorm, the Mayor or the Mayor’s designee may declare a snow emergency. During a snow emergency, it is unlawful for any vehicle to be parked or left standing on any city street or public parking lot for the duration of the snow emergency.  It is important to know that vehicles parked illegally on city streets during a declared emergency will be cited and towed at the owner's expense.  There are a few small areas of the City in which limited street parking is allowed during a declared snow emergency.  These areas are on Anthony Place and on parts of St. Theresa Terrace, Gordon Avenue, Wallace Avenue, and Valorie Lane.  See this map for specific details about allowed parking on these streets during snow emergencies.  Declared snow emergencies are announced to the local media and posted on this website. In addition, residents can sign up to receive alerts when a snow emergency is declared. To receive these alerts, sign up on our Alert Center.

Residents who do not have off-street parking available are welcome to park in the following parking lots for up to 48 hours while snow is being cleared from the streets:

  • Ahuska Park
  • Lottes Park
  • Winnequah Park
  • Frost Woods Beach
  • Fireman's Park
  • Maywood Park
  • Schluter Park

To read the City's ordinance regarding parking restrictions during and after snowstorms, click here

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