Overnight On-Street Parking Restrictions

Overnight On-Street Parking Restrictions Effective October 15, 2020

​As of 5:00 am on October 15, 2020, passenger vehicles are no longer permitted to park overnight on City streets between 2:00 am and 5:00 am. Any vehicle found to be parked on the street between those hours will be subject to the relevant fines and citations. 

​All other restrictions regulations related to traffic and public safety-related violations remain in effect such as:

​​• No parking here to corner; ​
​• No parking in front of a fire hydrant;
​​• Handicap parking violations;
​• Crosswalk parking violations;
​​• Bus stop violations;
​• Parking within an intersection; and
​​• 15-minute takeout/delivery parking zones. ​

Section 18-27 of Article V of Chapter 18 Motor Vehicles and Traffic Code:

​​Licensed and operable one-to twelve-passenger motor vehicles, motorcycles and trucks not exceeding 2 tons in carrying capacity may park between the sidewalk lines of any street between 2am and 5am on any day from May 15 through October 15,  provided that:

​(1) There shall be no parking during such hours of trailers or nonmotorized recreational vehicles (whether attached to a passenger vehicle or truck) between the sidewalk lines of any street;

​​(2) There shall be no parking during such hours between the sidewalk lines on the following streets: 
​(See Downtown Streets that DO NOT allow Overnight Parking at ANY TIME)

​​​• 6th Street from River Avenue to Columbia Ave.;
​​• 7th St. and 8th St. from Lincoln Ave. to Maple Ave.; ​
​• 10th Street from Pine Ave. to Lincoln Ave.; ​
​• Pine Ave. and Lincoln Ave. from 7th St. to 10th St.; ​
​• River Ave., Central Ave., College Ave. and Columbia Ave. from 6th St. to 10th Street; and
​​• Maple Ave. from 7th Street to 8th Street.

​​​- That vehicles may remain parked between sidewalk lines of a public street (other than between a sidewalk and curb), in the same spot, for up to 48 hours; and that any vehicle identified as exceeding this time limit shall be deemed an abandoned vehicle and may be given notice and thereafter removed as an abandoned vehicle under the Michigan Vehicle Code.

​​Questions and comments on the program can be directed to the City Manager's Office at