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Request Permission for Overnight Parking

Due to parking issues associated with Pub Crawls, we are restricting parking in the UW Oshkosh Off Campus Housing Area on Saturday, April 10, 2021. If you do not having a parking pass, you will not be granted to park on the city street overnight in the UW-O off campus area.

You are requesting permission to park in a legal manner in the City of Oshkosh between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Requests will not be accepted after 1am and permission will not be granted more than 3 nights in a 30-day period. Vehicles with permission must follow the parking regulations for the street on which the vehicle will be parked, including ODD/EVEN alternate side parking determined by the calendar date before midnight (e.g. March 1=odd numbered side of street). For information on alternate side parking, visit the Parking Regulations page.

Night parking permission is a courtesy offered by the City of Oshkosh to residents and visitors with short term overnight parking needs to park on the street. This courtesy is only granted to vehicles that are legally parked displaying valid license plates.

Please complete all data fields and press the Submit button.


Overnight from 4/15/2021 to the morning of 4/16/2021


Enter the street address closest to the parking spot
 













To receive an email confirming your submission, enter your email address here. NOTE: You may still be ticketed if you park illegally or violate the odd/even rule.





If you need additional information, please contact:

City of Oshkosh Police non-emergency at (920) 236-5700