All City of Menasha parking tickets can be reviewed, paid, or contested via the link below. Accepted forms of payment include Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and Diners Club International.
If you would prefer to pay with cash, money order, or check you can pay in person at the City of Menasha Finance Department or City of Menasha Police Department. Checks can be mailed with the parking citation in the envelope provided to:
|City of Menasha|
|Attn: Finance Department|
|100 Main Street STE 200|
|Menasha, WI 54952|
DO NOT MAIL CASH OR MONEY ORDERS
Parking Dispute Review Form
If you would like to contest a parking citation you can do so by using the Parking Portal link above or by completing a paper form available at the Menasha Police Department. If you have any questions regarding a parking citation you can contact Parking Services by calling (920) 967-3592.
Are parking spaces in city lots available on a monthly rental basis?
Yes, a permit may be purchased each month at the Menasha Police Department for the sum of $30.00 + Tax. You may contact the Menasha Police Department for further information and regulations.
What are the fees for illegal parking?
The fees for illegal parking are as follows:
2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. $25.00(Winter) or $10.00 (Summer)
Left Side Parking $10.00
No Parking Zone $10.00
30-Minute to 3-hour Parking $10.00
Too Close/Driveway $10.00 --- 4 ft. min.
Too Close/Fire Hydrant $10.00 --- 10 ft. min.
Too Close/Crosswalk $10.00 --- 15 ft. min.
Too Close/Railroad Crossing $10.00 --- 25 ft. min.
Improper Parking $10.00
Special Event $10.00
Permit Parking $10.00
Over Sidewalk $10.00
Private Property $10.00
Front Lawn $10.00
Faculty Only $10.00
Bus Loading Zone $10.00
Disabled Zone $200.00
Boat Launch $15.00
Second and subsequent violations within one (1) year will receive an additional $5.00 increase to the above listed fee.
These rates apply if parking citations are paid within ten days. Parking citations paid after the 10-day period may be subject to assessment of additional fees, suspension of your vehicle registration, and refusal of future registrations by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Where can a citizen legally park?
Citizens may park on any public street not restricted by state law or local ordinance. Prohibited zones may include, but not limited to:
- Too close to intersections
- Near side of through streets
- Adjacent to an elementary school
- In lanes of traffic
- In front of a fire hydrant
- On front lawns
- Areas designated by yellow striping
- Areas designated by sign
What are the regulations covering overnight parking?
Ordinance 10-1-29 covers all night parking. Overnight parking from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. is prohibited during the months of November through March.
Parking on an odd / even basis is allowed during the months of April through October.
Odd / even parking is determined by the date prior to midnight. On an odd numbered day of the month, parking is permitted on the odd side of the street. On an even numbered day of the month, parking is permitted on the even side of the street. Typically, the even side of the street is the North or West side while the odd side is typically the South or East side. To verify, simply look at a house number or business address near where you parked.
For example: On June 6th a driver parks their car in front of their address at 430 First St. The vehicle would not be in violation of overnight parking when night shift does parking control from 2am-6am on June 7th.
Following the same system, the same driver comes home at 1am on June 7th and parks their car in front of their house. Because that is the even side of the street and it was June 6th prior to midnight, they will not be in violation.
There are some exceptions to the even / odd parking prohibition by ordinance, specifically Roosevelt Street and Riverway.