St. Paul joins Minneapolis in even-side parking ban - KMSP-TV

St. Paul one-sided parking: What you need to know

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (KMSP) -

The city of St. Paul has announced one-sided parking restrictions for the rest of the winter.

Starting Saturday, March 1, any cars parked on the even-numbered side of residential streets will be issued a warning ticket. Beginning Monday, March 3, any vehicles violating the ban could be ticketed and towed.


-On some residential streets, parking is normally allowed on only one-side (odd or even). If this is the case, the citywide winter parking restriction rules are suspended and drivers should park according to the permanent "no parking" zone.

If a street does not have any houses facing the street and it is difficult to determine the even/odd side, the following rules apply:

- If it is a north/south street, parking is banned on the east side of the street

- If it is an east/west street, parking is banned on the south side of the street

St. Paul parking FAQs and maps:
24-hour street maintenance hotline: 651-266-9700


Minneapolis already enacted its winter parking restrictions, with no parking on the even side of non-snow emergency routes.

The parking restrictions will stay in place until April 1 unless the city decides to lift the ban earlier.

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