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Return of winter parking regulationsSubmitted: 12/01/2019
Maya Reese
Maya Reese
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mreese@wjfw.com

Return of winter parking regulations
RHINELANDER - The Rhinelander Police Department wants to remind city residents of winter parking regulations.

Its goal is to clear and maintain the streets when there's snow on the ground. No motor vehicle should be parked on a street, alleyway, or public parking lot between 3am-6am. Officer Claire Decker says there are different rules for different days of the week.

"On even numbered days, so second, fourth, sixth, things like that and so on, you have to park on even numbered addresses on that side," said Decker. "That same rule applies for odd numbered days."

The police department will be issuing tickets or towing vehicles that don't comply with the rules. The regulations went into effect today and will continue until April 1st.


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