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Calendar parking aids snow removal

With winter approaching soon, the Superior Police department would like to remind residents and visitors of our calendar parking regulations. Calendar parking is enforced year round in Superior. There are some streets that are exempt from calenda...

With winter approaching soon, the Superior Police department would like to remind residents and visitors of our calendar parking regulations.

Calendar parking is enforced year round in Superior. There are some streets that are exempt from calendar parking all year and others that are exempt for parts of the year. All of the exemptions are written in city ordinances and can be found on the internet at municode.com. Our parking ordinances have been created by the City Council to allow for smooth traffic flow, street maintenance, snow removal and emergency vehicle operation.

The ordinance that governs calendar parking states the "switch over" period is between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. every Sunday. This means owners can and move their vehicles to the other side of the street during that time. On many city streets, parking vehicles on both sides of the street prohibits vehicles from getting through. Certainly, larger vehicles like fire trucks would not be able to pass.

The police department is asking for your cooperation by understanding and following the switch over period. The fine amount for calendar parking violations is $15. If you have any questions regarding this or any other parking law, feel free to call the Superior Police Department Traffic Bureau at 715-395-7435.

John Kiel is the traffic lieutenant for the Superior Police department.

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