Parking in Milwaukee

Parking Spot Owners

Parking in a Growing City

Milwaukee has been undergoing a transformation in recent years. The city has turned its attention toward improving the downtown area, and by most accounts, has succeeded greatly in doing so. The Milwaukee Riverwalk is a beautiful addition to Mil Town, running along the Milwaukee River, and the Milwaukee Art Museum’s recent structural addition of Santiago Calatrava’s Quadracci Pavilion has received the city international recognition. New residential construction of swank apartments and condos in the downtown area has also brought new residents and promise to bring more, which can only mean dwindling parking in Milwaukee.

As more and more business and residents begin to call Cream City home, curbside parking in Milwaukee is going to become increasingly difficult to find. In the past, residents who did have available parking at their Milwaukee house or apartment could find curbside parking relatively easily. But if you have found yourself circling your block in search of parking more often lately, you are not alone. Parking in Milwaukee has become competitive, meaning that many residents are parking blocks away from home and extending their commute by searching for parking and walking home.

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Enter your address into the ParkingSpotter search and find the best parking by location, price, or spot design (covered or not covered). The parking spaces available on our website have been posted by parking owners who available spaces. It is free for anyone to post the spot or browse our selection, which means our listing is always growing. So if you don’t find a space that meets your needs, check back soon!

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