According to the city of St. Cloud's website, winter parking regulations for St. Cloud went into effect on November 1st and will remain in effect until April 1st of 2023. A lot of people don't know this; but regardless of whether it snows or not, you WILL BE in violation of the regulations between the hours of 7 am and 1 am.

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It's obvious to those who have lived in Minnesota our entire lives, but people who are new to the Midwest and our Minnesota winters, may not understand the reason for the parking regulations.   Because we can get a lot of snow in our area, the roads need to be cleared, so snow removal vehicles like big snow trucks and trucks with plows need to be able to clear the streets for everyone's safety.


So here it goes. Try to follow:

  • Between the hours of 1 am and 7 am, On ODD number days, you should park on the EVEN side of the street.
  • Between the hours of 1 am and 7 am on EVEN number days, you should park on the ODD side of the street.

Look at the house numbers to determine which side of the street you should park on.


We also have Seasonal Bans, which means that between the hours of 1 am to 7 am from November 1st through April 1st, parking is PROHIBITED on the following streets.  During OTHER hours,  parking IS allowed as long as the street has been cleared of snow and ice. However, if the street is a paved street and is only 32 feet wide, then parking will NOT be allowed at any time during the Seasonal ban.

These rules are in effect for the following area:

  • The area north and west of the Sauk River
  • The area west of the Mississippi River and south of 22nd Street South
  • The area west of Highway 15
  • The area north and east of Highway 10
  • The area east of the Mississippi River, south of Highway 301, and Minnesota Blvd

If you need more information, you can click HERE now.


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