Parking spaces for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) are available in all City lots and on the ground floor of all City parking garages. At cashier-operated facilities, parking fees are collected upon exit by cashiers, Pay-on-Foot Stations, Exit Stations or via a Parking Fee Notice (for overnight parking).

In the State Street Capitol Garage, parking for PWDs is also available next to the elevator on every level.

A valid, state-issued "Parking for PWDs" hangtag or license plate must be properly displayed when parking in a designated "Parking for PWDs" space. The individual to whom the hangtag or plates were issued must be in the vehicle when it is parked and when the vehicle leaves the parking space.

The hangtag or license plate exempts the PWD from parking fees or time limit restrictions ONLY when parking at a meter with a time limit of 30 minutes or longer. Parking within the cashiered section of any City garage or lot requires the payment of standard parking fees.

Do not operate your vehicle with the tag hanging from the rearview mirror; the hangtag could obstruct your vision and subject you to a moving traffic violation.

Download brochure and map about Parking for Persons with Disabilities.

Facility DIS Spaces Elevator
Blair Lot 1 None (Surface Lot)
Brayton Lot 2 None (Surface Lot)
Buckeye Lot 2 None (Surface Lot)
Capitol Square North Garage 9 None
Evergreen Lot 2 None (Surface Lot)
Government East Garage 5 None
Overture Center Garage 12 Located in the East corner of the garage, near W. Mifflin St.
State Street Campus Garage 15 None
State Street Capitol Garage 33 Located in the East corner of the garage (corner of W. Dayton St. and N. Carroll St.).
Wilson Lot 0 None (Surface Lot)
Wingra Lot 1 None (Surface Lot)

More Information

Video: Public service announcement detailing proper parking techniques pertaining to people with disabilities.

Hangtags and license plates for PWDs are issued by the State of Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles. Call (608) 266-3041 or contact WI Relay Service.

Special parking for persons with disabilities, Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Contact Parking Enforcement