Starting December 1, 2015, Parking Changes will go into place.
These changes are the result of a public process and much public comment, especially during the Downtown Plan and Parking Study public input sessions, and include:
2 hour timed parking on Main St from Front St
to 6th St, and on cross streets from Main to 1st Ave E
and W from 9am-5pm Monday through Friday.
2 hour timed parking on Broadway from 1st
Ave W to 3 Ave E from 9am-5pm Monday through Friday.
1. 3 hour timed
parking on 1st Ave E and 1st Ave W from 9am-5pm Monday through
2. Courtesy enforcement with no tickets until *two
weeks from start of program* for on-street timed parking. (To be determined by
3. Eight 3 hour timed spaces in the parking lot
behind American State Bank, the parking lot behind the Downtown Plaza, and the
parking lot next to Select Ford from 9am-5pm Monday through Friday.
The removal of any signs designating reserved
parking in downtown public lots, and the voiding of any agreements regarding
those spaces with the City or Parking Authority.
Enforcement of overnight parking bans within
the downtown public lots.
Residential Parking Program:
2 permits per person, with 4 permits maximum per
The first permit per person will cost $240
per year, with the second permit costing $300
o If more
permits per dwelling or person are necessary, an application may be brought
before the Parking Authority.
Each permit will be assigned a specific
color, which corresponds to the lots that the permit holder will be allowed to
park in. This color is determined by the block the permit holder resides in.
Cars with residential overnight permits may
park in their designated lots for up to 48 hours before being ticketed.
If a car will be parked in a lot for more
than 48 hours due to the owner being out of town or incapacitated, the owner
will need to inform the Williston Police Department at 701.577.1212.
· In 2015,
permits will be issued to begin on December 1, 2015, and will expire on June
30, 2016. At this point, all renewed permits will be for July 1, 2016 to June
- If you or your tenants wish to purchase a new
residential parking permit for Downtown for 2015-2016, please visit the
Auditor’s Office at City Hall at 22 E Broadway by December 11, 2015.
The map detailing those changes can be found here: Downtown Parking Map