Is there overnight parking allowed on the streets in Geneva?
Parking is permitted overnight on most streets within the City of Geneva. However, there are some exceptions.
Parking is prohibited between 2 and 6 a.m. on State Street between River and Sixth streets; Third Street between Hamilton and James streets; and Second Street between Hamilton and State streets. Also, no vehicle can be parked for more than 24 consecutive hours on any street or in any City-owned parking lot. Overnight parking is also prohibited in the parking garage.
There are several streets in the downtown area where parking is prohibited between 2 and 8:30 a.m. except on weekends and holidays. Appropriate signage is posted to identify these streets. Residents living on pre-designated streets will be eligible to receive, free of charge, a parking permit(s) which will allow them to park their vehicle on the street that they live on without regard to the prohibited overnight parking restrictions. A Residential Parking Permit or a Temporary Residential Parking Permit forms are available online or at the Geneva Police Department, 20 Police Plaza. Please note, forms will not be accepted via mail or sent through the mail. Individuals must return their form to the Police Department in person.