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Help Keep Midland Safe and Attractive:
Reminders about Parking and Littering in the City
Since the Great Lakes Loons minor baseball team has made
their nest in Midland, an increase in vehicle and pedestrian traffic
near Dow Diamond stadium is likely to occur. Because of the influx of people coming into
Midland, the City of
Midland would like to remind citizens of parking regulations and rules regarding
littering in the city.
There is a multitude of public parking available for Loons’
games and other events at Dow Diamond:
Approximately 700 on-site parking spaces are available at
In the downtown Midland area - which stretches from Ripley
to Cronkright streets and from Ann to Buttles streets - there are nearly
3,000 parking spaces. These include the Larkin Street parking ramp
and the Farmer’s Market public parking lot off of Ann Street. Permit and
time-limited parking will be enforced until 5:00 p.m. weekdays in the downtown area.
Businesses may make their parking lots available for event
Diagram of Parking Near Dow Diamond
Click the link below to access and print out a PDF map
areas near the stadium:
Rules and Regulations Regarding Parking in the City
Parking is allowed in designated areas only, and certain rules apply (see
graphic at right
for visual example of allowed parking):
On-street parking is not permitted on the east side of State, Mill and Haley
streets from Indian Street to Pine Street and on the north side of Grove Street from State Street to Fournie Street Monday through Saturday from 6
- 9 p.m. and Sunday from 2 - 5 p.m. These
restrictions will be in effect annually from April 1 until October 1.
Parking on residential side streets
Parking on the curb, sidewalk, outlawn area (between the
sidewalk and curb), or in front of private or public driveways is not
Vehicles must not block or obstruct any public sidewalk or
Parking on lawns or any unimproved (grassy) surface is not
Motorists must refrain from parking within 20 feet of a
crosswalk, within 15 feet of an intersection, or on city park property.
Double parking is not allowed.
In order to park in a handicapped space, motorists must
have a Secretary of State-issued license plate or tag that is visible on
Travel lanes and fire hydrants must be kept free from
Parking on streets within the city of Midland is prohibited between 3:00-6:00 a.m.
Signs that indicate the availability of parking on private
property may be no larger than 2 feet x 2 feet in size, and must be located outside
of the public right-of-way.
Visitors and residents alike are asked to help keep Midland
beautiful by putting litter in its proper place, in trash receptacles.
For more information on regulations regarding littering within Midland, view
Chapter 10 of the City's Code of Ordinances.
For questions about parking or littering within the city of
Midland, please contact the Planning and Community Development Department at