Thursday, June 7, 2012

City Stickers for Purchase at Alderman’s Office

City sticker sales at the 6th Ward Service Office on June 19th! Also refer to our calendar for other ward office sales in nearby wards! Information provided by Greater Chatham Alliance:

City Stickers for Purchase at Alderman’s Office

For sale in the 6th Ward: 10 am to 4 on Tuesday, June 19th

Money orders and checks are the preferred method of payment.

Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer 6th Ward Chicago Office
4631/2 East 83rd Street
Chicago Illinois 60619

Revenue from the City Vehicle Sticker helps fund the repair, maintenance and improvement of the more than 4,000 miles of Chicago's streets and roadways. City Vehicle Stickers are issued annually and are valid as soon as they are applied to the windshield.

In other words, as soon as you get your new City Vehicle Sticker, remove your old sticker and replace it with the new one. City Vehicle Stickers expire on June 30th of each year.

A Chicago resident with a vehicle that is used in the City of Chicago must purchase and display a City Vehicle Sticker.

In addition, you can purchase the stickers HERE–– online.


The cost of a passenger City Vehicle Sticker is $85 and larger passenger City Vehicle Stickers are $135.

Senior citizens, age 65 and older, are eligible to receive one sticker for $30.

Annual Residential Zone Parking is $25 and Daily Residential Parking Permits are $8 for 15 permits.

To purchase a City Vehicle Sticker, residents must bring their driver's license or renewal form and know their vehicle license plate number. In addition, this year's City Vehicle Stickers contain the vehicle make and model as another security feature.    

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