City Stickers and Parking
Welcome to the Office of Chicago City Clerk Susana A. Mendoza’s City Vehicle Sticker and Parking information page. You can click on the buttons below to find out how to purchase the new 2013-2014 Chicago City Vehicle Sticker or the new 2013-2014 Chicago Residential Parking Permit.
Please note that your City Vehicle Sticker Renewal form – or approved Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) documents – must be used to make a purchase.
For in-person sales, you must bring your renewal form or one of the following approved VIN documents:
- Your vehicle insurance card OR,
- Your vehicle registration OR,
- Your vehicle title.
Find Your Parking Zone
Use the Zone Look-Up Tool to determine whether or not a Chicago address is in a residential parking zone, and if so, which zone number.
Need a City Vehicle Sticker?
Per City ordinance, a $60.00 late fee — $30.00 for seniors — must be applied to all City Vehicle Stickers purchased after July 15, 2013. This late fee can only be waived for new residents and new vehicle owners
The late fee can only be waived for City Vehicle Stickers purchased in-person at City Clerk offices by a customer who – at the time of purchase – can prove either: He/she is a new resident, by providing documentation of purchase of property or rental agreement executed in the last 30 days for a location within Chicago, or the vehicle is newly acquired by the resident, by providing a copy of proof of purchase or a lease agreement executed within the last 30 days.
Need Daily Parking Permits?
To purchase Daily Residential Parking Permits, eligibility requirements must be met, including proving residency at an address in a Residential Parking Zone…
Residency at the address must be proved in one of the following ways:
- Purchase of a 2013-2014 City Vehicle Sticker for a vehicle listed at the same household — purchased either online or in-person — OR
- Purchase of Daily Residential Parking Permits after April 23, 2013 at any City Clerk office location.
This requires formal proof of residency such as State ID, mortgage, or lease agreement.
No permits purchased by the household in the previous 30 days. Only one set of Daily Residential Parking Permits can be purchased per household in a 30-day period.