To establish current residency within a Residential Parking Zone, the purchaser must visit a City Clerk Office and present the following information at the time of purchase:
- First Name
- Last Name
- Complete mailing address
AND the following documentation:
- A valid Driver’s License or State ID showing a home address within the residential zone;
- Any government issued ID such as a U.S. Passport or U.S. Military ID
AND any of the following documents that include the same name and the updated and complete address:
- A current mortgage or lease;
- A bill for any of the following utilities or services:
- Property tax;
- Water, gas or electric;
- Landline phone (cell phone bill NOT accepted);
- Satellite or cable television;
- USPS Change of Address Confirmation.
If you have a current Illinois Driver’s License or State ID OR a Customer Code, you may purchase online at EZ>BUY (LINK). If you would like to have a Customer Code created for you to purchase passes online, please email copies of your photo ID and proof of address to email@example.com.
The Residential Zone Parking Permit expires at the same time as the City Vehicle Sticker on which it was printed.
The Office of the City Clerk reserves the right to deny sale of the zone parking permit if it is determined the purchaser has attempted to violate the rules regulating the Chicago Residential Zone Parking Program.
The Office of the City Clerk reserves the right to void any order – and void shipment of the order – if it is determined purchase was made fraudulently.
Once an order is placed online, IT CANNOT BE CANCELLED.
Stickers are only eligible for refunds in the case of duplicate sticker purchases, or if the Office of the City Clerk determines a Sticker with invalid information was sold to the customer.
Daily permits are not exchangeable for any other product.
Daily permits are not refundable.
A customer’s expiration date for their Resident record for their ability to purchase Daily Permits will vary, depending on documentation provided.
Purchasers must not provide false or otherwise misleading information, or attempt to violate the 45 permits per household per 30 days limit.
The Office of the City Clerk reserves the right to temporarily disqualify a purchaser from the program if it is determined they have attempted to violate the rules regulating the Chicago Residential Parking Daily Permit Program.
Any online order not claimed within 90 days, regardless of the reason, shall be deemed forfeit and not claimable. Such online orders shall not be available for no fee re-issue.