Recent News from the Office of the City Clerk

August 4, 2015

City Clerk Mendoza responds to lack of state funding, programming cuts at Little Village’s Rauner YMCA

City Clerk Susana Mendoza issued the following statement in response to a decision by educators at the Rauner YMCA to discontinue the Teen REACH program due to lack of state… Read more

May 21, 2015

Federal court upholds Cook County ban on the sale of puppy mill animals

U.S. Federal Judge Matthew F. Kennelly today dismissed a complaint brought against Cook County by the Missouri Pet Breeders Association and other parties representing the puppy mill industry, effectively upholding… Read more

Chicago City Hall
May 18, 2015

City Clerk Susana A. Mendoza hosts inaugural open house at City Hall

Please feel free to visit the Office of the Chicago City Clerk for a meet and greet with Clerk Susana A. Mendoza this afternoon following the 2015 Inauguration event. Details… Read more

May 6, 2015

Chicago City Clerk Mendoza backs historic ordinance to support torture survivors and their families

Chicago City Clerk Susana A. Mendoza released the following statement today regarding a City Council ordinance providing police torture survivors and their families with monetary reparations, counseling, assistance with tuition… Read more

  • For many years, we worked to secure state funding for programming at the Rauner YMCA in Little Village. Read our statement on how the state budget stalemate is affecting young people in one Chicago community.
  • Today's #chicouncil meeting streams online in about two hours. Watch live for discussions with your aldermen regarding TIF restructuring, the #Chicago Infrastructure Trust & much more. This is the last meeting before the traditional August break from the monthly City Council meetings. Please tune in later this morning and join the conversation on #Twitter at #chicouncil.
  • We are very rapidly nearing the expiration for all Chicago City Vehicle Stickers that read "6/15." This group of customers includes many seniors. Please let your friends, neighbors and relatives know that if they have "6/15" on their windshields right now, they must purchase and display their new vehicle sticker by midnight tonight . Our offices close at 5 p.m., but many currency exchanges are open 24-hours. Find a community partner vendor with evening hours using this link and please display your new vehicle sticker to avoid costly tickets and fees.
  • We have a big deadline coming up tomorrow at midnight. All Chicago City Vehicle Stickers that read "6/15" expire on July 15 and new ones must be displayed. The grace period ends tomorrow and enforcement agents from the City will be out in large numbers. While it will be much smaller than last year thanks to Year-Round Sales, there will be a last minute rush tomorrow. We have no line at City Hall this morning. Why not take care of it now if you haven't bought yet? Thank you and for more information please visit ChiCityClerk.com.
  • What a great lunch with #Chicago After School Matters! Their Summer Teen Cuisine program is amazing. Thank you Adriene Scherenzel-Curry, Jill Young, Mary Ellen Canon, our other hosts and all the amazing #futureCHEFS.
  • We are live in #chicouncil today talking with interns from the aldermanic summer internship program. Thanks for your hard work for our constituents all summer and for letting us visit with you today!
  • There's just one week until the end of the July 15 grace period for Chicago City Vehicle Stickers that expired on June 30. These expiring vehicle stickers are the ones with "6/30" printed on them. Check your windshields and remind your friends and family. Please remember to buy and display your new vehicle sticker by July 15. We want you to avoid tickets and late fees! Thank you!
  • Honoring Judy Baar Topinka is the right thing to do.
  • Our offices will be closed tomorrow (Friday) for the 4th of July holiday. If you need vehicle stickers or other products, please come see us today or when we're back again on Monday, July 6. Remember, we are ALWAYS open online at EZ>BUY at ChiCityClerk.com. It's the easiest and fastest way to get your vehicle sticker. Our community partner vendors, including currency exchanges, are also open this weekend. One last reminder: Please remember, if your current vehicle sticker reads "6/15" you have until July 15 to purchase and display your new one. We want you to avoid tickets and fees, so don't forget that important deadline. Thank you!
  • Please remember your Chicago City Vehicle Sticker expiration month and year is printed on it. If your vehicle reads, "6/15" that means it expired on June 30 and you now have until the end of the grace period, July 15, days to purchase and display a new one. Remind your friends and family to check and find more information at ChiCityClerk.com. We want you to avoid tickets and late fees this summer. Thank you!
  • Please remember if your Chicago City Vehicle Sticker expires on 6/30 (today), then you have until July 15 to purchase and display your new one on your vehicle to avoid tickets and additional fees. For more information, visit ChiCityClerk.com and make sure you place your vehicle sticker on your windshield before July 15.
  • We are deeply saddened by the loss of Jerry Roper. He was a true advocate for the City of Chicago and he worked tirelessly to promote local businesses through the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
  • The Pride Flag flies proudly over #Chicago today! #equalityforal #scotusmarriage