FAQ

  • What projects did the Infrastructure Menu funds go towards? 

 Please click here to see a list of projects 

  • How can I buy a City Sticker?
Click on the following link: City Vehicle Sticker

  • How can I buy an annual residential parking permit?
Click on the following link: Residential Permit Parking

  • How can I buy temporary guest parking permits for my guests?
Click on the following link: Residential Guest Permit Parking

  • What is the street cleaning schedule?
This 44th Ward Street Cleaning Schedule and Map will help you determine when there will be temporary No Parking on your street to facilitate street cleaning.

  • What are the parking restrictions during Cubs games?
Click on the following link: Cubs Night Parking

  • What parking zone am I in? 
This 44th Ward Parking Zones Map will help you determine what parking zone you live in.

  • Can I pay my parking tickets online?
Yes, you can pay for parking tickets online through the City of Chicago's Paying a Parking Ticket Webpage.

  • What can I do if my car is towed?
For information on finding out whether a car has been towed or stolen, click here.

  • Can I park a pickup truck on a residential street?

 In an effort to update an outdated section of the Municipal Code which adversely affects small, non-commercial pick-up truck owners and their ability to park on business and residential streets in the City, City Clerk Susana Mendoza, along with Co-Sponsors Aldermen Hopkins, Mell, and Lopez introduced SO2015-8494 to clarify truck parking in the City. The ordinance allows city residents to park their non-commercial pick-up trucks on residential and business streets without a truck sticker and also allows non-residents to park their pick-up trucks only on business streets. SO2015-8494 was passed by the City Council on 4/13/16 and becomes effective on 5/18/16.

New truck parking regulations:
SO2015-8494 effectively eliminates the need for a residential truck parking permit and allows non-commercial pick-up trucks weighing less than 8,000 pounds to park in the City of Chicago – provided certain conditions are met:

1.    If the non-commercial pick-up truck is owned by a City Resident and has a valid City Sticker, the owner may park the vehicle on a Residential or Business street.

2.    If the non-commercial pick-up truck is owned by a Non-Chicago resident, (e.g. a visitor from the suburbs) and does not have a valid Chicago City Wheel Tax License, the owner may only park the vehicle on a Business street.

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