‘Tis the season to renew your Chicago vehicle registration sticker. All city vehicle stickers expire June 30, regardless of the purchase date.
If you plan to purchase your sticker in person, head to the 47th Ward Office at 4237 N. Lincoln Ave. on Tuesday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Chicago City Clerk?s Office will be on hand to facilitate sales of 2010?2011 Chicago vehicle registration stickers, residential zone parking (the permit parking zone number is printed on the vehicle sticker), and guest passes. You will need to pay by cash or check, but you?ll receive your sticker the same day.
You can purchase your vehicle sticker at other sales locations, too, but keep in mind that community vendors like Dominick?s and currency exchanges can charge you a convenience fee of up to $5.50. The most convenient option may be buying your sticker online using a credit card, though the Clerk’s Office advises to allow up to 14 business days for your sticker to arrive. There’s a 15-day grace period, however, with enforcement beginning on July 16.
As previously reported, this year?s sticker features the award-winning design of Lookman Muhammed, a junior at Lawrence Hall Youth Services.