City Vehicle Stickers
We DO NOT sell City Vehicles Stickers at the 29th Ward Office.
City Vehicle Stickers can be purchased online through the City Clerk's website by clicking here.
City Vehicle Stickers can also be purchased in person at one of the following City Clerk office locations:
Stickers can also be purchased in person at 350 community vendors throughout the city. Click here to find a location near you. Please note, community vendors can charge an additional service fee of up to $5.50.
Residential Disabled Parking Signs
Residential Disabled Parking was established to provide disabled City residents with convenient and accessible parking in front of their residences.
How Residential Disabled Parking Signs Work:
The City of Chicago will erect two Disabled Parking Signs to mark off a space of a minimum of 16 feet in the closest proximity to the qualified applicant's residence. These signs mark the space and prohibit the parking of all vehicles, except those displaying a disabled placard or disabled plate. A Residential Disabled Parking Permit must be displayed at the same time, and the permit must have the corresponding permit number that is displayed on the Disabled Parking Signs. Vehicles in violation of this ordinance will be ticketed.
Requirements and Conditions:
Disabled individuals who apply for signs must meet the conditions to qualify for a restricted parking space. The conditions include the following:
How to Apply:
Qualified applicants must complete an application form. You may obtain an application from your Alderman's Ward Office or call the Department of Finance at 312.744.PARK(7275).
Completed applications and the $70.00 installation fee may be submitted to the office of your Alderman, any City of Chicago Department of Finance facility, or via mail at:
P.O. Box 803100
Chicago, IL 60680-3100
ATTN: Disabled Permit Section
If the Department of Finance recommends that the signs be installed, notice will be sent to the applicant, the Alderman's Ward Office, the Committee on Traffic Control and Public Safety and the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities. The City Council will review the findings of the Traffic and Public Safety Committee and vote on the passage of the permit. If the Department of Finance determines that signs cannot be recommended, notice will be sent to the applicant and the application fee will be refunded. The applicant may appeal the Department of Finance decision to the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities within 10 days of the denial.
Alderman Chris Taliaferro
6272 W. North Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60639
Phone: (773) 237-6460
29th Ward Service Office
2445 N. Harlem Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60707
(Located inside Kolatek's Bakery)
29th Ward Satellite Office
Saturday: 9am - 12pm
Monday: 9am - 7pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 2:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 12pm