City sticker season begins, for possibly the last time

  • This summer Chicago will begin its final transition from selling city vehicle stickers only in the summer months to making the stickers available year-round.
This summer Chicago will begin its final transition from selling city vehicle… (Handout )
May 19, 2014|By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas | RedEye

City sticker season kicked off Monday, possibly for the last time ever. This summer the city will begin its final transition from selling city vehicle stickers only in the summer months to making the stickers available year-round. The stickers, which expire on June 30 each year and cost $85 for a small passenger car and $135 for a large passenger, are required for city motorists. Now stickers will expire on a different month, depending on when they were purchased and when a motorist renewed his or her Illinois license plate. “The shift to Year-Round Chicago City Vehicle Sales is a historic change," Chicago City Clerk Susana A. Mendoza said on chicityclerk.com. "The goal is to improve your customer service experience, and reduce wait times while cutting overtime costs and bringing greater efficiencies to the City Clerk’s Office.” City stickers can be bought online, at the city clerk's office, at the city's Department of Finance and at some currency exchanges and ward offices. Read more about how to purchase one at chicityclerk.com.

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