Guest Parking Passes
PLEASE SEE LINK ‘PDF – GUEST PARKING PASSES 101’ BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON PURCHASING GUEST PARKING PASSES ONLINE
Our office is currently open for shortened hours to sell parking passes. As of June 2021, our in-person hours are Monday 8am-2pm and Tuesday-Friday 9am-2pm. Please make an appointment here. We still encourage everyone to purchase passes online.
Daily Residential Parking Passes
Daily passes are for guests of those living in a residential parking zone. The pass is valid for up to 24 hours from the date and time written on the permit.
Residents living in a zoned parking area can purchase up to 45 daily passes every literal 30 days. Daily passes are $8 for a set of 15. We can sell up to three sets per household every literal 30 days.
Daily passes expire on December 31st of each year. You may be ticketed if you use passes which are no longer valid.
Daily passes are available at the 43rd Ward office. Please bring your Driver’s License or ID with your current address. If your identification does not reflect your current address please bring a utility bill, deed or lease. We accept multiple forms of payment including checks, credit or debit cards. We do not accept cash.
As of March 1st, 2016, our office is no longer able to create new resident records. If you do not have a resident record in the system, the Office of the City Clerk must create a record prior to purchasing them at our office. Email a scan of your photo ID and proof of address* if your current address is not reflected on your ID to EZBUY@cityofchicago.org. This process can take 2-3 business days. If you are short on time, the City Clerk’s Office can create your resident record on site at their offices at 121 N. LaSalle, 5430 W. Gale, or 5674 S. Archer.
WE CANNOT CREATE NEW CUSTOMER CODES IN OUR OFFICE ANYMORE. You must set up an account prior to purchasing. Any person who does not know if they have an account can call the office and we can check. The number is 773-348-9500.
*Proof of address can include a scan of a deed, lease, or utility bill in your name that services your home.