On Friday, June 22, I will host a City Sticker Sale and CityKey ID event from 10 am to 2 pm in the annex space at the Copernicus Center, 5214 W. Lawrence.
To purchase a vehicle sticker, you must bring your 2018 Chicago city vehicle courtesy reminder form. If you have lost your courtesy reminder, please bring your state vehicle registration card, which includes your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
The ward sale is limited to drivers with stickers expiring June 30. All motorists must purchase and display their vehicle sticker purchased in June by July 1 to avoid tickets.
This year, absolutely no cash payments will be accepted. Please plan ahead and bring an alternative form of payment. Accepted forms include check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards.
If you would like to purchase your city sticker before June 30, you can purchase one at the City Clerk’s satellite office located at 5430 W. Gale Street, at most currency exchanges (service fees may apply), online, or via mail following instructions on the back of your renewal notice.
At this year’s event, the residents will have the opportunity to purchase a City of Chicago CityKey ID. The CityKey ID program was established to bring Chicago together as one community.
The CityKey program enables Chicagoans an opportunity to obtain an optional, valid, government-issued ID. The new city ID acts as a Ventra card, a library card, and offers cardholders an array of benefits at various businesses and organizations throughout the city.
Chicago residents of any age can obtain a CityKey ID either at the mobile printing event on June 22 or by scheduling an appointment with the City Clerk’s office.
For more information and a list of answers to frequently asked questions, visit the CityKey website.