01. Services

311 Requests

City services like tree trims, sewer clogs, and rodent control can be requested through out office, online by going to 311.chicago.gov or calling 311. You are always welcome to send the information to our office so we can get detailed information to our city departments.


Street & Sanitation Services

The Department of Streets and Sanitation provides garbage and recycling collection, street cleaning, graffiti removal, snow plowing, and tree maintenance through the Bureau of Forestry.  The 32nd Ward’s Superintendent, Mr. Pedro Borrero works closely with our office to ensure these services are delivered efficiently. Please contact us to report any issues that require attention, or to submit a request, visit 311 Chicago.

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311 Chicago

Abandoned & Towed Vehicles
Blue Cart Recycling Program


Garbage Collection
Rodent Control
Snow Plowing

Sidewalk Shoveling

Street Sweeping Map

You can also call 311 for or visit the 311 website to submit a request.

Rodent Control

Rodent abatement services can be obtained through the Bureau of Rodent Control by contacting our office. Help prevent rats by containing garbage and recycling in all approved containers. Exposed garbage is the primary reason rodents proliferate.

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There are many regulations regarding parking in the City of Chicago so always read signs before parking.

Moving Day No Parking Signs

No Parking signs for residential moves are available to 32nd Ward residents. To obtain these signs, please come to our office at least 24 hours in advance of the move with proof of residence. Parking signs are available for the hours between 6:00 AM-6:00 PM.  The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) also provides No Parking signs for residential moves, at a fee of $25.00.  CDOT will provide enforceable signs (for ticketing or towing) for the day of the move. For more information on this program, please contact CDOT at (312) 744-4652.

Annual City Vehicle Stickers

City residents who own a vehicle are required to have a valid annual city sticker regardless of state of registration and have 30 days to come into compliance. Annual city stickers are sold through the Chicago City Clerk office ONLY. You can purchase an annual city sticker at the following locations:

  • City Clerk office – 121 N LaSalle, Room 107

  • City Clerk satellite office – 5430 W Gale

  • Department of Revenue – 4445 N Pulaski

  • At most currency exchanges (service fee may apply)

  • Online (here)


The city sticker is required for residents in addition to vehicle registration. For State of Illinois vehicle registration requirements, please click here.


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Chicago City Clerk – Vehicle Sticker Information

Vehicle City Sticker Online Order Form

Vehicle Registration Requirements


Residential Permit Parking

Streets near CTA or Metra train stations or other business districts might restrict parking to neighborhood residents with a valid residential parking permit. Click here to check if you are eligible for a residential parking permit.

Daily Residential Parking Passes (RPP)

Daily RPP passes are available for purchase at our office. To purchase, visit the City Clerk’s website (here) or bring an updated Driver’s License or State ID that reflects your current address to our office for purchase.  We do not accept cash.


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Chicago City Clerk – Residential Parking Permit Zone Lookup

Chicago City Clerk – Residential Parking Information

Chicago City Clerk – Online Order Form

Disabled Parking

Residential disabled parking is for disabled persons only.  Applications are available at our office as well as online, and are filed via the Illinois Secretary of State (click here).

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Disabled Parking Sign Information

Disabled Parking Sign Information - Application

Secretary of State – Persons with Disabilities Information

Winter Parking

Overnight Winter Parking Ban

There is a Winter Overnight Parking Ban on many Chicago streets between December 1st and April 1st. This ban is in effect regardless of snow fall. In the 32nd Ward, this ban applies to Milwaukee Ave. Click here for a city-wide map of restricted streets.  

Two Inch Snow Parking Ban

A separate snow parking ban exists for snowfalls of two or more inches of snow.  Click here for a city-side map. 


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Department of Streets & Sanitation – Winter Parking Ban Information

Winter Overnight Parking Ban – City-Wide Map

Two Inch Snow Parking Ban – City-Wide Map

Parking Tickets and Towing

If you receive a parking ticket, please read the directions on the back of the violation notice to either pay or contest your ticket. For more information, you can call the Department of Finance at 312-744-PARK or visit their website.

If you think your car has been towed our of a construction zone or on a snow day, visit the Department of Finance website to track your vehicle.


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Department of Finance

Department of Administrative Hearings

Search for Parking Tickets

Towed & Relocated Vehicle Information

Metered Parking


Chicago’s parking meters are operated by LAZ Parking. For a map of parking Pay-N-Display boxes, click here.  There are three LAZ monthly parking lots located in the 32nd Ward at 3120 N. Greenview, 1530 W. Barry and 1635 W. Melrose.  For more information on monthly parking, click here.


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LAZ website

Map of Parking Pay-N-Display boxes

Rates & Hours

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Water & Sewer Services

MeterSave Program

MeterSave is a program offered by the City of Chicago Department of Water Management (DWM) to install water meters in residences to help save water and money. For more information, visit www.metersave.org or call (312) 744-4426.

Senior Citizen Sewer Rebates

Rebates on water bills are available to residents 65 years of age or older. You must own and occupy the property to receive the rebate. There are two types of rebates, depending on whether you have a separate water bill or share a meter with other units:

01. Senior Citizen Water Exemption

If you have your own water meter and receive a water bill solely addressed to you, you may apply for the Water Department Senior Citizen Exemption. This will exempt you from future sewer charges on your water bill. Only buildings zoned as single family homes (and townhomes with individual water meters) qualify for the senior citizen exemption; buildings with 2 units, even if used as a single family home, do not qualify for either the exemption or the rebate.

To be eligible for the sewer service charge exemption, fill out the complete application here. More information is available on the Department of Finance’s website.

02. Senior Citizen Sewer Charge Refund

If you share a water meter and pay a water bill in conjunction with other units in your building or complex, you may apply for the Senior Citizen Sewer Charge Refund from the Department of Finance. The amount of the refund is $50.00 per calendar year. The rebate program only applies to condos, townhomes, and co-ops. You must file for this refund on an annual basis. Fill out the complete application here. More information is available on the Department of Finance’s website.

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Street Sweeping Map

Street sweeping starts April 1st and ends in November. Watch for orange sweeping signs on your block for vehicle removal.  Print a copy of the sweeping map and keep it handy and share it with your neighbors.

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Department of Streets & Sanitation – Street Sweeping Information

© 2020 by 32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack.

2657 N. Clybourn, Chicago, IL 60618

Tel: 773-248-1330

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
9 am until 6 pm

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