Vehicle owners living within Chicago are required to buy the stickers, and the revenue is used to pay for the repair and maintenance of city streets, according to Anna Valencia, Chicago's city clerk.
Valencia is partnering with Ald. Matt O'Shea (19th) to sell the stickers at the park at 9625 S. Longwood Drive. Drivers are asked to bring the renewal notice they received in the mail or the state vehicle registration card for the vehicle, which includes license plate information along with the make, model and vehicle identification number.
City stickers cost $45.89 for a motorcycle, $86.69 for a vehicle weighing 4,500 pounds or less, $137.69 for a vehicle weighting more than 4,501 pounds, $203.98 for a pickup truck and $458.95 for a large truck or vehicle weighing 16,001 pounds or more.
Cash payments will not be accepted at the park. Residents are asked to pay with a credit card, check or money order. For new residents, city stickers must be bought within 30 days of moving into the city to avoid late fees and fines.