A required City of Evanston vehicle sticker will cost you 50 percent more if you haven’t bought it by Jan. 10.

Stickers and residential parking permits are on sale at the Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave.

A required City of Evanston vehicle sticker will cost you 50 percent more if you haven’t bought it by Jan. 10.

Stickers and residential parking permits are on sale at the Civic Center, 2100 Ridge Ave.

City of Evanston ordinance requires all vehicles registered to Evanston
addresses to properly display valid City vehicle stickers.

Until January 10 the fee for a passenger car sticker is $60.

The penalty for not obtaining or displaying a sticker is $50 plus
a $20 additional penalty if the fine is not paid within 10 days.

City offices selling the stickers will be open on Saturday,
Jan. 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and until 7 p.m. on the evenings of
Tuesday through Thursday, Jan. 3 through 5 and Monday, Jan. 9.

Residents age 65 and over are eligible for a 50 percent discount on their vehicle stickers if they are single with an annual income of $30,000
or less or married with joint income of $50,000 or less.

Seniors must bring copies of their 2004 tax returns or other
verifications of income to qualify.

Seniors who obtained discount cards in 2004 or 2005 may use them to
purchase their 2006 stickers.

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1 Comment

  1. Vehicle Stickers
    What the heck do you get for this sticker? The privilege of parking on Evanston Streets?! The 50% in addition fine is absolute crap. It’s not a fair way to treat your citizens; at least allow to March 1st or something. It is expensive to live here, with vehicle registrations and taxes etc. Even Jessee White gives you a couple of months to pay registration – I thought for sure the town of Evanston would give you more than 11 days to get a new sticker. I just realised I am late. I was checking because I knew I probably had to do it soon and would have got one in the next week or two.

    I just strongly feel this is not a fair way to treat your residents. (And I do wonder -what DO you get for this $90?

    Karen Phillips

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