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Phone: 773-395-0143 Fax: 773-395-0146 Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm


Parking Tickets

The Department of Revenue allows you to search for and view your parking or red light tickets online. You can search by: License Plate, Notice Number, Drivers License Number, or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
 
Parking and Red Light Ticket Payment Plan
General Payment Plan I 
1.  A 6-month payment plan for motorists with $500 or less worth of parking or red-light ticket debt.
2.  A deposit of 50% of the ticket debt is required.
3.  Pay all outstanding boot, tow, tamper and storage fees.
 
General Payment Plan II 
1.  Requires a deposit of $500 or 25% of the parking or red-light ticket debt, whichever is greater. 
2.  Payments can be made over 1 year.
3.  Pay all outstanding boot, tow, tamper and storage fees.
Some plans may be eligible for an expanded duration of up to three years should monthly payments be over $100 when calculated for a twelve month term.
 
Booted Vehicle Payment Plan 
1.  If your vehicle has been booted, and you would like to enter into a payment plan, participation requires a deposit of $750 or 50% of the parking ticket debt, whichever is greater. Payments can be made over 1 year.
2.  Pay all outstanding boot, tow, tamper and storage fees.
 
Hardship Payment Plan
1.  Make a deposit of $250 or 25% of your parking or red-light ticket debt whichever is less.
2.  Pay all outstanding boot, tow, tamper and storage fees if you have been booted and/or towed. 
3.  Show certification of any of the following programs or classifications: 
o        Government Issued Unemployment Compensation
o        Low income home energy assistance program (LIHEAP)
o        Federal Public Housing/ Section 8
o        Food Stamps 
o        Students (high school, college, trade or vocational) including students who have graduated within the last 180 days
o        Seniors (65 and older)
o        Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
o        On active military duty, including reservists and national guard, or been discharged from the military in the last 180 days 
o        Homeowners in foreclosure 
o        Participants in the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Program information available on-line www.hhs.gov
o        Participants in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Program information available on-line at www.usda.gov;
o        Persons who have claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EIC) on their state or federal income tax returns in the current year. Program information available on-line at www.irs.gov; and 
o        Persons receiving worker’s compensation income benefits. Program information available on-line at www.iwcc.il.gov.
 
If you are interested in participating in a City of Chicago Parking and Red-light Ticket Payment Plan, please call: 312-604-7100 
 


 
		
		

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Alderman Roberto Maldonado's Ward Office
2511 West Division
Chicago, Illinois 60622

Phone: 773-395-0143
Fax: 773-395-0146


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