It’s not “Chicago Parking Enforcement”, It’s “Chicago Revenue”. They don’t even try and hide it!
Valet Etiquette We have all been there. You’re late to a nice Saturday night dinner in the city and your parking options are limited. The only choice is the valet in the front. You approach the busy lot and put your car in park. You fumble around to get all of your stuff together and […]
Chicago’s recent parking meter rise makes them the highest in the nation. There have been thousands of complaint tweets on twitter. There’s been moans and groans, and I’ve been guilty of both! It sucks to have to pay more for parking. It’s more than annoying, and with the deal the city received it can be […]
Grush Hour is a parking blog written by Ben Grush Founder of Skymeter Corp. They offer an interesting parking service which allows for the convenience of paying for parking usage monthly. Their systems monitor how much time your vehicle is parked in a certain space, and charges accordingly. The hassle of searching for coins and […]
Chicago residential parking can be a ‘sticky’ situation. In late 2010, the City of Chicago decided to end their contract with SecureMark Decal Company despite having 4 years remaining on their existing contract. The reason, over 77,000 defective residential parking permits that didn’t stick. If you are one of the people who have come across […]
Two years ago metered street parking in the Loop, was $3 per hour and as little as 25 cents an hour for some neighborhoods. The recent increases make street parking in the loop $5 an hour. There are three zones for Chicago parking meters. These are the new rates Zone 1 – Chicago Loop -$5 […]