Parking in Park Ridge

 

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 The following are designated Parking Holidays:

  New Year's Day, January 1
  Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., third Monday in January
  Washington’s Birthday, third Monday in February
  Memorial Day, last Monday in May
  Independence Day, July 4
  Labor Day, first Monday in September
  Columbus Day, second Monday of October
  Veterans Day, November 11
  Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday in November
  Christmas Day, December 25
 
Parking Permits

The City sells six-month parking permits at the Cashier’s Desk at City Hall in June (for permits valid July 1- December 31) and in December (for permits valid January 1- June 30). Call 847-318-6015 or email parking@parkridge.us for more information.

Permits are sold for the following lots:

Touhy Triangle Lot, next to the train station $350 for six months
Uptown Court, between Washington, Northwest Hwy and Touhy $200 for six months
Central Lot, west of the Library $350 for six months
Main Street, from Touhy to Prairie $350 for six months
Summit Ave, north side from Ridge to Euclid $350 for six months

 

 

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