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‘Mobile City Hall’ Brings City Stickers, Parking Permits, Dog Licenses And More To The Neighborhoods This Summer

A new initiative from the City Clerk's office aims to make it easier for Chicago residents to handle their business.

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WASHINGTON PARK — Need a residential parking permit but can’t run Downtown? Don’t worry, let City Hall come to you.

A new initiative called Mobile City Hall from City Clerk Anna Valencia will visit neighborhoods across the city from now through October.

In addition to residential permits, residents will be able to buy city stickers, dog licenses, apply for CityKeys and learn more about the Chicago Rx program.

Residents will also be able to hear more about city agencies like Animal Care and Control and the Chicago Housing Authority.

Next up: Mobile City Hall will be making a stop at the Washington Park Refectory, 5531 Russell Dr., from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday.

The CHI 311 Community Engagement team will be on hand to give information to residents about improvements to the 311 system, such as the new mobile app, website and other features.

Mobile City Hall’s June and July schedule can be found here, with dates for August, September, and October to be announced in the coming weeks.

Chicago isn’t the first city to have a city hall on wheels; that distinction goes to Boston, where “City Hall To Go” was launched in 2012.