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Montrose Harbor Paid Parking Meters Could Help City Turn Profit For First Time In Disastrous Parking Deal’s History, Officials Say

Pay-to-park meters are being installed at two of Montrose Harbor's most popular attractions, as well as in several parts of Lincoln Park.

Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park

Lincoln Square Lot Would Be Great For Affordable Housing, Some Neighbors Say — But Others Want To Keep The Parking Spaces

The city-owned lot at 4715 N. Western Ave. is one of the main metered parking areas serving the prime Lincoln Square commercial area. A previous proposal to build on the lot didn't go through.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Coronavirus Ticket Amnesty Is Over For Street Sweeping, City Stickers — Here’s How To Get Yours And Avoid A Ticket

If you park on a residential block, you must renew your city sticker before July 16.

Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town

Parking Tickets Won’t Stop During COVID-19 Crisis After All, So Keep Feeding The Meter

Cars parked at expired meters with no other violations wouldn't be ticketed, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said last week. But it's happening anyway, Chicagoans say.