Updated: July 17, 2013 6:12AM
Chicago Heights residents must buy their vehicle stickers by July 2 to avoid higher fees.
City vehicle stickers can be bought at City Hall, 1601 Chicago Road, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Vehicle stickers must be applied to the inside of the vehicle’s windshield in the lower right-hand corner. Failure to apply them may result in a ticket for non-display.
Stickers also can be bought by mail or at several locations.
Currency exchanges selling the stickers are at 82 Illinois St.; Wilson Plaza, 403 Lincoln Highway; Olympia Plaza, 157 W. Joe Orr Road; and J P Casa de Cambio, 1900 Chicago Road.
Grocery stores that sell the stickers include Ultra Foods, 571 W. 14th St.; and Heights Fresh Mart, 1657 Chicago Road.
Stickers can be bought using cash, a money order, Visa or MasterCard or a personal check with valid photo identification.
Fees are as follows: Passenger car, $30; seniors 65 and older (two-per-household maximum for passenger cars, with valid vehicle registration and proof of age) $5; veterans (one-passenger-car-per-household limit, valid vehicle registration and DD214 certificate or military ID), $5; B trucks, $30; D trucks, $46; antiques, $10; and motorcycles, $15.
Penalties will be applied on July 3, with no exceptions.
For more information or to report that you no longer own your vehicle or no longer live in the city, call (708) 756-5304.