Vehicle Sticker Purchase Deadline February 15th

All vehicles registered to a Melrose Park address must have a sticker purchased and displayed by the deadline, which is February 15, 2016Here are your two options to purchase a vehicle sticker(s):


The easiest option is to click on the vehicle sticker seen at the left and you will
be directed to a 2016 vehicle sticker application form to fill out and pay on-line.

****2.99% on-line processing fee + $3 per sticker (in most cases the fee is less than $5)

Melrose Park Civic Center – 1st floor Mayor’s Office – 1000 N. 25th Avenue
Open: M-F: 9:00 AM 5:00 PM Closed: Sat. and Sun.

OR You can purchase 2016 Vehicle Stickers at the following 2 locations:

- Melrose Village Currency Exchange at 2225 W North Ave Unit J
    Hours: 24 Hours M-F; 8:00am-Sat. 6:00pm; Sun. 10:00am-5:00pm

- Melrose Currency Exchange at 130 Broadway Ave
    Hours: M-Th. 8:30am-6:00pm; Fri. 8:30am-7:00pm; Sat. 8:30am -1:00pm; Closed Sun.

****There will be a $5  currency exchange fee per sticker (including the no charge seniors sticker).

Click to Read About Senior Sticker Discount & Vehicle Sticker Fee Chart

Snow Route Parking Restrictions Are In Effect

Help Our Village Snow Plows By Moving Your Vehicle!

If you live on the following snow routes please move your vehicles when there is two inches or more of snow on the ground or they may be towed. The ban remains in effect until the snow is cleared on that particular street. Thank you for your cooperation.

  • Armitage Avenue
  • George Street
  • Division/Carson
  • Main Street
  • Riverwoods Drive
  • 9th Avenue
  • 15th Avenue
  • 19th Avenue
  • and the Industrial Area

New Parking Regulations In Effect Now-Please Read

vehicleEffective immediately; 1) Parking is no longer permitted on both sides of the street on weekends; 2) Overnight parking restrictions remain the same in the west Melrose and Winston Park areas; 3) Parking is only allowed on designated sides of the street depending on the day of the week as indicated on notice signs posted throughout the community. Parking laws will be enforced and violators will be ticketed.

Bike and Walking Facilities Being Planned for Melrose Park

Walking-Bike-Explore-Logo (1)The village of Melrose Park is one of three suburban Cook County communities to receive a Healthy HotSpot Technical Assistance Grant from Active

Transportation Alliance. The grant will provide the village with free planning services to develop a village wide Active Transportation Plan. This forward-thinking initiative will create a framework for a safe and accessible network of streets that connect cyclists and pedestrians to destinations, with the goal of creating a healthier lifestyle for all residents. Read more Bike and Walking Facilities Being Planned for Melrose Park