Tinley Park Vehicle Stickers on Sale April 1

Residents have until June 30 to buy stickers, before an extra fine is tacked on.

Tinley Park residents have from April 1 to June 30 to purchase the 2014–15 vehicle sticker, which pays tribute to the 25th anniversary of the Village’s sister city relationship with Budingen, Germany.

“The sticker displays the actual outer wall of the Castle Budingen, which has been there since 963 A.D,” Village Clerk Patrick E. Rea said. “Tinley Park had citizens from Budingen settle in our town after World War II, and we have had many people-to-people exchanges over the last 25 years, so this year’s vehicle sticker is a fitting tribute to that enduring relationship.”

Stickers must be displayed on any motor vehicle operated by a Tinley Park resident on a public street or highway within the Village. Stickers also must be displayed on any motor vehicle that is not in use, but which is kept or stored within the Village. Leased and company-owned vehicles also are included. 

Residents age 65 or older are eligible for the senior citizens fee upon presentation of a current driver’s license (one discount per driver’s license or state identification).

“Our thanks go out to residents who buy their stickers on time,” Clerk Rea said. “A substantial percentage of the funding from vehicle sticker sales goes to the maintenance of Tinley Park streets.”

Vehicle stickers can be purchased from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at Tinley Park Village Hall, 16250 S. Oak Park Ave.; and 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the Tinley Park Police Department, 7850 W. 183rd St.

Schedule of Fees

·        Passenger auto, van and recreational vehicle: $25 by June 30; $45 after

·        Truck, one ton or less: $35 by June 30; $60 after

·        Truck, more than one ton: $55 by June 30; $95 after

·        Bus or taxi: $40 by June 30; $70 after

·        Motorcycle: $10 by June 30; $20 after

·        Senior citizen passenger auto: $1.50 by June 30; $3 after

·        Transfer fee: $2


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