Chicago sets no-fee vehicle stickers for Veterans

The Chicago City Council voted to pass and codify the City Clerk’s No-Fee Veterans City Sticker pilot into a permanent program that now also includes small trucks. Those who have a Veteran designation on their Illinois Driver’s License or Illinois State ID are eligible to receive a free Vehicle City Sticker.

Veterans with ex-Prisoner of War, Purple-Heart Recipient, I-Served and Disabled Veteran license plates have historically qualified for a free city sticker. In 2018, the Office of the City Clerk expanded the program to include Veterans with a veteran designation on their Illinois State ID or Driver’s License to also receive a No Fee Veteran City Sticker at no cost. The City Clerk’s proposed ordinance now includes eligible Small Trucks and making this a permanent City Sticker option.

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