Chicago overnight winter parking anathema starts Tuesday – Chicago Sun
November 30, 2015 - storage organizer
The annual Chicago overnight winter parking anathema goes into outcome on Tuesday, Dec. 1, and runs by Mar 31, 2016.
The parking anathema will be enforced from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m., and will impact 107 miles of city streets, according to a matter from a Department of Streets and Sanitation.
Those who don’t pierce their cars will face a smallest $150 towing fee; a $60 ticket; and a storage price of $20 a day. Vehicles in defilement of a anathema will be towed to Pound 2, 10301 S. Doty Ave., or Pound 6, 701 N. Sacramento Ave.
Streets and Sanitation officials contend that if drivers violate a ban, that creates it formidable to entirely plow and salt a streets and decreases trade flow,
Signs have been posted via a city, and Streets and Sanitation workers have posted fliers on cars parked on limited streets to remind drivers of a ban, according to a statement.
“During a sleet charge it is vicious that crews are means to plow and salt Chicago’s categorical streets. This helps us revive a city to normal as fast as possible, and ensures that buses can entrance routes to take passengers to work, propagandize and along their daily routines,” Commissioner Charles L. Williams pronounced in a statement.