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Beginning May 1, 2014, the Village of Hanover Park began utilizing an adjudication process for the mediation of all parking and local ordinance tickets. If one is a resident of the Village and receives a parking ticket, on the ticket is a hearing date should you wish to be heard in regard to the violation. Hearings are held at the Village Hall, 2121 Lake Street, Room 214. Simply report on the date assigned and check in with the clerk. Please be advised that in accordance with Article XVIII Section 2-744(D)(4), if one is found liable at a hearing then a $100 court fee will be assessed on top of the initial fine of the ticket.
If one is a Non-Resident of the Village the individual may waive their appearance and submit an affidavit stating the facts or reasons for contesting the ticket. These forms may be obtained at the Police Department front desk or available on the Village website and must be submitted or postmarked within 10-days from the date of the violation.
Please be advised that in accordance with Article XVIII Section 2-744(D)(4) if the Adjudicating Judge determines one is liable then a $100 court fee will be assessed on top of the initial fine of the ticket.
Hanover Park prohibits parking overnight on village streets. Overnight parking is allowed on certain streets throughout the village which are posted with signs. For specific locations where parking is allowed, view the maps below.
If one has a computer, smart phone, iPad, or tablet then night parks can be self entered on the Night Parking page. Complete the information as requested. You will need a valid email address to complete the process, as residents will receive a confirmation email providing information and a confirmation number. Residents will need this confirmation in the event that a ticket is issued in error. In the event one does not have a computer or internet access we will be happy to help over the phone by calling us at 630-823-5500.
Overnight parking permission cannot and is not granted on streets designated odd/even parking.
Additionally, if permission is granted, and there is a snowfall of 2-inches or more, the permission is revoked and any vehicle parked on a street is subject to ticketing or tow.
Vehicles may not stop, stand or park a vehicle on any sidewalk or parkway between 7 am to 9 pm Monday to Friday and 9 am to 9 pm on Saturday & Sunday. At no time shall any portion of any parked vehicle extend into any roadway.
It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle on any public street in the village at any time within 24 hours after a snowfall of two inches or more has occurred, except on those streets where late night parking is permitted in section 62-11-1327(b), that within 24 hours after a snowfall of two or more inches vehicles shall be parked only on the side of the street on the day during which late night parking is permitted.
This is needed so the public works department can efficiently and safely clear the roadways and allow the safe flow of traffic on the village roadways. The snow removal of major roadways such as Lake Street, County Farm, Barrington Road and Irving Park are the jurisdiction of the state and/or county.
The Village of Hanover Park maintains three Metra parking lots with a combined 832 spaces. Parking lots are located on Lake Street, Ontarioville Road and Liberty Street. Parking regulations are enforced Monday through Saturday, 24 hours a day. Daily Fee parking is only available at the Lake Street and Ontarioville Road parking lots. The current daily fee rate is $1.75.
Monthly permits may be purchased online or in person at the Finance Department. Daily fee users can pay at the pay stations located at the west end of the train depot, pay online, or download the Passport Parking Application from the Apple App Store or Google Play. If you do not have a smartphone or internet connection, but want to pay for a daily fee by phone, dial 630-581-2445.
Pursuant to Village Ordinance 62-110-6.2.4(a), it is unlawful to park a commercial vehicle in residential districts, except under the conditions stated below in items (1) through (5): No commercial vehicle, having a gross weight in pounds, including vehicle and maximum load, in excess of 8,001 pounds and bearing a class designation other than "B" under the provisions of 625 ILCS 5/15-111, as amended, shall be parked or stored on any residential premises, except when making a delivery or rendering a service at such premises or as listed below. The storage of a commercial vehicle or contractor's equipment at a place of residence shall not constitute the making of a delivery or the rendering of a service and shall be prohibited unless specifically permitted below in this section 6.2.4.