Parking restrictions eased for holidays
The overnight parking ban will not be enforced on most Oak Park residential streets during the upcoming holidays. Overnight restrictions will be lifted at 2:30 a.m., Sat., Dec. 22, and resume at 2:30 a.m., Thurs., Jan. 3. Restrictions will remain in effect in overnight permit areas, such as Village-owned lots, on-street enclaves and on-street overnight permit parking zones. All other parking regulations also remain in effect, including all daytime posted restrictions and regulations related to traffic and public safety. For more information call 708.358.5750 or e-mail email@example.com.
Holidays affect Village Hall hours
Oak Park Village Hall, 123 Madison St., will close at noon on Mon., Dec. 24. Municipal offices will remain closed all day Tues., Dec. 25. Village Hall also will be closed all day Tues., Jan. 1. For more information on Village Hall hours, call 708.358.5670 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Information also is posted at www.oak-park.us.
Police non-emergency number offers service during non-business hours
When incidents occur after normal Village Hall business hours that don't quite rise to the level of a 9-1-1 emergency call, residents can call the Police Department non-emergency number 708.386.3800 for assistance.
Garages convenient option for vacation, guest parking
Overnight parking is available in the Holley Court Parking Garage on Ontario Street just east of Harlem Avenue, The Avenue Parking Garage on North Boulevard, just east of Oak Park Avenue and the Lake & Forest Garage on Lake Street at Forest Avenue. Maximum fee is $15 per day. These locations can be a convenient option for vacation or guest parking. For more information on parking in Oak Park, call 708.358.PARK (7275), e-mail email@example.com or visit www.oak-park.us/parking.
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