Sales of the 2021-22 Village of Park Forest vehicle sticker begin Monday, March 1. Vehicle stickers may be purchased at Village Hall, online, or by mail.
Vehicle stickers must be purchased and properly displayed on all vehicles registered in the Village of Park Forest by the end of the business day on April 30, 2021 to avoid late fees and fines. A late fee of $25 will be assessed to all vehicle sticker purchases made on or after May 1. A late fee of $50 will be assessed to all vehicle sticker purchases made on or after August 1.
To purchase your vehicle sticker in-person:
- Visit Village Hall during the following hours: Monday - 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Tuesday through Friday - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Fill out the application available at the Customer Service window on the first floor. Submit your completed application along with payment and receive your sticker immediately. To expedite the process, be sure to avoid waiting until the final days leading up to the April 30 deadline due to increased wait times. To further reduce your wait, download the application and bring the completed application in to Village Hall with you.
- For your convenience, you may also purchase your vehicle sticker at the Park Forest Currency Exchange located at 98 S. Orchard Drive.
Who should purchase a vehicle sticker
Vehicle stickers must be displayed on every vehicle registered in the Village of Park Forest prior to May 1, even if that vehicle is not located in the Village. Vehicles not displaying the correct vehicle sticker prior to May 1 are subject to late fees and fines. Vehicles must display a current Village of Park Forest sticker:
* Within 30 days of a new resident moving into the Village
* Within 30 days of purchasing a vehicle (as soon as you receive the plates)
* If the vehicle is registered with the State of Illinois with a Park Forest address
To view vehicle sticker and animal registration rates, click here: Vehicle sticker and animal registration rates
About the 2021-2022 Park Forest vehicle sticker design
The Village of Park Forest believes that civility and decency should not be the goal but instead the standard. In recent times, public discourse across the country has at times eroded and challenged the very strength that makes our communities unique and special places: our differences. Park Forest urges all members of the community in 2021 to actively aspire to reinvigorated civility and neighborliness by remembering the power of togetherness. The 2021-2022 Park Forest vehicle sticker recalls the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'."