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Temporary Disability Parking Placards

Glendale Heights, IL - Temporary Disability Parking Placards are available at the Village Hall. A Temporary Disability Parking Placard is good only for the length of time certified by a physician, up to a maximum period of six months.

“As a convenience to Glendale Heights residents, the Village has added this public service to assist those in need of temporary parking placards. Temporary Disability Parking Placards are now available through the Administrative Services Department during the Village’s normal business hours,” expresses Linda Jackson, Village President. In order to obtain a Temporary Disability Placard, you must return the "Persons with Disability Certification" form signed by your Physician. Forms are available at the Administrative Service’s counter. You may also download a form by visiting the Secretary of the State’s website at www.cyberdriveillinois.com (click on the "Services" link and then the "Persons with Disabilities" link).

The Village also warns that if any person who knowingly misuses or makes a false or misleading statements on an application can be fined up to $1,000, and may be issued a 30-day driver’s license suspension. Parking Placard must be used by the disabled driver or passenger that it is assigned to.

For more information regarding the Temporary Disability Parking Placard, you may call the Administrative Services Department at 630.260.6000, or contact your nearest Secretary of State Facility or visit www.cyberdriveillinois.com.

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