Parking Restrictions Return To Lakeview For Cubs 1st Night Game

The first two Cubs’ night games of the 2013 season Tuesday and Wednesday nights will bring even more traffic gridlock and parking chaos in the North Side neighborhoods surrounding the field.

Police and 10 city tow trucks will be out in force starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday evening ticketing and towing cars parked on area residential streets which do not display the residential parking permits or guest passes with the LV-2 or 383 designations. The restrictions continue until 10 p.m.

The parking tickets carry a $50 fine, but drivers will also have to pay $160 to retrieve their car from the auto pound.

“We ask people to watch for parking signs in residential neighborhoods,” said Department of Streets and Sanitation spokeswoman Anne Sheahan. “We don’t want anyone getting parking tickets. Just be respectful of the neighborhood and watch for signs.”

The strict parking restrictions — in an area roughly bordered by Lake Shore Drive to the east, Ravenswood Avenue to the west, Belmont Avenue to the south and Montrose Avenue to the north — will be in effect for 27 Cubs night games this year, and possibly more.

Read more at DNA Info Chicago.

3 Responses to Parking Restrictions Return To Lakeview For Cubs 1st Night Game

  1. Jeff says:

    Parking near Wrigley for a night game? Don’t let this happen to you:

    “DON’T TASE ME, BRO!!…..”


  2. Anon says:

    Suburban Moron…not a surprise.

    But To be honest…fuck the Taser.

    A few slaps with the Bike Lock would have sent a real message.

  3. Jeff says:


    “Rolling Meadows”

    Enuf said.

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