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Cubs Night Game Tonight, Restrictions Begin At 5

The All-Star Break is over, and the Cubs start off the second half of the season with a night game against the Florida Marlins.

First pitch is at 7:05 PM, but parking restrictions begins at 5 PM.

If you don’t have a proper residential parking permit or RPP guest pass and parked on a side street in Lakeview–you’re going to be ticketed and possibly towed.

We say…stay the heck out of Lakeview if you’re driving.

Cubs Night Game Sunday

Monday, the Cubs and White Sox start their annual rivalry on the South Side.

But Sunday, the Cubs play another American League team, the hated New York Yankees in another night game starting at 7:05 PM.

Remember, this means Wrigley Field night game parking restrictions go into effect starting at 5:00 PM.

Don’t even think of parking on a side street in the LV-2 or 383 RPP zones without a properly zoned RPP sticker or RPP guest pass.

Otherwise, an expensive ticket and a tow is in your future.

Wrigleyville Faces Back To Back To Back Night Games

The Milwaukee Brewers come to the northside starting Monday night (6/13) to play their rival to the south, the Chicago Cubs for three–count’em three night games in a row.

That’s three 7:05 PM back-to-back starts, which means three nights of Wrigley Field night game  parking restrictions in LV-2 and 383 residential permit parking zones. The restrictions kick in at 5 PM and last through 10 PM.

Remember, if you don’t have the proper RPP stickers or passes, you can’t park on residential side streets essentially a mile in every direction from Wrigley Field.