Monday, February 25, 2013
An independent study by Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is evaluating Hinsdale's parking system and how its existing stock of spaces can be most efficiently managed.
A study of downtown Hinsdale's parking system is underway, and Village of Hinsdale staff want residents to weigh in. The independent study of current parking practices in the village is being carried out by Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), which awarded Hinsdale technical assistance to conduct the study last October. Hinsdale director of community development Tim Scott said in November the study is expected to take 10-11 months to complete. The study is not for the purposes of recommending any new parking spaces or structures. "The idea is how do we best manage our existing supply," Scott said, noting the number of parking zones and time restrictions that go with them as things that are fair game. Having CMAP carry out …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Commuters will not be able to park on Burlington between Prospect and the mid-track pedestrian crossing due to railroad construction work.
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Thursday, April 5, 2012
The following is a release from the Village of Clarendon Hills: Commuter parking along Burlington Avenue will be restricted Friday, April 6, as a result of scheduled BNSF construction work. No parking will be allowed along Burlington Avenue between Prospect Avenue and the mid-track pedestrian crossing. Commuters will be allowed to park in the time-limited parking spaces located east of the pedestrian crossing, and commuter parking spaces further east along the track will be available. BNSF construction crews will be removing the existing utility poles in the area. Parking is restricted to ensure the safety of pedestrians and property. In addition, the Prospect Avenue railroad crossing may be closed intermittent brief periods in order to …
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Business owners, contractors and downtown permit parkers will pay a penalty if they do not renew their licenses within 30 days of the due date.
If you're a Clarendon Hills contractor, business owner or home-based businesses, don't forget to renew your license by Jan. 1. Special permits also are required for businesses that have outdoor seating and decorations on the public sidewalk next to the business. If you have not received a business license application, please call the village hall at 630-286-5400. The penalty for not renewing your license within 30 days of the due date is half the original fee. Blue Dot parking permits for Clarendon Hills central business district employees also are due by Jan. 1. Please visit the village's website at www.clarendonhills.us/bludots.cfm or call 630-286-5401 for an application or more information.