CHICAGO (STMW) – New 2011-2012 Chicago vehicle stickers will be available beginning Wednesday morning at all City Clerk and Dept. of Revenue offices, along with more than 400 vendors throughout the city.

Last year’s 2010-2011 vehicle stickers expire on June 30, the City Clerk’s office said in a press release. Drivers are provided a 15-day grace period before city sticker enforcement begins on July 16.

Failure to display a sticker by July 15 could result in a $120 fine, the clerk’s office said.

While in-person sales begin tomorrow, city stickers have been available online at since May 16.

“With nearly 1.3 million people renewing their vehicle stickers during this six-week period, I strongly encourage people to avoid the heavy lines and buy their stickers online,” City Clerk Susana Mendoza said in the release.

Online city sticker sales opened two weeks ago and to date more than 77,000 have been sold, the release said.

Annual vehicle stickers, residential zone parking and daily guest pass prices remain unchanged from last year, the release said. Vehicle stickers are $75 for a passenger vehicle and $120 for a large passenger vehicle. Annual residential parking is $25 and a set of 15 daily guest passes is $8. Senior citizens are eligible for one reduced-rate vehicle sticker for $30.

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