Parking on Non-Hydrant Side of Street Only

Park on the Safe Side of the Street

Attention Flossmoor: Be on the Safe Side. New Parking Regulations Begin October 1, 2015.

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Tod Kamleiter
Deputy Police Chief
Phone: 708.957.4500
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Reminder to Flossmoor residents that parking is restricted to one side of residential streets, the safe side opposite of fire hydrants. Additionally, there is no parking on any Village street from 3 to 6 a.m., except with special pre-approval from the Police Department. Parking is also restricted on all Village streets after 2 inches of snowfall to allow for snow removal. With regard to the limitation of parking on the non-hydrant side of the street, keep in mind the following:

  • School zone parking are still in effect. Those areas signed around Western Avenue, Heather Hill and Flossmoor Hills Schools continue to operate with the signage that is established to accommodate school drop off and pick up. Therefore, parking is allowed on the hydrant side of the street per that signage.
  • Parking around churches and parks is still regulated by today's regulations and any signage that exists.
  • There are several streets in the center of the Village that have time limit parking to dissuade commuters from parking on Village streets all day. That time limit parking still applies. However, there is no parking on the hydrant side of those streets, and the time limit regulation is in effect on the non-hydrant side.
  • Private streets like Hampton Court, Pembrook Court, Acorn Lane, Dundonald Road, the Chestnut Hill subdivision, the Baythorne subdivision, Butterfield Circle, Huntington Court, and Gianna Dr. are not impacted by the current regulations.

Read staff report to the Board on explanation for new regulation. (PDF)

Parking Ordinance Map (6-25-15)