Moving Box Delivery in Oak Park, IL

Moving Tips for Oak Park Illinois Parking your moving truck in Oak Park? If you live on a street with parking restrictions, such as permit-only parking or parking meters, and you need to ensure space is available when your mover’s truck arrives, you will need to apply for a Right of Way (ROW) Obstruction Permit. The Building & Property Standard BPS Department in Village Hall, 123 Madison St., issues permits from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. If approved, your permit could cost $8 per parking space per day. Apply for all Permits needed at least one week prior to your scheduled moving date in Oak Park. For more information on parking a mover’s truck, call 708.358.7275. If the mover’s truck needs to park on the street overnight, a pass is required.

Donation Drop Off Locations Oak Park Illinois:




Salvation Army Thrift Store
 6536 Roosevelt Rd Oak Park, IL 60304
(708) 848-1181
The Brown Elephant
 217 Harrison St Oak Park, IL 60304
(708) 445-0612
Tip:  The Brown Elephant does not accept any mattresses or broken electronics.
St. Giles – Clothing Drop Off Bins
1045 N. Columbian, Oak Park IL 60302

List of All Clothing Drop Off Bins – Oak Park IL

Go-lo Gas
330 W Chicago Ave
Oak Park, IL 60302

100 Chicago Ave
Oak Park, IL 60302

Village Laundromat
14 W Chicago Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302

Mohr Strip Mall
1137 Garfield
Oak Park, IL 60304

Little Leaders Of Tomorrow (indoor Bin)
5817 West Corcoran Pl
Chicago, IL 60644

Tasty Gyros
5945 West Division St
Chicago, IL 60651

Pleasant Ridge Church
116 S Central Ave
Chicago, IL 60644

6119 W North Ave
Oak Park, IL 60302

Citgo Gas Station
1201 N Central Ave
Chicago, IL 60651

Minute Wash
5825 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60639

Oak Park, Illinois is a suburb bordering the west side of the City of Chicago in Cook County. Oak Park has a population of nearly 53,000, with more than 23,000 households and about 13,000 family households. The median household income range in Oak Park is almost $80,000, and the median home value is about $350,000.
Oak Park has the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residential properties in the world which are joined by over 40 galleries, studios and antique shops showcasing the works of local artisans, clustered in pockets throughout the Village. In addition to being Ernest Hemingway’s birthplace home and boyhood home, other attractions include the three Oak Park homes of Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs.