Parking Dibs is Done: City

Move placeholders from streets or they will be removed, city officials say

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    Alright, Chicago, it's time to put your patio furniture back on your porch and your ironing board back in the closet.

    "Dibs" on parking spaces in city streets officially is over for now, the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation says.

    Now that temperatures are starting to rise and snow is melting, the remaining items holding shoveled parking spots only add clutter to the streets. City officials recommend residents remove them, or they will be removed for you.

    The city thanks you for your patience and cooperation.