Over Night Parking

Provide us the details of your vehicle and the location it will be parked over night. We will add your request to our database to ensure a ticket is not given.

Vacation Watch
Provide us the details of your property and the date ranges you will be gone. Once added to our database, your property will be added to our list of vacation watches for officers to check on (time-permitting).
Pet Management
Provide us the details of your pet. Once added to our database, your pet information will be available to the police department in case of lost or stolen.

Disclaimers for Overnight Parking & Vacation Watch Requests:

Parking on village streets when the parking ban for snowfall over two (2) inches is in-effect is prohibited and violators will be ticketed.  If you need to park your vehicle overnight, you must submit your request using the “Submit Now” button. Requests must be received prior to 2 a.m. Overnight parking is limited to 14 times per year per vehicle. All vehicles receiving permission MUST otherwise be parked legally.

LOCATIONS CLEARLY MARKED WITH PARKING RESTRICTIONS MAY STILL BE TICKETED EVEN IF ONLINE OVERNIGHT PARKING PERMISSION IS GRANTED BY THE SYSTEM.  RESIDENTS SHOULD BE AWARE OF THESE RESTRICTIONS PRIOR TO REQUESTING OVERNIGHT PARKING PERMISSION OR CHECK WITH THE VILLAGE OF BROOKFIELD MUNICODE LIBRARY FOR PARKING RESTRICTIONS ON VILLAGE STREETS PER ORDINANCE NOT OTHERWISE POSTED ON SIGNAGE THROUGHOUT THE VILLAGE (https://library.municode.com/il/brookfield/codes/code_of_ordinances).  IF CLARIFICATION IS NEEDED REGARDING PARKING PERMISSION, PLEASE CONTACT THE BROOKFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT AT: 708-485-8131.

By entering your home for a vacation watch, it should be understood that the Brookfield Police Department will make every attempt to periodically check your residence.  Factors such as heavy call volume and/or officer availability, may affect how often your property may be checked. Vacation Watch request does not remove your responsibility as a homeowner from making every attempt to protect your property while

If this is an emergency, please call 911