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).
Citizen Reporting
Provide us with details of incidents that do not require an immediate police response. We will review the details and act accordingly.

*** OVERNIGHT PARKING PERMISSION REQUESTS ***

 Requests must be received prior to 2:00 a.m. cutoff. 

 Overnight parking is limited to three (3) requests within a thirty (30) day period.  Attempts to "game" the system for additional nights will result in   permission being denied and a citation being issued.

 Overnight parking will not be granted when there is two inches or more of snow fall.

 THIS DOES NOT RELIEVE REQUESTORS FROM COMPLYING WITH OTHER VILLAGE REGULATIONS WHEN USING THIS SYSTEM.

 

*** VACATION WATCH REQUESTS ***

Vacation watch house checks are considered only when the home is vacant for a minimum of three days, and a maximum of thirty days per watch. If someone is staying at the premises in the homeowner’s absence, this is not considered eligible for a vacation watch request. In addition, apartment buildings, condominiums, and houses that are for sale are not eligible for the vacation watch program.

In the event you will be on vacation for an extended period of time (in excess of 30 days), you must call the Roselle Police Department to obtain approval for an extended vacation watch. 

Submitting this request does not remove your responsibility as a homeowner from making every attempt to protect your property while you are away (securing doors/windows, lights on timers, stopping mail/newspaper service, etc.). Also, keep in mind that the Roselle Police Department will make every effort to check your property, as priority calls or call volume allows.

 

If this is an emergency, please call 911