Kishwaukee College can provide parking privileges to expectant mothers who need an
accommodation due to pregnancy.
For pregnant employees and students in their third trimester interested in applying for parking accommodations, visit Illinois Persons with Disabilities Certification for Parking Placard/License Plates and complete the application. The application will be reviewed by the Illinois Secretary
of State’s Office to determine eligibility for a temporary medical disability parking
placard. The decal or device shall be valid for no more than 90 days and shall clearly
set forth the date that the decal or device expires. The decal or device shall be
issued only upon a showing by adequate documentation that the expectant mother has
entered her third trimester. (Public Act 102-0453 HB3027)
For employees and students requesting closer parking due to pregnancy only on the Kishwaukee College Campus, the expectant mother must provide the following information to the Kishwaukee College
Security Office, C2177, for review by the Director of Safety and Security:
- Written request for the short-term parking accommodation
- Doctor’s note requesting the medical need
- Completion of the temporary parking permit form
Once provided, the Kishwaukee temporary parking decal is only valid in the following
- The driver who applied for the decal must be the driver of the vehicle.
- The Kishwaukee College temporary decal must be visible to the College’s on-campus
- The temporary decal is only valid when parking in a disability spot in the Kishwaukee College parking lot at
21193 Malta Road, Malta, IL.
- The temporary decal is only valid during the time frame stated on the form submitted to on-campus security and
on the decal.
Any violations of the above conditions are subject to the code violation of “Unauthorized
use of parking places reserved for persons with disabilities 625ILCS 5/11-1301.3”
and may be enforced by our on-campus security, the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.