The City of Chicago has created a centralized portal for all City rules and regulations – the first of its kind – that will increase transparency and improve the ease of business. Users can search the City of Chicago Rules and Regulations Portal here.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel presented his 2016 budget proposal to the City Council outlining a plan that will continue a record of reform and investment while taking essential steps to right the city’s financial ship. The full budget speech as prepared for delivery can be viewed here.
|Feb 4, 2016||Mayor Emanuel and Chicago Public Library Welcome Patrons and Materials Home With Fine Amnesty|
|Feb 1, 2016||Statement by Mayor Rahm Emanuel on the Resignation of Alderman Burns and the Process to Select His Replacement|
|Jan 30, 2016||Historic Agreement Reached on $1.3 Billion Infrastructure Plan for O’Hare Airport|
|Jan 29, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Nominates Eugene Jones, Jr. as CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority|
|Jan 29, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Announces Comprehensive Reforms to Improve Crisis Intervention Situations|
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|Feb 5, 2016||Lane To Open At Madison Street At Wabash Early Sunday With Opening Of Eighth Loop Link CTA Bus Platform|
|Feb 5, 2016||Up All Night With The “Beests” at the Chicago Cultural Center|
|Feb 4, 2016||Construction Summit Draws Hundreds of Business Owners Interested In Contracting Opportunities|
|Feb 3, 2016||Disciplinary charges relating to the Koschman homicide investigation filed with the Police Board|
|Feb 3, 2016||New Lobbyist Data Sets|
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Chicago was one of the first municipalities to include public art funding in its requirements for the renovation or construction of municipal buildings, with the passage of the Percentage-for-Arts ordinance in 1978.