The Chicago Community Land Trust (CCLT) was founded in 2006 to address the increasingly limited supply of funding for affordable housing. The goal of the CCLT is to preserve the long-term affordability of homes created through City programs and maintain a permanent pool of homeownership opportunities for working families.
The CCLT is a non-profit corporation, with a board of directors that is appointed by the Mayor with Chicago City Council consent. Meetings are held at City Hall, 121 N. La Salle St., #1003A. The Land Trust operates citywide and is administered and staffed by the Chicago Department of Planning and Development. Once the CCLT acquires 200 homes, one-third of the Board will consist of CCLT homeowners.
Bruce Gottschall, President
Edward H. Jacob
The CCLT Board meets on the first Thursday of every other month for 2014.
Committees of the Board meet in Room 1006-C at City Hall:
|Finance Committee||4th Thurs. of Jan., April, July and Oct.|
|Homebuyer Resource and Marketing Committee||4th Tues. of odd months|
|Projects Committee||4th Fri. of odd months|