Have a project that that will help build a stronger commercial corridor in your neighborhood?
The Neighborhood Opportunity Fund generates revenue from downtown developments to finance commercial and cultural projects in our neighborhoods lacking private investment.
Mayor Emanuel announced Building on Burnham, a comprehensive strategy to invest in Chicago’s waterfronts, parks and neighborhoods.
The plan builds on Daniel Burnham’s vision to bring more open spaces and recreational assets to residents in every neighborhood.
|Apr 25, 2017||Statement from Mayor Emanuel on the Passing of Martha Lavey|
|Apr 25, 2017||Statement from Mayor Emanuel|
|Apr 25, 2017||Statement from Mayor Emanuel on 2017 US News and World Report Ranking 7 CPS Schools Among Top 10 in the State|
|Apr 25, 2017||Mayor Emanuel Announces Jewel-Osco is Coming to Woodlawn|
|Apr 24, 2017||Chicagoans Reduce Disposable Bag Use by Over 40 Percent Since Implementation of Checkout Bag Tax|
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|Apr 25, 2017||May Board Meeting Re-Scheduled|
|Apr 24, 2017||CDPH Raises Awareness for Whooping Cough Prevention and Expanded Vaccination Opportunities|
|Apr 21, 2017||Outstanding Emergency Operations Personnel Honored During 9-1-1 Education Month|
|Apr 21, 2017||Mayor Emanuel, Mayor De Blasio, Mayor Garcetti, Mayor Kenney and Mayor Walsh File New Legal Briefs Against President Trump's Travel Ban As Court Cases Proceed|
|Apr 21, 2017||Chicago’s Fourth Annual “Divvy Week” to Kick Off on Earth Day|
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