As the principal planning agency for the City of Chicago, the Department of Planning and Development (DPD) promotes the comprehensive growth and sustainability of the City and its neighborhoods. The department also oversees the City’s zoning and land use policies and, through its economic development and housing bureaus, employs a variety of resources to encourage business and real estate development, as well as a diverse and stable housing stock throughout the City.

Active Planning Processes

Mayor Emanuel's Industrial Corridor Modernization Initiative
Citywide

Environmental Review of Jackson Park Improvements
Woodlawn and Hyde Park

Current Requests for Proposals, Qualifications and Information

Tiny Homes RFI
Due Friday, July 13, 2018

Property Assessed Clean Energy RFP (PDF)
Due Monday, June 11, 2018

Upcoming Events

14th Annual Rents Rights Expo
Saturday, June 23, 2018

 Department Main Office

Planning and Development

 Department Facts

 I Want To

 Additional Information

Neighborhood Opportunity Fund

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Neighborhood Opportunity Bonus Initiative

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Chicago Sustainable Development Policy