The City of Chicago Property Tax Rebate Program provides working- and middle-class families and seniors some property tax relief through a City-funded rebate. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago City Council are implementing this rebate program to offset the property tax increase needed to fund the pensions of our first responders.
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.
|Dec 6, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Joins Senator Durbin and Congressman Gutierrez in Launching the New "Chicago Is With You" Task Force|
|Dec 5, 2016||New Year-Round Theater On The Lake Cultural Facility|
|Dec 4, 2016||Mayor Emanuel, Chicago Park District Join Community Members to Open Eleanor Boat House in Bridgeport|
|Dec 2, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Creates Legal Protection Fund with National Immigrant Protection Center, Pledges $1 Million to Start the Fund|
|Dec 1, 2016||Statement from Mayor Emanuel on Governor Rauner's Veto of S.B. 2822|
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|Dec 5, 2016||Mayor Emanuel Launches Next Phase Of Comprehensive Mentoring Initiative Through An RFP To Reach 1,000 Additional Youth|
|Dec 1, 2016||CDPH releases annual HIV/STI Surveillance Report outlining city’s continued progress in reducing HIV transmission|
|Dec 1, 2016||Deputy Mayor Zopp Joins CDOT For Celebration Of Greencorps Chicago Job Training Program Graduation|
|Dec 1, 2016||December Board Meeting Rescheduled|
|Nov 29, 2016||Property Tax Rebate Program Extended To Friday, December 30|
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