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Urban Agriculture FAQ

Interested in growing food for sale in the City of Chicago? Thinking about starting a community garden? Recently adopted changes to the Chicago Zoning Ordinance allow agricultural uses like community gardens and urban farms in many parts of the city. Below is a list of frequently asked questions regarding the rules and regulations that growers should consider when planning an urban agriculture project.

 

 

Bed Bugs

City Council passed an ordinance to help address the problem of bed bugs. The ordinance requires that landlords provide a brochure on bed bugs to tenants when signing a new or renewing an existing lease or other rental agreement.

 

 

Chicago Landscape Ordinance FAQ

FAQs on the Chicago Landscape Ordinance

 

 

Contesting Tickets In-Person (Parking, Red Light and Automated Speed Enforcement)

As a registered owner of a vehicle, you have the right to contest the issuance of a parking, red light and automated speed enforcement ticket. You have seven (7) days from the date of issuance to contest a ticket issued to your vehicle. If you have not responded through payment or a hearing request, you will be mailed a Notice of Violation allowing you fourteen (14) days to request a hearing. At this point, you have the option to contest the ticket either by mail or in person.

 

 

Chicago Sustainable Development Policy Handbook

 

 

Contesting Tickets by Mail (Parking, Red Light and Automated Speed Enforcement)

As a registered owner of a vehicle, you have the right to contest the issuance of a parking, red light and automated speed enforcement ticket. You have seven (7) days from the date of issuance to contest a ticket.

 

 

Immigration Assistance Laws

If you are seeking immigration assistance, here are some things you should know about your rights as a consumer.

 

 

Landfill, Liquid Waste Facility, and/or Transfer Station Permit

Information about who should apply for a Landfill, Liquid Waste Facility, and/or Transfer Station Permit and application forms can be found here.

 

 

Former Carnotite Reduction Company

The ‘Former Carnotite Reduction Company’: Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) has issued 2FM a Radioactive Materials License for the possession and storage of radioactive material located on City property and in the public right-of-way associated with the Former Carnotite Reduction Company.

 

 

Committee on Standards and Tests

This committee of building industry technical professional and City staff meets once a month to review the suitability of new systems and methods of construction, new types of equipment, or new combinations of materials not currently permitted or recognized by the Code.

 

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