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Welcome to Logan Square!

The Logan Square Chamber of Commerce is an association of over 150 local businesses including restaurants, retailers, doctors, lawyers, beauty salons, realtors etc. As a delegate agency of the City of Chicago, we help existing business owners achieve success, advocate for community improvements and encourage new businesses to locate in our community. Read more about the Chamber and how to contact us.

Logan Square Chamber Networking With Bernie

Monday, September 8th 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Letizia's Fiore
2456 N. California

We have an awesome structured networking forum!
Business building skills & progressing networking are presented.
Leads, Referrals & Power Partners
This allows everyone a chance for great connections.
Excellent transportation & free off street parking.
Cafe has delicious homemade food for purchase
Our sponsors: Letizia's Fiore, Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, Networking With Bernie
This is a FREE event. However, the cafe is sponsoring the space, you must purchase an item for admittance!

Register HERE

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The 2014 Outdoor Farmers Market Runs Every Sunday Through October 26th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

The Outdoor Farmers Market will run every Sunday from May 18th through October 26th. The hours are 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

The Market will take place on Logan Boulevard from Milwaukee Avenue to Whipple Street.

Food! Music! Entertainment! Socializing! Fun!

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CTA Blue Line Service Improvements

Big improvements are in store for the more than 80,000 daily riders of the CTA’s Blue Line O’Hare branch. Among the benefits of the 4-year, $492-million project, we're upgrading stations, track and infrastructure.
As we upgrade the Blue Line, we'll do our best to limit inconveniences. You'll will see temporary station closures and delays overnight and on weekends.
See the latest information on service changes, and sign up for CTA Updates or follow us on Twitter at @cta to stay up-to-speed on work that might affect your trip.

e-mail updatessignup for e-mail updates about upcoming work

If you have any questions or concerns about the work activity, please call: CTA Government and Community Relations Officer Jeff Wilson at 312-17-0346 or email him at jwilson@transitchicago.com.

The California station will close for 42 days on Sept. 4 and will reopen Oct. 16. Damen, meanwhile, will close for 63 days on Oct. 20 and will reopen Dec. 22.

The California station will be closed for up to six weeks.
• Construction to improve the stationhouse and the platform will occur.
• Work will occur weekdays and weekends for the duration of the
project, including daytime, nighttime, and some overnight work hours.
• There will be some restricted street and sidewalk access at times
while the work is being performed.
• Nighttime street closures may occur at times while work is being
performed.
• “No Parking” restrictions will be in effect.
• There will be some noise while the work is being performed.
• #52 Kedzie/Californa buses will be rerouted periodically at night and
on weekends.

To accommodate for the closures, CTA will run extra bus service during rush hour periods on Milwaukee Avenue, including owl service overnight to connect the closest stations

Permit for Garage/Yard Sale

Garage and yard sales are a great way to get rid of extra items after your annual spring cleaning. They're also a great way to get to know your neighbors.

Before you plan yours, make sure you apply for a permit. Call your Alderman's office with questions. They're happy to help!

Click here for more information and application.

Street Cleaning Starts April 1st

Please check street cleaning signs so you don't get a $50 ticket.

The entire schedule for the next 6 months, along with the map can be found < href="https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/streets/provdrs/streets_san/svcs/street_sweeping.html">here.

Street Cleaning Maps use old ward boundaries.

2014 Sidewalk Cafe Season Applications Available

The 2014 Sidewalk Café Season begins on March 1st. Sidewalk Café Permits have a nine-month term and must be applied for and issued every year. Businesses with a valid Retail Food Establishment License may apply for a Sidewalk Cafe Permit to serve food outside their restaurant on city sidewalks. Applicants intending to serve liquor at a Sidewalk Cafe must have a valid Liquor License pursuant to Chapter 4-60 of the Municipal Code of the City of Chicago. Completed applications may be submitted via mail, or in person, to our Small Business Center in City Hall, Room 800, 121 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60602. For more detailed information related to our Sidewalk Cafe Program, other Public Way Use Permits, or any of the aforementioned required business licenses, please call 312-74-GOBIZ (744-6249) or go to our website at www.cityofchicago.org/bacp.

Any questions regarding accessibility compliance please call the Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities at 312-744-4441 or go to their website at www.cityofchicago.orgmopd. The entire Sidewalk Cafe Permit application process may take 30 – 45 days. The Sidewalk Cafe Permit annual, non-refundable, fee varies depending on the size and location of the Sidewalk Café, After your application is approved and introduced to City Council, your fee will be calculated. So please do NOT include any payment with your application submission.

For detailed information visit Sidewalk Café Application Information Package.

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Pharmaceutical Disposal Drop Boxes Now Available in All Chicago Police Stations

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) in partnership with the Chicago Police Department (CPD) announced that its pharmaceutical disposal drop box program is now available at all Chicago police stations to allow citywide accessibility for the proper disposal of expired and unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

Available 24 hours a day year-round, Chicago's pharmaceutical disposal program offers residents a convenient and environmentally friendly alternative to flushing medicines into the waste water stream or placing them in municipal landfills. The main goals of the program are to help avoid unintended use, reduce or prevent recreational pharmaceutical use and to keep contaminants out of Chicago's public waterways. By using the police facilities as a drop-off location, controlled substances can be deposited safely and destroyed under the observation of sworn law enforcement officials. Please remove all labels from bottles or boxes before depositing in the drop box.

The police stations in the Logan Square Area are:
14th District Police Station - 2150 N. California Av.
25th District Police Station - 5555 W. Grand Av.