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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.

Wishing Everyone a Safe and Happy Holiday Season

In Observance of the Holiday Season the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce Office will be closed on Monday, December 25th and Tuesday December 26th regular office hours will resume Wednesday, December 27th.

The Office will be closed Monday, January 1st & Tuesday January 2nd. Regular office hours will resume Wednesday, January 3rd.

Have a Safe and Happy Holiday!

The Farmers Market Will Be Closed Sunday, December 24th and Sunday, December 31st

In order to celebrate the Holidays, the Indoor Farmers Market will be closed Sunday, December 24th and Sunday, December 31st.

We will be back on Sunday, January 7th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm at The Emporium 2363 N. Milwaukee Av.

City of Chicago Christmas Tree Recycling Program, January 9th through January 23rd

Each holiday season we take home over $1 billion dollars worth of fresh cut trees in the U.S. They brighten our homes, infuse the air with merriment, and after a few days or weeks, out they go. By recycling trees, we can salvage their valuable nutrients, conserve landfill space, and give some nutrients back to nature.

This year the City's Christmas Tree Recycling Program will run from January 9th through the 23rd at 24 parks across the city. The trees collected will be shredded and turned into mulch that's used by the Chicago Parks District and also made available to Chicago residents free of charge. For more information and locations click here

The closest Christmas tree drop off location for Logan Square: Humboldt Park Boathouse, 1369 N. Sacramento.

Logan Square Chamber Networking With Bernie

Monday, January 8th 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Logan Square Library
3030 W. Fullerton.
Free event, you may bring your own lunch

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.

Our sponsors: Logan Square Chamber of Commerce, Logan Square Library & Networking With Bernie

Register HERE

Chicago Winter Overnight Parking Ban is Active from Dec, 1st through April 1st

Chicago’s winter overnight parking ban is going into effect.

The seasonal parking restriction consumes 107 miles of the city’s most critical arterial streets from 3:00am – 7:00 am and is active from December 1, 2013 through April 1, 2014.
The parking ban is enforced regardless of snow. Click HERE for a map.
The 2-inch snow parking ban is activated on another 500 miles of arterial streets when at least two inches of snow are present. Click HERE for a map.
Cars violating the parking ban will face a minimum $150 towing fee, a $60 ticket and a storage fee of $20 per day, according to city officials.
Owners of towed vehicles can find their vehicle location online or call 311. You will need to know your license plate number, location of vehicle and date towed. Operator will inform caller of the location of the city pound that has the vehicle. If you have questions regarding your towed vehicle, for more information click here.

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Chicago Shovels


Chicago is strongest when people, government and business work together in the face of adversity, challenges, and even Mother Nature. Chicago Shovels is a tool to help connect the public with City winter resources and empower neighbors to come together to help Chicago navigate winter.
Last winter, The Mayor's Office unveiled Chicago Shovels, an interactive website designed for residents to access information and lend a hand in snow-clearing efforts. At chicagoshovels.org, people can see the locations of snow plows in real-time and sign up for Snow Corps to help the city's most vulnerable citizens by shoveling their walkways.
Snow Corps, part of Chicago Shovels, is the program that connects volunteers with residents in need of snow removal. The response from volunteers was strong last winter and this year we'd like to help empower snow efforts in our ward. Together, we can ensure that each and every Chicagoan who is in need can have access to walking and transit.

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Business and Residents are Responsible for Removing Snow and Ice from the Sidewalks During the Winter

Chicago businesses have a responsibility in removing snow and ice from the sidewalks. Many people rely on walking and transit as their primary mode of transportation, and without a wide, clear path through snow and ice, travel is especially difficult for people with disabilities, seniors, and children to walk safely. According to the Municipal Code of Chicago (4-4-310 & 10-8-180), property owners and occupants are responsible for keeping sidewalks clear of snow and ice.

From more information on sidewalk snow removal guidance for residents and businesses, CLICK HERE. Report property owners who DO NOT clear their sidewalks by making a "Snow - Uncleared Sidewalk" request with the City of Chicago 311 Service Request line. Dial 311 or click on Online Snow - Uncleared Sidewalk Request. Additionally, the City's snow plow tracker will be available during major snow events. During snow storms, the City's snow plows are constantly tracked, so you, your business and your customers know when the streets around your business have been cleared.