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The Health Insurance Marketplace Is Now Open!


Get Covered Illinois, Illinois’ Official Health Care Marketplace, is open for enrollment, featuring more quality plans available from major carriers than ever before.

Financial help is available to help you pay for coverage. More than 75% of Illinois residents who enrolled last year got help from the government to pay for coverage.
Learn More About Get Covered Illinois

There are free, in-person professionals available in your language and in your community to work with you every step of the way. You can call the GCI Help Desk at 866-311-1119 to schedule an appointment to talk with a trained professional, or visit GetCoveredIllinois.gov to find a certified Navigator, broker, agent or application counselor who can help you.
Get Free, In-Person Help

If you enrolled in coverage through the Marketplace last year, make sure you update your personal information in your Marketplace account. Changes to your income or number of people in your household can impact the amount of financial help you qualify for to pay for your plan. So review your options to get the best plan before you renew your plan in year two.
Renewing Your Coverage

Logan Square Chamber Networking With Bernie

Monday, March 9th 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 has delicious homemade food for purchase.
Register HERE

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 Damen stop will close for 63 days on Oct. 20 and will reopen Dec. 22.

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

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.

Support Neighbor Owned Businesses

A little goes a long way. What happens when you shift just a small amount of your shopping dollars toward independently-owned businesses? You improve the economy - local businesses put more money back into the community than chain stores. Help local businesses expand & grow - they create jobs or preserve jobs. Help the environment - you'll reduce your carbon footprint. If every household in Chicago shifted $365.00 annually, the impact would approach $100,000,000.00.
Eat, Drink & Buy Local 365!
Go to www.eatdrinkbuylocal.org to take the pledge to shift $365.00 or more a year from big chain stores to local businesses. Your community will benefit and you'll feel better too.
Find great locally owned businesses year-around at www.localfirstchicago.org

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A Member Service Available From The Logan Square Chamber of Commerce

As a member Service The Logan Square Chamber of Commerce now has an Illinois Certified Notary Public available.

Office Manager Linnea Blomgren will notarize your documents free of charge Monday through Friday at our office at 3147 W. Logan Bl., Suite 12 between the hours of 9:30 and 1:30.

Please confirm that Linnea will be ready to help you by calling her
at 773-489-3222 before you come, or by sending an e-mail to
linnea@loganchamber.org.