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Street Cleaning Starts April 2nd

Chicago's street sweeping season will begin April 2nd and run through mid-November. If a street is scheduled for sweeping, a temporary no parking sign will be posted along the route the day before service to ensure curb-to-curb cleaning. Some arterial streets may already have permanently posted signs that specify a once-per-week period when parking is prohibited due to sweeping.

Residents who need more than one day notice of street sweeping should contact their local ward sanitation office.

Chicago Animal Care & Control Hosts Low-Cost Pet Vaccine/Microchip Clinics All Year

Chicago Animal Care & Control
2741 S. Western Av.
For detailed information, cost and rules click here

Chicago Animal Care & Control is hosting Low-Cost Pet Vaccine/Microchip Clinics for City of Chicago residents

Low Cost Pet Vaccine Clinic Dates

May 23rd, June 20th, July 18th, August 15th, September 19th, October 17th, November 21st, December 19th

Only open to City of Chicago Residents 18 years of age or older with a Valid Photo ID.
Only the FIRST 100 animals will be serviced. Numbers will be distributed beginning at 8:30 a.m. Doors open at 9:00 am.

Guide To On-Premise Business Owner’s Signs

The Department of Buildings recently issued this easy-to-understand Business Owner's Guide to On-Premise Signs.

To access Click here

2018 Sidewalk Cafe Season Applications Available

The 2018 Sidewalk Café Season begins on March 1st and ends on December 1st. Sidewalk Café Permits have a 9 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 the Small Business Center in City Hall, Room 800, 121 N. LaSalle St., Chicago, Illinois, 60602.

For detailed information and to apply Sidewalk Café Application Information Package.

2018 Special Event Package in Now Available

You can now access the 2018 Permit Application & Resource Guide online by clicking on the links below.

Permit Packet and Resource Guide

If you have any questions, please contact the Neighborhood Festival staff of the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events: Tom Gray-312-744-6517, Janeth Stines-312-744-0793, Rogelio Cerritos-312-744-0574, Lillie Dix-312-744-6957

Free Tax Preparation Assistance From the City

Qualified Chicago families and individuals can receive free tax return preparation and e-filing at tax sites located across the city. Mayor Rahm Emanuel is committed to ensuring that hardworking Chicagoans can access free tax services to file their returns and claim their tax refunds. The City of Chicago works with two nonprofit partners (the Center for Economic Progress and Ladder Up) to offer free tax help throughout the tax season and at various points in the off-season. Services for the 2018 tax season will begin at many locations starting on Saturday, January 27, 2018.

For more information about how to access the free tax assistance program, Chicagoans can: Call the City's 311 helpline, visit the City's tax assistance website at taxprepchicago.org, visit the Center for Economic Progress website at economicprogress.org or call 312-252-0280, visit the Ladder Up website at goladderup.org or call 312-409-4719
Visit the IRS website at irs.gov and type "free tax help" in the search box or call 800-829-1040

Residential & Business Compost Pick-Up Services!

WasteNot Compost (http://wastenotcompost.com) is officially accepting registration from our farmers market attendees! Sign up by emailing liam@wastenotcompost.com, and reference "Logan Square Farmers Market" or by registering at the Logan Square Chamber of Commerce table at the market. $10 per pick up (weekly) and $12 per pick-up (biweekly) of the 5-gallon buckets per pick-up (by bike!) at your home, office or business location.

Chicago Recycling Guide and Resource

Recycle better!

Here's what you'll find on the site

Recycling Guide: See what's recyclable, what's not, and how to handle the hazardous stuff.
Quiz: Test your skills against Chicago's top recycling myths.
Tips & Links: Pro tips and inspiration to recycle better and waste less.