Monthly Archives: March 2016

CPD Alert: Armed robbery on 2000 block of North Kenmore

The Chicago Police Department 18th District has released photos and a description of an incident that occurred on March 18th at approximately 3:35 pm. An armed male produced a handgun and robbed a victim inside of her garage on the 2000 block of North Kenmore Ave. The offender was described as a white male, 5’05-5’06,160-170lbs, [...]

Good Friday Early Office Closure

In observance of Good Friday, our office will close at 2 PM on Friday, March 25th. If you have a need for city services, please call 311 for non-emergency requests, or dial 9-1-1 if you require immediate assistance.

CPD Outdoor Roll Call

The 18th District will be conducting an outdoor roll at Oz Park, 2021 N. Burling, on March 23rd at 1:00 PM. Please come out to show your support to our hard working officers.

Filming Notice

Maxmedia will be filming scenes for an AT&T commercial on Friday, March 4, 2016. Please be advised that the following areas will be posted “No Parking/Tow Zone”: NO PARKING ZONE: MARCH 4, 2016 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM North side of W Eugenie: North Park Ave to alley west of Crilley Ct (for equipment trucks) [...]

Pre-Construction Meeting for Former Children’s Memorial Hospital Site

Pre-Construction Meeting for Former Children’s Memorial Hospital Site As you know, the sale of the former Children’s Memorial Hospital to developers McCaffery Interests and Hines was recently finalized. The sale of the parcel will allow the redevelopment of the site to begin in the near future. For additional information about the project, please see on our website. Prior [...]

Chicago Residential Zone Parking Pass Changes

Chicago Residential Zone Parking Pass Changes Beginning March 1st, there will be some changes to the City of Chicago Residential Zone Parking Program. Please note the following: Residents can now purchase up to three sheets of permits per 30 day period. Each sheet of 15 daily permits is $8.00. Our office will NO LONGER be able to [...]

Temporary Halt on Parking Pass Sales

A Chicago City Clerk’s Office employee will be in the 43rd Ward office on Tuesday, March 1st at 9 AM to count our current residential parking pass stock, and we will not be able to sell passes until the process is completed.  It is anticipated to take about an hour, and we will keep residents [...]