The Wrightwood Neighbors Association presents Taste Lincoln Avenue: July 25th and 26th from 12PM-10PM
No Parking will be allowed from 1:00AM Saturday, July 15th through 4:00AM Monday, July 27th 2015 on the following streets:
- Lincoln Avenue: From Fullerton to Wrightwood
- Montana Street: From Lincoln Avenue west to the 1st alley
- Altgeld Street: From Halsted to Sheffield
- Lill Street: From Lincoln east to Halsted
- Halsted: From 2401 to 2423 on Halsted
All vehicles left on the the street will be ticketed and towed by the City of Chicago. If you have any questions regarding street re-routes, please call Special Events Management at 773-868-3010.
The CTA is providing additional service for the July 4th weekend. Click here to read more.
The 43rd Ward office will close at 3:00pm on Thursday, July 2nd and remain closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day.
We will re-open at 9:00am on Monday, July 6th.
Happy Fourth of July!
Please be aware of street closures for the 2015 Chicago Pride Parade. The following locations in our ward will be posted with signage stating “No Parking on Sunday, June 28 from 5:00am to 8:00pm.”
- Diversey Parkway from Broadway St. to Cannon Drive
- Cannon Drive from Diversey Parkway to Fullerton Parkway.
Towing will begin at 5:00am, so please ensure your car is relocated before Sunday, June 28th.
There will be rolling street closures as the parade travels south down the route. The parade starts at noon at the Broadway/Montrose corner proceeding south on Broadway; then south on Halsted; then east on Belmont; then south on Broadway; then east on Diversey to Cannon Drive. Police will re-open these streets as they determine it is safe to do so. Click here for more information.
Additionally, the Chicago Transit Authority will provide additional bus and rail service for those attending the 2015 Chicago Pride Parade, which will begin at noon on Sunday, June 28. Click here for more information.
The Bicycling Ambassadors, the City of Chicago’s bicycle safety outreach and education team, is partnering with police and ward offices throughout Chicago to help promote bicycling safety to all road users by hosting enforcement events.
Click here to learn more about the Bicycling Ambassadors and view the events schedule..
Click here to view information on the Cortland Street bridge structural repairs.
The CTA will be performing construction on the Brown Line May 14 – 18. Click the following link to view the CTA service notice.
CTA Service Notice: May 14 – 18
As many of you know, our ward office on Halsted Street sustained significant water damage over the winter months due to broken water pipes in the unit above our office. Repairs to the office will begin on Monday, April 20 and will last approximately ten business days.
Beginning Tuesday, April 21 until approximately May 1, you can buy Residential Parking Daily Permits every weekday from 9 am until 6 pm at our temporary office location at 2527 N. Lincoln, approximately one block from our office.
During construction, continue to contact us as always for constituent service requests or other issues. Calls to 773-348-9500 will be forwarded to our staff who will be working out of our downtown City Hall office and our 2527 N Lincoln office. We encourage you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with requests, as our phone lines are more limited downtown than they are are at the ward office.
Please note, parking permits may also be purchased at the Chicago City Clerk’s office at 121 N. LaSalle and online with a customer code found on previously purchased permits or obtained by emailing the City Clerk’s office.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as our office undergoes necessary construction! We will keep you updated should any further changes arise.
Make Your Mark On Lincoln!
Whether you are a part of Lincoln history, or planning to join the Lincoln community, Friends of Lincoln (FOL) invites you to make a permanent mark on Lincoln by purchasing a personalized brick to be installed in the new sidewalk. A roughly 15×20 foot path, running perpendicular to Kemper and adjacent to the new ground level play area, presents an opportunity to create a spectacular collage of personalized bricks. Honor a past, current or future Lincoln student, pay tribute to a favorite Lincoln teacher or staff member, celebrate a Lincoln club or activity – be a part of the effort to capture Lincoln’s unique community and spirit in the footprint of the new annex.
Orders must be placed by Friday, May 1st through Bidding for Good.
See more and place orders here: http://www.lincolnelementary.org/bricks-program.html