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4TH OF JULY WEEKEND REMINDERS
June 30th, 2022

Dear Neighbor,

This weekend is the Fourth of July! I want to make sure everyone has a safe and  happy Independence Day. I have highlighted a few opportunities to enjoy over the long weekend throughout the city:

BLACK ENSEMBLE THEATER
Tomorrow, Friday, July 1st from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. 'Fridays on the Green' starts tomorrow, there will be programming every Friday in July across the street from Black Ensemble Theater at 1425 W Sunnyside.  Visit Black Ensemble Theater's website for more information here.

NAVY PIER
July 2nd at 10pm - 4th of July Firework Spectacular.

NAVY PIER BEER GARDEN - LIVE MUSIC
July 2nd
2pm-3pm, 3:30pm-4:30pm - Manny Torres
5:30pm-6:30pm, 7pm-8pm - Creedence Revived
9pm-9:55pm, 10:10pm-11:10pm - Pino Farina
July 3rd 
2pm-3pm, 3:30pm-4:30pm - Chicago Latin Groove
4:30pm-5:30pm, 6:30pm-7:30pm - DJ Papa G
(5:30pm-6:30pm, 7pm-8pm - Hurricane Reggae Band
July 4th
3pm-4pm, 4:30pm-5:30pm - John Primer
6:30pm-7:30pm, 8pm-9pm - Trippin' Billies

29TH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF LIFE
July 2nd-4th, Washington Park.

INDEPENDENCE DAY SALUTE
July 2nd, 7:30pm-9:30pm - Jay Pritzker Pavilion.


MONTROSE DOG BEACH CLEAN UP
Tuesday, July 5th, 2022 9:00 am to 11:00 am. This event is hosted by MonDog - please join them to help clean up the dog beach and its environs. They will supply gloves, garbage bags, and needed tools. You supply the energy. Find more information here.

OEMC LAKEFRONT/BEACH SAFETY
City of Chicago beaches are now open! The Chicago Park District urges patrons to enjoy the beaches safely and responsibly and look for “No Swimming Allowed” signage that indicates that swimming is not sanctioned in that area. Visitors should consult the district’s website or social media platforms to ensure water conditions are safe for swimming before heading out to the beach and only enter the water when a lifeguard is on duty. Swim hours are 11am to 7pm, daily, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day: 

  • Wear a Life Jacket!  Not only having a life jacket but wearing it properly is the first defense against drownings. Life jackets come in numerous sizes and types designed for different activities. The life jacket you wear to the pool may not be suitable for kayaking on a river. Always check the manufacturer tag for any weight maximums and usage designation as well as the United States Coast Guard Life Jacket requirements. 
  • Boaters should be mindful of break wall locations at all times; When water levels rise high enough to cover the walls, boaters may be at risk of serious injury and vessel damage.  
  • Boating Under the Influence is just as deadly as drinking and driving!  It is illegal to operate a boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs in every state. The Coast Guard also enforces a federal law that prohibits BUI. This law pertains to ALL boats including canoes and rowboats. 
  • Learn to Swim-learning to swim can be fun and easy, no matter your age. Check out local swim programs at schools, community centers, and the Park District. Go to the Chicago Park District website for further details on Swimming Lessons offered in your area.  
  • Never Swim Alone or at night! - Swimming alone or in the dark is extremely dangerous and can end in tragedy. Even when at personal pools and spas, swimming without a buddy is never safe and should not be done.  
  • Swim Near Lifeguards-Swimming at a Lifeguard protected pool or beach is essential to safety. Lifeguards are trained in numerous rescue skills, CPR, AED usage, and much more. Listen to their rules and instructions as they are there for your safety and enjoyment. Never rely on lifeguards as “babysitters” for children in the water, if your child is in the water, you should be too.  
  • Take a CPR class! - Learning CPR is easy and an essential skill for the bystander who may witness an aquatic emergency. Take a CPR class this summer at your local Fire Station, Hospital, or other agency and increase your readiness to help a loved one or someone else in need. Visit the American Heart Association or American Red Cross websites for details on how and where to sign up for a class near you!  
  • Report suspicious activity-Protecting our beaches and pools is a public effort and reporting any unwanted or suspicious activity to first responders immediately can help save lives. If you ever see something unusual or are ever unsure, please call 9-1-1 right away.  
  • Wear sunscreen, drink plenty of fluids, and have fun! Be Safe Chicago!   
  • Rip Currents: Learn how to escape a rip current:  Relax, swim to shore but don’t swim against current; If you can’t escape, float or tread water.
  • Lakefront Paths: Heed the warnings and obey signage or officials on path closures; Do NOT navigate around barricades or closures – they are there for your safety to avoid risks of falls or being swept into the water, requiring rescue. During thunderstorms, being near bodies of water such as the lakefront paths or Riverwalk can pose threats of flooding and being swept into currents, especially with high lake levels. Heed any warnings to avoid the lakefront and Riverwalk when these are issued.     

Best,

OFFICE CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4TH, INDEPENDENCE DAY
The 46th Ward Office will be closed from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday, July 4th . The office will reopen with regular hours (9:00am-5:00pm) Tuesday, July 5th. 
RETIREMENT OF THE 46TH WARD SUPERINTENDENT

The 46th Ward Team is celebrating the career of Nicholas
 
Slywczuk.
Nick has been a vital asset of the 46th Ward team for the past 11 years. Nick started his career in public service in December 1987 and has been dedicated to serving Chicagoans everyday since. We thank him and his family for his dedication and wish him all the best in the years to come.
CHICAGO ABORTION & HEALTHCARE ACCESS

Despite the leaked draft opinion that was released last month, the overturning of Roe v. Wade has still come as a shock to the system. Despite this setback, the City of Chicago remains committed to supporting Chicagoans and their right to govern their own bodies as they make family planning decisions, along with supporting residents of neighboring states who have found their rights diminished overnight. Mayor Lightfoot announced in May a ‘Justice For All Pledge’ Centering on Equity and Access. The pledge is supported by a $500,000 investment from the Chicago Department of Public Health, which will support transportation; lodging; safe and necessary reproductive, obstetric, and gynecological care; and follow up services. You can read the full press release here.

LOCAL ABORTION AND HEALTHCARE RESOURCES
Chicago Women’s Health Center- 1025 W Sunnyside Ave. Suite 201, Chicago, IL 60640, 773-935-6126

  • Offers gynecology services, primary care & trans health services
  • Gynecology
  • Annual gynecology exam
  • Abnormal pap follow-up
  • Birth control counseling
  • Diaphragm fitting
  • Emergency contraception
  • Pregnancy testing
  • STI screening
  • Vaginal infection check
  • UTI check
  • Trans health services

The Woman’s Aid Center- 4081 Peterson Ave Suite 609, Chicago, IL 60646, (773) 280-5063

  • Provides legal and safe abortion services
  • Abortion Pill
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing and Treatment
  • Birth Control Consultations and Counseling
  • Morning-After Pill
  • Free Urine Pregnancy Tests
  • Offers financial assistance

University of Chicago The Ryan Center, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology- 5841 S Maryland Ave, Chicago, IL 60637, (773) 702-6118, womenshealth@uchospitals.edu

  • Medical abortion up to 10 weeks
  • Office-based surgical abortion to 14 weeks
  • Hospital-based surgical abortion in the first and second trimesters of pregnancy
  • Operating room procedures up to 23 weeks 6 days
  • Abortion services for women with pregnancies complicated by medical conditions and fetal abnormalities
  • Medical and surgical management of miscarriage
  • Pre- and post-procedure counseling and follow-up
  • Covered by most insurance policies
  • Offers affordable rates for those without insurance
  • Offers financial assistance

All Women’s Medical Center- 3140 W Irving Park Rd, Chicago, IL 60618, (773) 478-0700

  • Abortion services
  • Offer medical abortions/abortion pills, morning-after pills by prescription, and contraception counseling after termination during the first trimester
  • Gynecology services
  • Safe gynecology services for women of all ages
  • Offer additional services like:
  • STD screening
  • HPV diagnosis and management
  • Has fluent Spanish speakers on staff at all ties

Family Planning Associates Chicago- 659 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago, IL 60661, 312-707-8988

  • Free abortion services
  • The Abortion Pill- RU486
  • Birth control options
  • 1st trimester abortion
  • 2nd trimester abortion
  • Offers assistance to minor patients
  • Offers financial assistance to residents and/or patients traveling from outside of Illinois, as well as possible travel costs
THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL PRIDE PARADE!
MEET WITH ALD. JAMES CAPPLEMAN
SPEAK WITH ALDERMAN CAPPLEMAN EVERY TUESDAY 
Virtual office hours are every Tuesday from 3PM - 5PM via Zoom or phone. Sign up by the end of day Monday at 5:00pm by emailing the office at Ward46@cityofchicago.org. If this time period does not work for you, contact the Ward Office to schedule another time.

SCHEDULE A ZOOM MEETING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY GROUP
Ald. Cappleman or a staff member is also available to meet with your local neighborhood or business organization to provide updates about what's happening locally or city-wide. East Lake View Neighbors, Triangle Neighbors, Buena Park Neighbors, Sheridan Park Neighbors Association, Beacon Block Club, and Uptown United all do this on a regular basis. Schedule a time by either email at Ward46@cityofchicago.org or call 773-878-4646.
UPCOMING EVENTS
GUN VIOLENCE WEBINAR
Today, Thursday, June 30, 2022, at 6:00 pm. The Cook County State's Attorney's Office Community Justice Center - North and Central will host a webinar on Gun Violence Awareness: Causes, Effects & Prevention.
The webinar will include speakers from the Chicago Department of Public Health, community organizations, and the State's Attorney's Victim Witness Unit. Register here.


AARP JULY MEETING
Tuesday, July 5th, 2022 at 4:30 pm. 716 w Addison.


BUENA PARK CLEAN UP

Saturday, July 9th, 2022 at 10:00 am. 
Meet at the Uptown Branch Library (929 W Buena Ave) and bring gloves and some garbage bags (we’ll have some to supply, too). Choose a few blocks within the neighborhood, and help clean the sidewalks of Buena Park!


TRUMAN COLLEGE FAMILY VACCINATION EVENT
Saturday, July 9th, 2022. Truman College will be hosting a CDPH family vaccination clinic and will offer Pfizer and Moderna for children 6 months through 4 years old, as well as Pfizer vaccines and booster doses to all Chicagoans. Registration for the event can be found here. CDPH also has an at home vaccine program for all Chicagoans age 6 months and older, more details can be found here.
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS & CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT 
UPLIFT HIGH SCHOOL
Uplift High School is hosting an Assistant Principal Candidate Forum that is open to the community. The forum will be today, June 30th, from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The meeting can be joined by following the link here.

MCCUTCHEON ELEMENTARY
The Middle School at McCutcheon Elementary located in the branch building on Kenmore has never had lockers. Students are required to carry all of their belongings from classroom to classroom all day. Let's fix this. In collaboration with the Assistant Principal Kahinde Longmire and the Local School Council, they are looking to raise $15,000 in the next 50 days to provide the needed funds to order and install the lockers that will bless the students for decades. Let's work together to make this long-lasting change and support the growth of executive functioning for the students as they progress towards high school.

Their 50 days ends on June 30. They need to order these lockers as soon as possible so they arrive in time for the new school year. Reach out to them at friendsofmccutcheon@gmail.com with any questions. To give, visit here.

DEVELOPMENT & CONSTRUCTION UPDATES
DEVELOPMENT NEWS
AFFORDABLE RENTAL UNITS IN NEW DEVELOPMENTS
If you have questions on any of these projects or other work taking place in the 46th Ward please reach out to our office at 
ward46@cityofchicago.org or 773-878-4646. When asking about developments or construction work, it is helpful to have the address of where the proposal or work is taking place.

CLARK STREET CROSSROADS
What is your vision for the Clark Street corridor from Montrose to Foster? We want to hear your thoughts on the study’s draft street and roadway improvements recommendations, private and public development scenarios, and design guidelines. Your input will help guide future investment and public realm improvements along the corridor! Hope to see you at the Chase Park Fieldhouse! How to get involved: 

Mark your calendars for the upcoming workshop: Provide your feedback to the City of Chicago and its study partners during the community workshop at the Chase Park Fieldhouse at 4701 North Ashland Avenue on Tuesday, July 19th from 6 to 8pm (CT). Not able to make the workshop? No worries! Stay tuned for other ways to share your thoughts. Check out the website here.


835 W. WILSON


4701 N. CLARK

Developer Platinum Homes is requesting a zoning change from B3-2 to B2-3 in order to construct a five-story residential building. The proposal would have 38 dwelling units (29 two-bedroom, 2 bath units and 9 two-bedroom, 1 bath units with parking for 21 vehicles and 62 bicycles. The Department of Planning and Development has not yet provided final approval for the design, and more feedback is needed from Clark Street Block Club and Uptown United before going forward. Because the proposal is under $10M, it will not go before the full 46th Ward Zoning & Development Committee. This development proposal is along Clark Street, which is currently undergoing a retail corridor study led by the Chicago Department of Planning and Development, which is why this department's input is also crucial. Click here for more information.

4642 N. MAGNOLIA
Developer Finan Development, Corp is requesting a zoning change from R-3 to R-4 in order to build a 6-unit residential building on a double lot. Ald. Cappleman has reached out to the developer to set a date for a meeting to discuss this proposal with him and the Magnolia-Malden Block Club. After the block club provides their feedback, Ald. Cappleman will make his decision about this project. 

4555 N. DOVER 
In response to a need for a 50' setback on Dover, the developer will need to increase the density of his proposal in order to meet the demands of his lender for a loan. Once a plan has been submitted, Ald. Cappleman will host a meeting with Dover Street Neighbors and the developer to discuss this proposal. After community input has been obtained, Ald. Cappleman will provide his decision on whether or not to approve an upzone.

MORE RECENTLY SCHEDULED 46TH WARD MENU PROJECTS


CTA & RED PURPLE LINE MODERNIZATION (RPM) UPDATES
If you have questions, comments, or concerns about the RPM project please contact RPM@transitchicago.com or call 331-303-2499. 

EXTENDED ALLEY CLOSURE
Starting Tuesday, July 5th to Saturday, July 30th. Alley work under the CTA tracks, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
JOB LISTINGS & COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Find up-to-date job listings here, and find more information about employment & volunteer resources here. 

ARGYLE NIGHT MARKET VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY  

Back for its 8th year, the Argyle Night Market will run every Thursday between July 7th and August 25th from 5:00 pm -9:00 pm.  This market features local vendors, delicious treats, and multi-cultural entertainment right in the heart of Uptown’s Asian Marketplace – Argyle Street (between Kenmore & Sheridan)! Part market, part street festival, this vibrant event is located on the city’s first shared street in Chicago. Two shifts per night are available for all volunteer duties (5:00 pm -7:00 pm and 7:00 pm -9:00 pm). Click here to sign up.

Volunteers are needed to help out in the following ways:
  1. Uptown United Booth - volunteers will pass out info about the neighborhood and assist with t-shirt sales
  2. Beer Garden - volunteers will be partnered up with a staff member who is BASSET certified to serve alcohol.  
  3. Greeters - volunteers will stand near the entrances to the market greeting guests and counting attendees 
I WILL WE WILL SEASONAL JOB OPPORTUNITY
Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume, and two professional references to Ally Brisbin at ally@musecommunitydesign.com with subject line: WE WILL CHICAGO – CAPTAIN. Please answer the following question in your cover letter: What is your favorite summer tradition or event in your neighborhood? Position is open until filled. No calls please. More information can be found here.


LIFEGUARD JOB POSTING

Apply online here or scan the QR code.

EVICTION RECORD SEALING
Lawyer's Committee for Better Housing
is helping folks erase evictions from their record. Be sure to reach out before July 14th, 2022. Scan the QR code or find more information here.


GRANT OPPORTUNITY FOR TOGETHER WE HEAL ART PROJECTS

Find out more here.

HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

North Eastwood Shores Apartments is opening a lottery for their waiting list. Please call 773-275-6877 for more information. They request that applicants complete the pre-application which can be picked up at their office at 850 W. Eastwood. Please fill out and return by July 15th. 
BICYCLE SAFETY UPDATES
CLARK STREET COMPLETE STREET IMPROVEMENTS
Our office hosted a virtual meeting to present the plans for protected bike lanes and in-lane bus boarding along Clark street from Irving Park and Montrose. Stay tuned in the coming days for a recording of the presentation along with the improvement plan at https://chicagocompletestreets.org/. If you have questions or comments about this plan that you would like to share with the Chicago Department of Transportation, please email cdotbikes@cityofchicago.org

CDOT SAFE AMBASSADORS PROGRAM
The Chicago Department of Transportation and Chicago Park District have partnered up each summer to create a program to educate the public, young and old, about bicycle safety and awareness. This is a 6-week summer job opportunity starting July 5th, right after Independence day. Also, there is a paid orientation in the last week of June, but the date is not confirmed. Contact angel@chicagocompletestreets.org to learn more. The application can be found here.
PUBLIC SAFETY 
COOLING CENTERS & BEATING THE HEAT
As we are in the midst of the transitional period between the Spring and Summer, Chicago is prone to experience more drastic fluctuations in temperatures. During times of extreme heat the City of Chicago offers various ways to help residents check in on their neighbors and beat the heat as a community. 

Cooling Areas at Community Service Centers
Cooling areas at Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services six community service centers are activated when the City’s emergency response plan is in place or as conditions warrant. When online, cooling centers operate from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Mondays – Fridays. The nearest Community Service Center located in the 46th Ward is the Northside Community Service Center located at 845 W. Wilson Ave. Chicago, IL 60640 which can be reached at 312-744-2580. 

Public Libraries in the 46th Ward 
Utilizing Chicago Public Library facilities is another way to beat the heat during extreme temperatures. 46th Ward residents are welcome to utilize the Bezazian Library branch at 1226 W. Ainslie Street which can be reached via phone at 312-744-0019. More information on their hours of operation can be found on their website here. 
Uptown Library branch at  929 W Buena Ave which can be reached via phone at 312- 744-8400. More information can be found here.
Senior Centers
Senior residents of the 46th Ward who are looking to beat the heat are encouraged to visit any of the Department of Family and Support Services Senior Center locations. 

Northeast (Levy) Senior Center
2019 W. Lawrence Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
312.744.0784(voice)
Edgewater Satellite Senior Center
5917 N. Broadway 60660
312.742.5323
Monday through Friday
8:30 – 4:30

Well-being Checks
City resources and plans are more impactful with the support of every Chicagoan. We all should make a special effort to check on friends and neighbors during heat waves, especially older adults, young children, and residents with special needs. If you are unable to make contact, you can request a well-being check by downloading the CHI311 app, visiting 311.chicago.gov, or calling 3-1-1.

Public Health Guidance
Heat exhaustion is a milder form of heat-related illness that can develop after several days of exposure to high temperatures and inadequate or unbalanced replacement of fluids. A heatstroke is more serious and occurs when the body starts to lose its ability to regulate itself. The telltale signs of a heatstroke are:

  • An extremely high body temperature, such as 103 degrees or above
  • Dizziness and nausea
  • A throbbing headache and a pulse that is rapid and strong
  • Skin that is red, hot and dry

Some populations are at a higher risk in cases of extreme heat and should take extra precautions to protect themselves from heat, monitor their wellbeing, and access city cooling services. This includes people who:

  • Are pregnant
  • Live alone
  • Work outside
  • Are elderly
  • Have young children

If you see someone suffering from heatstroke, call 9-1-1 immediately and then try to move the person into a cool place and cool the person with water. Water fountains are available at Chicago Public Library locations.

OEMC LAKEFRONT/BEACH SAFETY
City of Chicago beaches are now open! The Chicago Park District urges patrons to enjoy the beaches safely and responsibly and look for “No Swimming Allowed” signage that indicates that swimming is not sanctioned in that area. Visitors should consult the district’s website or social media platforms to ensure water conditions are safe for swimming before heading out to the beach and only enter the water when a lifeguard is on duty. Swim hours are 11am to 7pm, daily, Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day: 

  • Wear a Life Jacket!  Not only having a life jacket but wearing it properly is the first defense against drownings. Life jackets come in numerous sizes and types designed for different activities. The life jacket you wear to the pool may not be suitable for kayaking on a river. Always check the manufacturer tag for any weight maximums and usage designation as well as the United States Coast Guard Life Jacket requirements. 
  • Boaters should be mindful of break wall locations at all times; When water levels rise high enough to cover the walls, boaters may be at risk of serious injury and vessel damage.  
  • Boating Under the Influence is just as deadly as drinking and driving!  It is illegal to operate a boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs in every state. The Coast Guard also enforces a federal law that prohibits BUI. This law pertains to ALL boats including canoes and rowboats. 
  • Learn to Swim-learning to swim can be fun and easy, no matter your age. Check out local swim programs at schools, community centers, and the Park District. Go to the Chicago Park District website for further details on Swimming Lessons offered in your area.  
  • Never Swim Alone or at night! - Swimming alone or in the dark is extremely dangerous and can end in tragedy. Even when at personal pools and spas, swimming without a buddy is never safe and should not be done.  
  • Swim Near Lifeguards-Swimming at a Lifeguard protected pool or beach is essential to safety. Lifeguards are trained in numerous rescue skills, CPR, AED usage, and much more. Listen to their rules and instructions as they are there for your safety and enjoyment. Never rely on lifeguards as “babysitters” for children in the water, if your child is in the water, you should be too.  
  • Take a CPR class! - Learning CPR is easy and an essential skill for the bystander who may witness an aquatic emergency. Take a CPR class this summer at your local Fire Station, Hospital, or other agency and increase your readiness to help a loved one or someone else in need. Visit the American Heart Association or American Red Cross websites for details on how and where to sign up for a class near you!  
  • Report suspicious activity-Protecting our beaches and pools is a public effort and reporting any unwanted or suspicious activity to first responders immediately can help save lives. If you ever see something unusual or are ever unsure, please call 9-1-1 right away.  
  • Wear sunscreen, drink plenty of fluids, and have fun! Be Safe Chicago!   
  • Rip Currents: Learn how to escape a rip current:  Relax, swim to shore but don’t swim against current; If you can’t escape, float or tread water.
  • Lakefront Paths: Heed the warnings and obey signage or officials on path closures; Do NOT navigate around barricades or closures – they are there for your safety to avoid risks of falls or being swept into the water, requiring rescue. During thunderstorms, being near bodies of water such as the lakefront paths or Riverwalk can pose threats of flooding and being swept into currents, especially with high lake levels. Heed any warnings to avoid the lakefront and Riverwalk when these are issued.     
HOME & BUSINESS PROTECTION PROGRAM

If you live in or operate a business in Chicago you can now apply to receive reimbursement for your security cameras and other security devices.  Since the offer is "first-come, first serve," we encourage people who want to buy cameras to do so now. Learn more here.

The rebate includes: 

  • Up to $225 per camera for a maximum of 2 cameras
  • Up to $150 per one year of subscription costs for cloud-based video storage systems 
  • Up to $100 per light for a maximum of 2 lights
  • Up to $50 per vehicle GPS tracking device for a maximum of 2 devices
  • Up to $120 per one year of subscription costs for GPS tracking applications 

To get reimbursed, you must provide:

  • Proof of address
  • Proof of purchase
  • Photo of installed device

PUBLIC SAFETY TIPS & INFORMATION 
For more public safety tips, including how to make a 911 call, please visit the public safety page on our website


BIKE SAFETY & COOK COUNTY BIKE PLAN
If you see a parked car in the bike lane please call 911 to report this traffic violation, this is essential in boosting cyclist safety in 46th Ward. Click here to view the Cook County Bike Plan where you will find various resources and a survey.

UPDATES ON THE LATEST COMMUNITY ALERTS
Click here for more up-to-date information on the latest community alerts. If you have any questions about past crimes, please contact the 19th District CAPS Office at 312-744-0064 or the 20th District CAPS Office at 312-742-8770.

THE CITY'S PLAN TO ADDRESS CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
The Chicago Police Department's website provides detailed information about current crime statistics as well as an outline of their plan to address violence. Click here to view that information.


19th DISTRICT (south of Lawrence)
P: 312-744-0064
E: CAPS019District@chicagopolice.org
See the Beat Meeting listing below for the Zoom meeting I.D. number and passcode.


20th DISTRICT (north of Lawrence)
P: 312-744-8714
E: CAPS020District@chicagopolice.org
Click here to join a 20th District CAPS meeting.

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