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SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE & INFORMATION
BACP licenses businesses and public vehicles, provides business education and access to resources, enforces the Municipal Code, and protects consumers from fraud.
New grants to strengthen our commercial corridors
on Chicago's South, Southwest and West Sides
DPD promotes the growth and sustainability of the
City and its neighborhoods; oversees zoning &
land use policies; employs resources to boost business and real estate development
and stable housing stock.
OTHER CITY DEPARTMENTS & AGENCIES
FSS provides assistance to residents, particularly those most in need, beginning at birth through
the senior years.
(MOPD) works to make Chicago tan accessible
city in the nation on behalf of residents and
visitors with disabilities.
The CHA is proactive in providing housing opportunities for more than 63,000 low-income families and individuals: housing for seniors, veterans, and families is transforming the lives of residents throughout Chicago.
Students First. Chicago Public Schools serves 361,000 students in over 600 schools; CPS is the nation's third largest school district. Click here to locate schools & other resources
ACC protects public safety and ensures the humane care of animals through sheltering, pet placement, education and animal law enforcement.
The Chicago Park District manages parks, recreation and event facilities, beaches, museums, lagoons, conservatories, and gardens throughout Chicago. To find park locations, events and programs, click here.
The Health Department establishes and implements services prioritizing residents and communities with the greatest need.
The Library offers access to information, entertainment and knowledge via materials, programs, events,
and cutting-edge technology.
to find a library near you, click here.
The City's central IT organization provides technology and telecommunication services to departments, the Mayor, Aldermen, residents, businesses and tourists.
DCASE's website is a resource for events happening in Millenium Park and other City venues, City farmer's markets, neighborhood festivals, and provides opportunities for artists & arts organizations and more.
Year of Creative Youth - 2018
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