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Welcome to the 32nd Ward!

The 32nd Ward is a ward on the northside of Chicago, composed of several neighborhoods: Wicker Park, Bucktown, Roscoe Village, Lakeview, and Lincoln Park. I am excited to be Alderman to such a diverse, vibrant, and colorful ward. We are lucky to have great libraries, schools, public works of art, and the Bloomingdale Trail, an elevated 2.7 mile trail through the heart of our neighborhood. 

I hope this website is a useful tool for residents to find helpful information navigating city related questions and services.

City Services

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Service Requests

Request tree trims, rodent baiting, missed garbage pickup, and other city services.

Street Sweeping &
Parking Stickers

Download the street sweeping schedule or learn how to obtain residential parking permits.

Zoning & Land Use

Get updates on infrastructure projects and development.

For Businesses

How to obtain a license for your business, and get permits for sidewalk cafes, signage, etc.

32nd Ward Weekly Newsletter

32nd Ward Newsletter:

July 12, 2024

Both the Bucktown and Roscoe Village Garden Walks are this weekend. Enjoy the neighborhood gardens in these communities and then spend some time in the neighborhood stores and restaurants.

 

Sunday is set to be a high heat day, so please take a moment to check on family, friends, and neighbors to make sure they are healthy throughout the weekend. Don't forget to...

32nd Ward Newsletter:

June 28, 2024

The Chicago Commission on Human Relations (CCHR) published its annual report on hate crimes in the City of Chicago. The data covers 2023 and incidents through June 2024. CCHR officials expect the true number of hate crimes to be higher than what has been reported, as they said “only a fraction of hate crimes get reported.” You can read the report via the links below.

Per the Cook County Assessor, the...

32nd Ward Newsletter:

June 21, 2024

The heat will continue to hit Chicago this week, so if you need to find a cooling center, call 311 or you can also go to your nearest library, police station, or other city facility. Although some facilities were shut down last week, they should be kept open these next few days.

 

I've also included a few words on the Marcey development in Lincoln Park and want to thank our neighbors in RANCH Triangle...

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