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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


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:

May 17, 2024

The Chicago Office of Inspector General (OIG) has announced the launch of its newest data dashboard, City Services by Address. This dashboard is a one-stop shop to see City services and service area designations as they apply to any Chicago address. Users can input an address, and the dashboard retrieves valuable information related to that location, such as the ward number, community area, zoning information, schedules for City services, and more.

32nd Ward Newsletter:

May 10, 2024

Included in the newsletter this week are several notices about upcoming neighborhood fundraising events for parks, schools, and more. Support your community organizations like Prom 4 Mom and the Wicker Park Plant Sale (get your gardens ready or pick up a Mother's Day gift) or offer help at the Friends of the River annual cleanup taking place tomorrow.


On public safety issues, there are...

32nd Ward Newsletter:

May 3, 2024

U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested 22-year-old Xavier Tate Jr. for first-degree murder in Glendale Heights, Illinois, on Wednesday night. Tate was charged with the first-degree murder, aggravated vehicular hijacking, and possession of a stolen firearm of CPD Officer Luis Huesca.

The next meeting of the 14th District Police Council is tomorrow at 1 p.m...

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