Community Resources

Call 311 for assistance with non-emergency City Services and for information on events, programs and agencies within the City of Chicago. Chicago’s Open311 brings unprecedented levels of openness, innovation and accountability to the delivery of City services. We’ve reinvented and reinvigorated City service delivery with the latest in digital technologies.

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Land of Lincoln. The name "Illinois" comes from a Native American word meaning "tribe of superior men." Louis Joliet and Father Marquette were the first Europeans to arrive in Illinois in 1673. Illinois became a state on December 3, 1818 and was the 21st state to enter the Union.

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Welcome to Chicago, the third largest city in the United States, with a population of nearly three million people. 237 square miles of land, an estimated 2,695,598 residents, dozens of cultural institutions, historical sites and museums, more than 200 theaters, nearly 200 art galleries, More than 7,300 restaurants, and many more.

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In a park system as large as Chicago's, there are a number of ways patrons can get involved to make a difference in their park and community. From working or volunteering at a park and joining your local park advisory council to providing input at a monthly Board meeting or through the Contact Us form, the assistance of our patrons is invaluable.

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Chicago Public Schools’ mission is to provide a high quality public education for every child, in every neighborhood, that prepares each for success in college, career and civic life. To fulfill the mission, they make three commitments to our students, their families and to all Chicagoans: Academic progress, Financial stability, Integrity.

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