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April Neighbors’ Night Out: Potholes, litter, flooding, pests, graffiti… what do you got?
April 11, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm CDTFree
April’s Neighbors’ Night Out will feature a discussion and mapping exercise to identify local concerns and locations of common urban nuisances – potholes, litter, flooding, pests, graffiti… and whatever else you have. This information will be provided to the appropriate Alderman and City of Chicago departments. Bring photos, bring specific locations, bring it all.
In addition, Board members from the Greater South Loop Association and other neighborhood organizations will provide information on volunteer opportunities this spring, particularly Chicago Clean and Green, Earth Day, and Chicago River Day. Come learn how you and your neighbors can be a part of making the South Loop a cleaner place to live and work!
About the GSLA’s monthly Neighbors’ Night Out series
Interested in the future of the South Loop? Want to share your thoughts on neighborhood development, learn from others, and provide input to elected officials, city staff and real estate developers? Just want to meet some fellow South Loopers and have a little fun? Then join us!
The Greater South Loop Association hosts a monthly Neighbors’ Night Out for anyone wanting to meet up and be part of the neighborhood’s future. Each month will have a general topic, and we’ll invite relevant speakers to share some thoughts and be part of the dialogue. These sessions will also help the Greater South Loop Association fulfill its role as a conduit for neighborhood input on important community development issues.
There’s no charge to attend (of course, feel free to patronize the bar!) but we ask that you register so we can have a sense of how many people will be in attendance.
The Neighbors’ Night Out series is generously sponsored by Lakeside Bank.