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News from past 90 days

Green Means Go (Toward a Cleaner Community)

Learn more about the Team that's cleaning our streets and improving our neighborhood.

Monthly News from Auburn Greshamn's Tax Site Parnter

This is a reminder of the NOF Information Session that will be held at Olive-Harvey College tomorrow, Friday, October 20th. Please read full story to see the details.

Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity Information

If a parent is unsure who the biological father is, a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity form should not be signed.

Auburn Gresham FALL "Health Fair On The Block"

Join the Auburn Gresham Health and Wellness Taskforce for its bi-annual Health Fair On The Block, Thursday, September 28th, 10:00am until 2:00pm, between 79th May and 79th Loomis. Lots of information on keeping and healthy and wealthy lifestyle!

Chicago's First Tiny Homes Could House Veterans In Auburn Gresham

The first permanent tiny homes in Chicago could be built in Auburn Gresham as part of an effort by Catholic Charities to get homeless veterans off the street.

Save it for some Rainy Play

Multi-generational physical activity event connects neighbors to their local school, in Auburn Gresham's PlayStreets activations.

Job Opening! Auburn Gresham GOLD School - Health Coordinator

GADC looking to immediately hire a full time skilled professional who will be responsible for monitoring consents for students to receive health services and school compliance rates. Read more for info.

Mayor Emanuel’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Opens For Applications This Fall!

The Neighborhood Opportunity Fund is a new grant to help strengthen our commercial corridors on Chicago's South, Southwest and West Sides. The NOF grant cycle is will open in the fall.

Ride a Trolley, Sip a Cocktail, Change a Neighborhood

In a double decker bus on a gorgeous day, the only place to ride is in the top.

The Changing Face of Auburn Gresham: How Façade Enhancements Energize Neighborhoods.

Artful changes inspire local hope and pride.

Constructing Communities: The SARFS Program at the GAGDC

What's good for our seniors is good for all of us.


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