Community Development—The City of Chicago is pleased to partner with Elevate Energy to provide free energy assessments to homeowners in the city’s 13 Micro Market Recovery Program (MMRP) Target Areas. These free … Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—Chicago's Turkey Chop Gourmet Grill has no shortage of flavor. And neither does its owner.
Quentin Love's restaurant , on Chicago's west side in a neighborhood called West Humboldt Park, lives by a… Continue
Community Development—Let's get healthy together! Join us this spring for the Passport to Wellness Program. Passport to Wellness is a free 6 week program where we help you reach your health goals. This free program starts… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—You may be eligible for a facade rebate of up to 50% of approved costs, maximum of $5,000.
The West Humboldt Park Special Service Area #63 is offering a Facade Rebate Program for 2016. The… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—As a restauranteur, Quentin Love has a history of being ahead of the game. He started his first restaurant chain, Quench, 15 years ago on the South Side of Chicago, featuring turkey, chicken and… Continue
Housing, Community Development, Business & Economic Development—Need a new roof? New porch? New Windows? Or other exeterior improvements to your home?
Take advantage of a forgivable loan through the 606 Bloomingdale Trail Homeowners Program!
Up to $25,000… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—On Friday November 20, 2015 a Ribbon Cutting was held to celebrate the completion of the Chicago Avenue Mural Project located at 3455 - 3501 W Chicago Avenue (at the corner of St Louis Ave). This… Continue
Community Development—There are so many great ways to stay active this winter! Check out our calendar of events for information on FREE cooking classes and fitness classes, volunteer opportunities, and community meetings.… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—On October 19 and November 05, 2015 archi-treasures along with two community artist volunteers installed a sixteen panel mural on the corner of Chicago Avenue & St Louis Avenue. This mural or… Continue
Community Development—Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is a collaborative approach to research in public health. CBPR equitably engages communities in the design, conduct and use of research to address health… Continue
Community Development—The West Humboldt Park Development Council and Northwestern University are taking the lead to bring community based research to West Humboldt Park.
Community engaged research can bring so many… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—Ken Johnson's Bro-n-Laws BBQ at 3820 W Chicago Avenue is featured on Chicago's Best television program in this segment which explores the Chicago bar-b-que scene and what makes Bro-n-Laws special. … Continue
Community Development—The West Humboldt Park Development Council just released the Fall calendar of FREE events.
The events are held all throughout West Humboldt Park and are completely free. There are healthy… Continue
Community Development—On August 29th, the inaugural Humboldt Park 5k is coming to Chicago! Enjoy a run through the beautiful park while wearing your new performance t-shirt. In addition to the 5k, there will be a 1 mile… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—In September 2013, Mayor Emanuel and Chicago’s City Council adopted the Chicago Energy Benchmarking ordinance to raise awareness of energy performance through information and transparency, with… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—Business District Managers Hit Streets
Gordon Walek Published: April 22, 2015
For the last couple months, the 20 participants in LISC Chicago’s Business District Leadership program have… Continue
Community Development, Business & Economic Development—Today, Partners in Progress announced a new year of funding to West Humboldt Park Development Council and Chicago Community Loan Fund and the other original PIP grantees.
Business & Economic Development—The Chicago Small Business Expo is your opportunity to make meaningful connections with others in your niche. Bringing small business owners of the area together, this marks one of the most exciting… Continue
Community Development—Come out and join the fun for the Annual Kells Park Easter Egg Hunt in West Humboldt Park! This free event will take place on April 3 at 2pm in Kells Park, located at 3201 West Chicago Avenue, at the… Continue
Community Development—In November 2014, The West Humboldt Park Development Council (WHPDC) received a grant award from Hillshire Brands Foundation to support the Healthy Mind, Healthy Body, Healthy You Program as part… Continue
Community Development—Fun for the whole family! Spring is here and it is a perfect time to explore our community on a Slow Roll Bike ride through Humboldt Park.
Community Development—The Fourth Annual Compassion Parade will be held on Saturday April 18, 2015. The parade will begin at 10:00 AM and all volunteers/participants are encouraged to arrive at 9:45 AM for the parade… Continue
Community Development—West Humboldt Park Development Council would like to present an outstanding example in what it means to give-back to the community. Claudia Macklin is a resident of West Humboldt Park and attends… Continue
West Humboldt Park SSA #63
S.B. Friedman & Associates
West Humboldt Park
Special Service Area #63
Special Service Area #63 encompasses the main portion of the Chicago Avenue commercial corridor, a roughly one-mile stretch of property along Chicago Avenue between Albany Avenue on the East and Karlov Avenue on the West. This is the first SSA on the Westside.
Special Service Areas, known as Business Improvement Districts or BIDs in other cities, are local tax districts that fund expanded services and programs through a localized property tax levy within contiguous areas. The enhanced services and programs are in addition to those currently provided through the City.
SSA-funded projects typically include but are not limited to: public way maintenance and beautification; district marketing and advertising; business retention/attraction, special events and promotional activities; auto and bike transit; security; façade improvements; and other commercial and economic development initiatives.
For more information on the SSA please contact Tom at (773) 342-0036 or firstname.lastname@example.org.