ComEd published a new story to the Powering Lives Network about ways to stay connected with ComEd through e-learning, from webinars to home energy assessments to STEM education activities. The story can be found at
We have additional ways to stay virtually connected with ComEd, including webinars and home energy assessments.
  • Webinars
If you manage a business or building, you can learn about saving money and energy without leaving your couch through ComEd’s live and on-demand webinars. Each e-session is tailored to the unique needs of your business or building and includes information on incentives offered by ComEd and energy efficiency tips for a variety of industries including hotels, schools, factories and more. In a recent webinar held for the public sector (i.e., local government, municipalities, park districts, libraries), more than 100 customers registered – one of the largest registries for a customer-focused webinar in the company’s history.
  • Free Energy Assessments
If you’re a ComEd customer, you have opportunities to reduce your energy use with a FREE energy assessment for your home that includes free and discounted products.  Businesses are also eligible for a free facility assessment that offers recommendations on energy saving projects and identifies available incentives. When you request an assessment, you can choose to receive a virtual or an in-person assessment with a ComEd representative, who will wear personal protective equipment and practice social distancing.

ChiBizHub is closing out this month with a phenomenal webinar on October 28th at 3pm entitled, “Mentorship and the Importance of Professional Associations in the Age of COVID-19.”

Join us for a ChiBizHub Conversation on the importance of mentorship and professional associations in the age of COVID-19 featuring a panel of small business experts from the Tory Burch Foundation, 10,000 Small Businesses Goldman Sachs, and the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA).

To register for this event please visit:

Virtual Community Meeting for the Proposed Development at 1330-1364 W. Washington / 100-138 N. Ada / 1349-1389 W. Randolph

Please join 27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett, Jr. and the West Loop Community Organization (WLCO) for a virtual community meeting regarding the proposed development at 1330-1364 W Washington / 100-138 N. Ada / 1349-1389 W. Randolph.
Monday, October 19th, 2020
Registration required
The Applicant seeks a Zoning Map Amendment to create a planned development with three sub areas, from a C1-3 Neighborhood Commercial District to a DX-3 Downtown Mixed-Use District and then a Planned Development.

Please contact WLCO Executive Director Carla M. Agostinelli at or via telephone at 312.666.1991 with any comments, questions or concerns about the proposed development.