project ID 38181
Dear Neighbor, 
   Yesterday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 the City of Chicago will move to Phase III, cautiously reopening. The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), industry leaders, labor leaders, and public officials, have developed industry-specific guidelines for safely operating within Phase III. These guidelines are part of the city's Be Safe Chicago framework that will be used to guide Chicago's reopening process amid COVID-19.
Within Phase III, the following industries are opening first with specific safety guidelines:
  • Childcare centers and family childcare
  • Non-lakefront parks (no contact sports)
  • Libraries and other city services
  • Office-based jobs, professional services, and real estate services
  • Hotels / lodging
  • Outdoor attractions (e.g., boating - not including the Playpen, non-Lakefront golf courses)
  • Non-essential retail
  • Personal services (e.g., hair/nail salons, barbershops, tattoo parlors)
  • Restaurants and coffee shops (outdoor dining only)
  • Manufacturing, construction, and warehousing
  • Hospitals, dentists, community mental health centers, and Federally Qualified Health Centers
  • Public transit, regional transit, taxis and rideshare
  • Gyms (outdoor and 1:1 personal training only)
For more information and industry specific guidelines *Click Here* 

Feed the Troops at the Covid19 Testing Center
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Have you performed your civic duty and completed the 2020 Census?
As of today's date, 65.5% of 41st Ward households have completed the 2020 Census, ranking us 2nd in Chicago.
Please set aside 10 minutes *CLICK  HERE* and help ensure that our communities receive proper funding for schools, hospitals, public safety, and strength in government. After you complete your census, please remind everyone you know to do the same.
The phone application will allow the Chicago Department of Public Health to communicate directly with Chicago residents who may be COVID-19 positive or experiencing symptoms, providing them with important information and guidance. For more information *Click Here*  



Business Resources
City of Chicago launches a PPE Market Place
The City of Chicago's Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market, powered by Rheaply, provides small businesses, community-based organizations, and not-for-profits a streamlined way to secure affordable supplies from verified sources. 
The City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection's FREE business education workshops are now available as WEBINARS! 
To register visit
Our local businesses desperately need our help! Many businesses have made adjustments to accommodate you during this crisis including free delivery and curbside pickup. For more information please contact:  
Edison Park Chamber of Commerce  
(773) 631-0063 |
Edgebrook / Sauganash Chamber of Commerce
(773) 545-9300 |
Norwood Park Chamber of Commerce
(773) 763-3606 |
Everyday Edgebrook
We will continue to update you as information becomes available to us. As a reminder, our ward office is closed to walk-ins. We will be answering phone calls and emails Monday through Friday 9 am. - 5 pm. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
41st Ward Office Contact
Phone: (773) 631-2241
Anthony Napolitano 
41st Ward Alderman  
Employment Opportunities
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41st Ward Service Office
7442 N. Harlem Ave.
Chicago, IL 60631
TEL: (773) 631-2241
FAX: (773) 631-2479

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