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Added Apr 26 2018

The Chicago City Clerk's office launched the City Key ID program today. The new city ID will also act as a Ventra card and a library card. Cardholders can also receive an array of benefits at various businesses and organizations throughout the city. Residents can begin scheduling appointments with the City Clerk’s office to apply for a CityKey. The first 100,000 applicants will receive the card free of charge. Cards will be printed starting on Monday, April 30 at Kennedy King College’s W Building located at 6301 S. Halsted Street from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM. Additional mobile printing events will be taking place in neighborhoods across Chicago. I plan on hosting a representative from this program at the City Sticker sale in my office (4754 N. Milwaukee) on Friday, June 22, from 10 am to 2 pm. You can find additional mobile printing events by visiting key/how-apply/make-appointment/citykey-m obile-sites. The City Clerk has also compiled a list of answers to frequently asked questions. That list is available at

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April 26, 2018
    All the perks of Chicago's new CityKey ID card program
    Earlier today, the City of Chicago officially launched its CityKey municipal ID program, which allows Chicago residents to obtain a government-issued photo ID that can also be used as a library card and a Ventra card.

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