3 hours ago

Area around Lawndale/Leland Good for a Young Family?

Hello Albany Park!

We're looking to move to the neighborhood, and have found leads on a couple of places, one of the most promising being around the Lawndale/Leland area. Wondering if the community has any thoughts on how this area is suited to a couple with a 6 month old kid, all of whom commute on the CTA to work/daycare.

In general, do you consider this area safe? Would you take your kid for a walk around this part of the neighborhood? What grocery stores/restaurants are walkable? We've looked at the crime data and at some other resources, but would appreciate a local take on what it's like to live around here.

Any thoughts or feedback are appreciated. Thanks!

2 days ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Massive New School Proposed On Montrose — Community Meeting Thursday @ 6pm

On Thursday April 26 at 6pm there will be a community meeting about North Park Elementary’s plan to build a massive 63,000+ square foot school at their current location. This is three times the size of their existing structure. A related plan to more than double the enrollment will also be put into place. The meeting will take place at 2017 W. Montrose. Please attend if you want your voice heard.

Here are the proposed plans:

http://chicago47.org/wp-content/uploads/2017-W-Montrose-NPES-drawings-4-13-18.pdf

    http://chicago47.org
  • They may be better off looking for a new location to better fit the expanding needs similar to what Chicago Jewish Day School did. Even with their move still a traffic nightmare in morning. Before any institution or business goes in a traffic study should be required and ensure enough parking.

  • Gilbert T Ravenswood Local since 70's

    Yes the previous school did move. Proposed building is not contextual and does little to address parking/egress problems that will only increase. Ambitious plans to build and will they meet enrollment?

Apr 08 2017

Updated 5 hours ago

Medical appointment pick up

Does anyone know of any services that provide this in Chicago? All the ones I've seen online are or ambulatory care or geared toward people with disabilities or senior citizens. I'm neither. I'm having a small surgical procedure done under anesthesia and I need to find someone to pick me up. I don't have any family locally and no one else that is able to help. The surgery center will not allow me to use an Uber or taxi and...

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Does anyone know of any services that provide this in Chicago? All the ones I've seen online are or ambulatory care or geared toward people with disabilities or senior citizens. I'm neither. I'm having a small surgical procedure done under anesthesia and I need to find someone to pick me up. I don't have any family locally and no one else that is able to help. The surgery center will not allow me to use an Uber or taxi and want me to provide a name of someone they can call when I am ready to be released. I'm looking for services similar to these two (links below) but neither are in Chicago. I don't need any special car or services. With the size of the city, you'd think they'd have something here but I can't find anything. As I start to get older, I do worry that I'll need this more often. Any ideas are appreciated.

www.discreetchaperone.com/services

www.appointmentcompanions.com

  • future alderman future alderman

    i am going to look into this because i am not only in the same boat as others but think these rules are insane!

  • Question to those seeking assistance: would one solution be to have a person go with you and wait for your release, leave the facility with you and ride along in a taxi/uber/lyft along with you, then go their own way once you're deposited at your door?

19 hours ago

Updated 6 hours ago

Keep A Lookout For Robber

I was almost mugged taking out my trash on Wednesday, April 18th in the alley behind the 3500 block of Wolfram St between the 2800 block of Milwaukee Ave.

The man is somewhere between 5’10 and 6’0, African American with very dark skin, a black leather coat and a dark gray beanie. He has a nice complexion (no pock marks or acne) and does not appear to be homeless or on drugs. His clothing was actually pretty nice.

I called...

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I was almost mugged taking out my trash on Wednesday, April 18th in the alley behind the 3500 block of Wolfram St between the 2800 block of Milwaukee Ave.

The man is somewhere between 5’10 and 6’0, African American with very dark skin, a black leather coat and a dark gray beanie. He has a nice complexion (no pock marks or acne) and does not appear to be homeless or on drugs. His clothing was actually pretty nice.

I called the cops and they showed up within 2 minutes but we could not find him. I’m not sure if he was armed because he had his hands in his pockets so he either was and didn’t want to flash the gun or wasn’t and wanted me to think that he was.

Be careful out there everyone and keep your head on a swivel.

  • Just asking, no disrespect,...how were you almost mugged? You said he kept his hands in his pockets. Did he say anything or approach you? But thank you for the heads-up!

  • Same question.

5 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Woman sexually assaulted in the brown line

A 20-year-old woman was standing on the platform at the Brown Line’s Francisco station on Thursday night when a man approached her, began kissing her and sexually assaulted her, Chicago police said.

The attacked happened around 10:40 p.m. at the station at 4648 N. Francisco Ave. in the Ravenswood Manor neighborhood on the Northwest Side.

The news said she wasn’t getting on a train but rather she was playing Pokémon Go....at 1040pm?!

12 hours ago

22 hours ago

Updated 16 hours ago

Gun Dealer Licensing Act (SB1657)

The General Assembly is back to work in Springfield today and we have a historic opportunity override Gov. Rauner’s veto of SB 1657, the Gun Dealer Licensing Act. But, we need you to get it done by calling and emailing your legislators today.

Gun violence is an everyday problem in Chicago and it's fueled by crime guns traced back to Illinois gun dealers. Contact your lawmaker NOW. It’s their one job to keep our families and communities safe. Click image to watch a video and send an email right now.

https://ilgvp.com/ouronejob/

    #OurOneJob - Illinois Gun Violence Prevention Coalition
    Governor Rauner has vetoed the Gun Dealer Licensing Act (SB1657). It's now up to your state legislators to override the veto. Any child killed from gun violence impacts every parent. Sadly, injuries from gun violence are the leading cause of death for children in Illinois.
    https://ilgvp.com
  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

    Every day for the past five years, Sandy Hook Promise has been doing everything we possibly can to prevent more tragedies like the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.

    Now, students across the country are stepping up to power a new surge of momentum for meaningful change. They're not just demanding...

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    Every day for the past five years, Sandy Hook Promise has been doing everything we possibly can to prevent more tragedies like the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.

    Now, students across the country are stepping up to power a new surge of momentum for meaningful change. They're not just demanding adults take action to protect them from gun violence – they're eager to lead efforts to prevent tragedies from happening in their own schools and communities, too.

    That's why we're working so hard to encourage more students to create SAVE Promise Clubs – where young people are empowered with the tools to help prevent gun violence and sustain efforts to make their schools and communities safer.

    This is one very real way we can help prevent tragedies before they tear more communities apart, so please: Can we count on you to help bring a SAVE Promise Club to your local school and empower students to save lives?

    Click this link to learn more about how to bring a SAVE Promise Club to your local school to empower students to help prevent gun violence and save lives in their communities.

    https://www.sandyhookpromise.org/savepromiseclub

    Students are seizing this moment to push for real change, and it's up to us to support them. By working together, I know we will prevent more tragedies from happening.

    Paula Fynboh
    National Field and Programs Director

    P.S. Would you also forward this message to anyone you know who works in a school? The more people we can encourage to empower young people in their communities to make change, the more tragedies we can prevent and the more lives we can save from gun violence.

3 days ago

Updated 22 hours ago

Saving Parking Spaces. Wonder why it's hard to find a parking space?

Once in a while you see someone park in the middle of 2 spaces and then later come and bring another vehicle and move the first vehicle back to make room for the other vehicle. It's hard to find parking and then you have people saving spaces or parking their business trucks on residential streets or vehicles that have been left for weeks in the same spot.

  • Yes it bad but when u get home & cars from the brewery are parked on the side streets. Plus some houses have more than 1 car. I feel the brewery need to buy lot next to it & have a lot & or permit parking.

  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

    Neighborhood Dad is correct. At a CAPS meeting, it was explained that your call to 911 goes to an operator who takes the information. That information goes to a dispatcher. The dispatcher assigns the police.

    If it's a crime in progress, it goes to the top of the list. A...

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    Neighborhood Dad is correct. At a CAPS meeting, it was explained that your call to 911 goes to an operator who takes the information. That information goes to a dispatcher. The dispatcher assigns the police.

    If it's a crime in progress, it goes to the top of the list. A parked car problem is down the list. You may need to call more than once to get to a time when the dispatcher has police available.

    The city should have something similar to "meter maids" who are sent out to tickets or inspect the cars parked over seven days or otherwise parked illegally. . Trained police officers aren't needed for this.

4 days ago

Updated 29 hours ago

Wilson/St.Louis - does anyone have advice on the area?

Hi all - I’m looking to move to Wilson/St. Louis and have a few questions for anyone who lives near there -

1. I’ve looked at crime reports for the area and there are definitely incidents but it doesn’t seem like the area is ravaged in crime - do you feel safe walking/parking at all times of the day? Obviously won’t be coming home too often in the middle of the night but still something to consider. I do a...

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Hi all - I’m looking to move to Wilson/St. Louis and have a few questions for anyone who lives near there -

1. I’ve looked at crime reports for the area and there are definitely incidents but it doesn’t seem like the area is ravaged in crime - do you feel safe walking/parking at all times of the day? Obviously won’t be coming home too often in the middle of the night but still something to consider. I do a lot of walking/running in the middle of the day which is also something on my mind.

2. How is parking for you? I see most of it is permit parking but still looks busy. Also, how is parking for guests?

3. What do you love best about the neighborhood?

Thank you so much!

  • ward greenleaf Smokey and the Bandit, Hooper, Cannonball Run...

    Get rid of the slumlord Gary C and watch the troublemakers go somewhere else

  • That's Albany Park and there's been problems there for quite a few years now.

Mar 27

Updated 2 days ago

Override Rauner's repeal of gun shop licensing law

Tomorrow, the Illinois House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the Gun Dealer Licensing Act — an important public safety bill that Governor Rauner recently vetoed. Ahead of the hearing they're collecting "Witness Slips" — which are basically signatures in support of or in opposition to the bill.

Follow the instructions below to submit your witness slip and help us get over the top.

http://act.everytown.org/go/68471?t=14&akid=91263%2E1454441%2E-MSUft

Open up this link to the witness slip page on the General Assembly's website....

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Tomorrow, the Illinois House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the Gun Dealer Licensing Act — an important public safety bill that Governor Rauner recently vetoed. Ahead of the hearing they're collecting "Witness Slips" — which are basically signatures in support of or in opposition to the bill.

Follow the instructions below to submit your witness slip and help us get over the top.

http://act.everytown.org/go/68471?t=14&akid=91263%2E1454441%2E-MSUft

Open up this link to the witness slip page on the General Assembly's website.
Enter your information on the IDENTIFICATION section of the form.
Feel free to leave the REPRESENTATION part of the form blank.
On the POSITION section, select "On SB 1656 and HB 1273" as the subject matter, check the "Proponent" radio button (see screenshot below).
Select “Record of Appearance Only” in the TESTIMONY part of the form (also in screenshot).
Agree to the terms of agreement and click the create slip button (you'll need to complete the captcha in order to successfully submit).

SUBMIT YOUR WITNESS SLIP TO THE IL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Send your Witness Slip to the IL General Assembly
Screenshot of the POSITION and TESTIMONY sections of the form.

We have a fighting chance of overriding Governor Rauner's veto of a bill that passed the General Assembly with bipartisan support — but it's going to take each of us speaking out to fight back against the gun lobby's dangerous agenda.

Thanks for being a committed member of the movement!

Illinois Legislative Team
Everytown for Gun Safety

    Witness Slip
    Dashboard for the Illinois General Assembly
    http://my.ilga.gov
  • Lesson liberals and progressive taught this gun owner

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vrkVwUEcAc&frags=wn

  • So much for honesty of a lead anti gunner…

    “Assault weapons .. are a new topic. The weapons’ menacing looks, coupled with the public’s confusion over fully automatic machine guns versus semi-automatic assault weapons—anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to be a machine gun—can only increase the...

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    So much for honesty of a lead anti gunner…

    “Assault weapons .. are a new topic. The weapons’ menacing looks, coupled with the public’s confusion over fully automatic machine guns versus semi-automatic assault weapons—anything that looks like a machine gun is assumed to be a machine gun—can only increase the chance of public support for restrictions on these weapons. — Josh Sugarmann (executive director and founder of the Violence Policy Center (VPC). Prior to founding the VPC, Sugarmann was a press officer in the national office of Amnesty International USA and was the communications director for the National Coalition to Ban Handguns.

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4 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Anyone know what happened here and can share?

Anyone know what happened here and can share?

  • ward greenleaf Smokey and the Bandit, Hooper, Cannonball Run...

    Had a foid, not a ccl

  • What's to know?

    Probably got stopped by the police for public intoxication (i.e., acting the fool), and they found that he had a concealed weapon. That was enough to write him up.

    Society can't tolerate drunks carrying guns.

    FOID or CCL holder should know better. IF he had one, I hope he doesn't have it anymore.

  • If you can legally carry, you are in violation if you are .08 or higher.

2 days ago

Jun 25 2016

Updated 2 days ago

Cleaning person

hi, looking for recos for a cleaning person. I'm pretty clean/neat, looking for an occasional person to come in and do the dusting, floors et al. Thanks in advance.

  • Mjs cleaning services and organization mariajuarez286@gmail.com 3124592622

  • Hi! Is Teresa still cleaning houses? I am looking for someone reasonable to clean our home in Albany Park. Please let me know. Thanks:)

Sep 21 2016

Updated 2 days ago

house keeper wanted

I am just recovering from an illness and am in need of a cleaning person once a month. it's a small house in north park. please contact kay at: kathy.finn@att.net
thanks

    att.net
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  • KM Like to know what's going on in the neighborhood

    Hi Kay, I have someone that I've been using for years at least once a month. Her name is Nelia. She does a great job for my place. She is also reliable and down to details. I'll forward your email to her so she can contact you directly.

    I hope you have a speedy recovery!

  • Hi! I am looking for a someone reasonable to clean our home in Albany Park once a month. Is Nelia still cleaning homes and perhaps looking for mor business?

3 days ago

Feb 22

Updated 4 days ago

Silverstein Petition to Ban Sale of Assault Weapons in Illinois

Long-time gun safety advocate State Senator Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) has introduced a measure to address the sale of assault weapons, such as the AR-15, that have been used in countless mass shootings in America.

Senate Bill 3297 will make it illegal to sell assault weapons in Illinois. The legislation spells out which weapons are included in the definition of assault weapons and also includes the sale of so-called “large capacity ammunition feeding devices” of more than 10 rounds in a...

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Long-time gun safety advocate State Senator Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) has introduced a measure to address the sale of assault weapons, such as the AR-15, that have been used in countless mass shootings in America.

Senate Bill 3297 will make it illegal to sell assault weapons in Illinois. The legislation spells out which weapons are included in the definition of assault weapons and also includes the sale of so-called “large capacity ammunition feeding devices” of more than 10 rounds in a single magazine, belt or drum.

If you share Sen. Silverstein's concerns about gun safety in our state, particularly in light of the mass shootings in Florida, Texas and Las Vegas, please provide your contact information to stay updated on this legislation and other gun safety bills the senator sponsors. Thanks.

http://tinyurl.com/y8a3234p

    Silverstein Petition to Ban Sale of Assault Weapons in Illinois
    Long-time gun safety advocate State Senator Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) has introduced a measure to address the sale of assault weapons, such as the AR-15, that have been used in countless mass shootings in America. Senate Bill 3297 will make it illegal to sell assault weapons in Illinois.
    http://docs.google.com
  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

    The response I got from Sen. Durbin:

    Dear Mr. Kastigar:

    Thank you for contacting me regarding gun violence and access to guns in our country. I appreciate hearing from you, and I share your concerns.

    Over 30,000 Americans are killed by guns each year, and this violence takes a devastating...

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    The response I got from Sen. Durbin:

    Dear Mr. Kastigar:

    Thank you for contacting me regarding gun violence and access to guns in our country. I appreciate hearing from you, and I share your concerns.

    Over 30,000 Americans are killed by guns each year, and this violence takes a devastating toll on families and communities. I support sensible gun safety laws that will help reduce the number of gun deaths in America. I support measures such as universal background checks to keep guns out of the hands of convicted felons, mentally unstable individuals, and domestic abusers. An overwhelming majority of Americans know this is just common sense. I also support efforts to crack down on illegal gun trafficking and straw purchasing, and to limit the civilian use of high-capacity ammunition magazines that have been used by mass shooters to cause enormous harm.

    We can and must do more to keep guns out of the hands of those who would misuse them, and we can do so while protecting the right of law-abiding citizens to use guns in a responsible and legal way for sport, hunting, and self-defense. My wife and I grew up in families of hunters. We know the rite of passage when a parent takes his child out into the woods and teaches him or her to shoot. The hunters I know are good people who love the sport and hate the people who use firearms to terrorize and kill.

    (continued)

  • Bob Kastigar 15 Years North Park, bike rider, retired

    (continuation of response from Sen Durbin )

    Gun violence is a complicated problem, and there is no one solution that will stop all the tragic shootings. Reducing this violence will require dedicated efforts by families, community leaders, law enforcement, employers, faith leaders, and elected officials to prevent guns from falling...

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    (continuation of response from Sen Durbin )

    Gun violence is a complicated problem, and there is no one solution that will stop all the tragic shootings. Reducing this violence will require dedicated efforts by families, community leaders, law enforcement, employers, faith leaders, and elected officials to prevent guns from falling into the wrong hands and to address the conditions which create violence. Unfortunately, in recent years common-sense legislation to prevent gun violence has been blocked in Congress by well-funded political organizations. But I’m not giving up. I will continue to work to ensure the federal government helps address violent crime in our communities.

    Thank you again for contacting me. Please feel free to keep in touch.

    Sincerely,

    Richard J. Durbin
    United States Senator

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Apr 14

Updated 4 days ago

Really going to miss Sears Store at Irving Park and Cicero.

Heard they're going to close in July this year.

  • nmm1 Chicagoan

    I bought my leather wallets, gardening tools, mattresses, TVs & Blu-ray from Sears. I bought Dad’s clothes from Sears. It was hard to find reasonably priced casual well made men’s clothes until I went to Sears. I wanted to buy my stackable washer & dryer from Sears but they didn’t have what I was looking for. I have a friend who liked to buy her work blazers there. Sears did alot of things well. I will miss the department stores. It was a different experience.

  • I will miss Carson's very much too. I think part of the problem is people don't have a lot of extra money to spend.

6 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Free queen mattress set

I have a queen size mattress with box spring that is in pretty good condition so I'm hoping to give it away rather than throw it out. Let me know if you want it and when you can pick it up. Thanks.

  • SarahJ Nanny

    The mattress is no longer available. Anybody know how to remove a post on this site?

5 days ago

5 days ago

Apr 16

Updated 5 days ago

Moving to Lawrence & Spaulding?

Went to this area this weekend to look at a room and I liked the place and the hood. I walked around a bit, seemed like a cool diverse area. I’m aware there’s gangs in the hood.. I’m not worried about that.. it’s Chicago..Just want to get your opinions on this area. I’m a young black male. If that adds anything. I saw virtually no blacks. Which is fine as well.

  • Adrian A. Albany Park resident, educator, dog owner, parent

    I live right around the corner on Leland and love the neighborhood! Lots of long-time residents who are very neighborly and invested in preserving a (multicultural) sense of community. Proximity to the brown line is great, too. Parking right now is a hot mess because of the construction, but in 5 years or so, when that's all done (j/k), it should be fine. ;)

  • Todd P Parent, Teacher

    If you were on the north side of Lawrence, you were looking on my block. It's fine. Not a super-chatty block - people come and go from the multi-unit buildings and the condos on the corner, so I know few people by name despite being here 10+ years. But everyone's...

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    If you were on the north side of Lawrence, you were looking on my block. It's fine. Not a super-chatty block - people come and go from the multi-unit buildings and the condos on the corner, so I know few people by name despite being here 10+ years. But everyone's always been polite, no trouble-makers or weird stuff going on. Pretty diverse crowd - our upstairs tenants are black, FWIW. Safety-wise, it's a quiet corner of Albany Park. No visible shady stuff going on at night. It's still the city, of course... know your surroundings, don't be stupid, etc. My only beef with the neighborhood is the lack of green space. I'd love a decent park.

    If you move in, shoot me a message and you can join us for a movie and pizza some Friday night.

6 days ago

Apr 18

Apr 17

PSA: 4600 block of Monticello the city is towing Cars

The city is towing cars on the 4600 Block of Monticello. There are no parking signs posted for the water main work, but they just went up yesterday.

Apr 16

20yr old shot in 3500 block of Belmont

Apparently he didn’t make it based off the questions the police were asking but can’t confirn.he was in a mid size suv so guessing someone on foot from our neighborhood got em. R.i.p

Apr 12

Updated Apr 15

Lost Cat

My cat, Quincy, has been missing for about 2 days. We last saw him near Barry heading south on Kedzie. Any info is appreciated!

  • So glad to hear Quincy is home! And safe and sound!
    Those rascals! Always looking for an adventure, and sometimes they find one....!
    They scare the bejeezus out of us when they're missing, but it's too hard to scold them when they're found, because you're just so darned relieved to have them back.
    Glad he's home.

  • hooray, he is home.

Apr 15

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Apr 10

Updated Apr 12

Women's underwear?

Guys, we are demo-ing our basement, and we found these weird small plastic bags of women's underwear stuffed into the ceiling insulation. Do we have a Dateline situation in our ceiling? What do you think the police station would do if I walked in with underwear and told them I had concerns?

When we were tearing down a wall in the kitchen, we also found a pink pair of women's underwear and some heineken bottles. We just laughed it off. But maybe we shouldn't have?

Why is pink women's underwear hidden in our ceilings?

  • Thank you eyeinthesky, that is helpful.

    It just occurred to me that they also had a large freezer in the garage when we first looked at the house..

    ..but they also owned a restaurant..

  • paul in jefferson jefferson park resident

    Give them to Anthony Hairbrain.

Apr 09

Updated Apr 12

Found a small chihuahua in my backyard .

He has a small collar with no name. If he"s yours please contact me

  • BettyR Northcenter

    (Ms. Monty, I just noticed your profile picture. That puppy is too adorable!)

  • Please contact the staff person at the store at the corner of Winnemac and Western. Someone in his building is looking for a chihuahua!

Apr 11

Updated Apr 12

Dog collar found

Just found this in Eugene Park, next to the basketball court. I tried calling the phone #, but its not working. If anyone knows the dog or the owner please let me know. Thanks.

Apr 12

Apr 10

A guide to 100-plus trivia nights in Chicago

3135 W. Montrose Ave., 773-681-0341

2922 W. Irving Park Road, 773-866-2010

This article has 107 other Chicago locations (Show)

2683 N. Halsted St., 773-348-9800

2532 W. Chicago Ave., 773-384-0701

958 W. Belmont Ave., 773-388-1574

4264 N. Lincoln Ave., 773-281-1007

2934 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-770-0700

4328 W. Irving Park Road, 773-725-1800

3358 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-404-2151

2105 S. State St., 312-949-0120

221 N. LaSalle Drive, 312-739-3900

2027 W. North Ave., 773-661-2182

343 S. Dearborn St., 773-216-3213

5401 N. Broadway, 773-944-1109

3553 N. Southport Ave., 773-325-0123

20 W. Division St., 312-787-4318

4620 N. Lincoln Ave., 773-961-8946

1935 W. Chicago Ave., 312-243-5600

420 W. Diversey Parkway, 773-549-9090

1330 W. Morse Ave., 773-654-1565

1942 W. Division St., 773-681-5236

3010 N. Broadway, 773-327-5101

1934 W. Irving Park Road, 773-871-3757

3441 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-666-5450

755 S. Clark St., 312-224-1772

5400 N. Clark St., 773-784-6969

1458 W. Taylor St., 312-226-3951

4000 N. Sheridan Road, 773-348-9600

2200 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-697-4576

546 N. Wells St., 312-973-7792

325 N. Jefferson St., 312-648-0100

5215 S. Harper Ave., 773-643-8008

661 N. Clark St., 312-335-8121

3032 N. Lincoln Ave., 872-802-0111

1559 Milwaukee Ave., 773-360-7692

2646 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-342-5555

2909 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-935-7500

3101 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-883-4400

950 W. Webster Ave., 773-549-8200

650 N. Dearborn St., 312-265-0768

4356 N. Leavitt St., 773-279-4900

1516 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-252-1155

6334 N. Clark St., 773-942-6344

1635 N. Damen Ave., 773-384-3555

2100 W. Irving Park Road, 773-478-2100

1758 W. Grand Ave., 312-929-2515

204 N. Halsted St., 312-997-3100

2535 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-486-0011

960 W. 18th St., 312-666-8601

952 W. Addison St., 773-929-1441

1332 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-904-8615

1970 N. Lincoln Ave., 312-642-0007

935 W. Webster Ave., 773-975-8030

9 W. Hubbard St., 312-644-0004

3407 N. Paulina Ave., 773-871-1200

1617 N. Wells St., 312-944-1617

3030 N. Racine St., 773-528-4400

3801 N. Ashland Ave., 773-348-2767

3634 W. Belmont Ave., 773-754-8341

5024 N. Sheridan Road, 773-728-5511

1932 W. Division St., 773-278-1919

420 W. Belmont Ave., 773-248-6654

3937 N. Lincoln Ave., 773-528-3700

2356 W. Cullom Ave., 773-588-1110

2000 W. Roscoe St., 773-697-7965

1645 W. Cortland St., 773-862-7877

2630 N. Clark St., 773-248-3900

810 W. Diversey Parkway, 773-525-2515

100 W. Grand Ave., 312-836-0066

3701 N. Broadway, 773-549-0226

1448 N. Wells St., 312-664-5264

1938 W. Chicago Ave., 773-235-3483

1560 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-227-9339

3215 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-525-9696

1800 S. Racine Ave., 312-226-7427

2577 N. Clark St., 312-257-2599

1367 W. Erie St., 312-374-3487

2048 W. Armitage Ave., 773-227-6700

1736 S. Michigan Ave., 312-235-1400

1020 W. Lawrence Ave., 312-841-7149

3204 W. Armitage Ave., 773-360-8896

2211 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-687-9135

2642 N. Lincoln Ave., 773-871-1600

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1953 N. Sedgwick St., 312-337-7900

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2230 N. California Ave., 773-252-1110

201 N. Clinton St., 312-212-5463

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Apr 05

Updated Apr 09

Found Pug is Home Already

Thanks for the suggestions. Turns out one of my neighbors was dog sitting for a friend. Oscar the speed demon took off down the alley and went out of sight. He is now home safe with his dad sitter. Thanks again.

  • so glad he is home.

  • MetroCyclist Food Crazy 9YR Inde Park/Albany Park Resident.

    Glad to hear that Oscar made it home safely! This could easily happen to anyone. Nonetheless, it might be the last time that friend will be dog sitting!

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