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17th Ward Polling Places

17th Ward Polling Places list attached. Please note location change for 3 precincts.

Auburn Gresham | Authentic | Genuine | A Golden Opportunity

"Auburn Gresham, Authentic, Genuine, A Golden Opportunity"

17th Ward "Alderman on the Block"

Come out and meet your 17th Ward Alderman, Saturday, August 26th, corner of 76th Parnell, 9am - 10am.

Coordinator, Community Investment (Part-time) POSITION AVAILABLE

Chicago Cares, in partnership with the Greater Auburn-Gresham Development Corporation, is looking to immediately hire a Coodinator, Community Investment, to manage local on the ground volunteer projects. If you are interested or know of a resident, who would be great for our Auburn Gresham Chicago Cares volunteer coordinator postion, please contact nsanders@gagdc.org or call GADC office at 773.483.3696 and ask for Norma.

Join the Community at 17th Ward Quarterly Meeting Focus on Safety Saturday!

Alderman David Moore is hosting a quarterly commuity meeting, January 21, 2017, Barton Elementary School, 7650 S. Wolcott, 10:30am - 12:00. For more information please call 773-783-2672.

Quality of Life Plan Celebration of How Your Voice Matters Auburn Gresham!

Auburn Gresham community, come out and celebrate all your hard work contributing to Your Voice Matters Quality of Life Plan planning process. The first celebration of our collective works, will be held October 29, 2016, at the Salaam Restaurant & Bakery, 700 West 79th Street, from 10:00am to 12:00pm.

Auburn Gresham Honors Maggie Daley

The Auburn Gresham community would like to pay special tribute to Mrs. Maggie Daley and her constant support of Auburn Gresham youth through After School Matters.

GADC's Vision Newsletter - Summer 2011 (Special Edition)

Summer 2011 (Special Edition)

Mayor Richard M. Daley's 17th Ward Community Celebration

Mayor Richard M. Daley and his wife First Lady Maggie Daley visited the 17th Ward as part of his Neighborhood Appreciation Tour. He joined several community leaders and residents to announce the launch of the Bared Not Broken Football program. He also gave praise to his wife and helped her to celebrate the 20th anniversary of After Schools Matters.