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Neighborhood FAQs

Government Services: Safety, Sanitation, and Transportation

Public Safety

Emergency Police, Fire and Medical Services: 911

City Services, Non-Emergency Police Services, City Programs and Event Information: 311 or

Chicago Fire Department – Engine 55 Station: 2714 N Halsted St, 60614.
Facebook: @CFD55, @OfficialChicagoFireDept

Chicago Police Department
19th District | 850 W. Addison, (312) 744-8320 or 911 for emergencies
Map of 19th District and Beats 1932 and 1935
19th District Crime Updates
Twitter: @ChicagoCAPS19

WNA Crime Prevention Committee


The City of Chicago Streets and Sanitation  has District and Ward Sanitation Offices throughout the city, responsible for:

  • Collecting residential garbage;
  • Operating the City’s Blue Cart Recycling Program;
  • Providing technical assistance and support for the City’s recycling initiatives;
  • Providing assistance for the development of city-wide waste reduction and management programs and policies; and
  • Coordinating street sweeping efforts for city main streets and side streets.

District and ward superintendents monitor their sections of the city for any non-sanitation bureau services that might be needed, reporting these to the appropriate bureau or outside agency for attention.

City Services, Non-Emergency Police Services, City Programs and Event Information: 311 or

Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation

Citywide: Call 311 or
2nd Ward, (312) 747-5054
43rd Ward,  (312) 742-2158

Blue Cart Recycling Program

Chicago is encouraging its residents and businesses to recycle using the “Blue Bin” trash cans for paper, tin, some plastics, cardboard, glass, and aluminum; and there is no sorting needed. View the City of Chicago’s guidelines here or the easy pocket guide here

Request Graffiti Removal from Graffiti Blasters

Started by Mayor Daley in 1993, Graffiti Blasters stepped up the battle against graffiti by offering a free removal service to private property owners. The Department of Streets & Sanitation’s crews remove this vandalism with “blast” trucks or paint crews.

Graffiti Blasters employs 13 “blast” trucks that use baking soda under high water pressure to erase painted graffiti from brick, stone and other mineral surfaces. They are celebrating their 15th anniversary this year! View more here.

Public Transportation

Chicago Department of Transportation
(312) 744-3600 

Chicago Transit Authority (CTA Trains & Buses)
(888) YOUR-CTA

Metra Commuter Rail System
(312) 322-6777 

Divvy Bike Sharing
(855) 553-4889

Elected Officials


Mayor Lori Lightfoot
121 N. LaSalle, 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60602 or call 311

2nd Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins or (312) 643-2299
1400 N. Ashland, Chicago, IL 60622

Michele Smith (43rd Ward) or (773) 348-9500
2523 N. Halsted, Chicago, IL 60614


Commissioner Bridget Gainer (10th District)
5533 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 5610-1010

Commissioner Bridget Degnen (12th District)
(312) 603-6380


Governor JB Pritzker 
James R. Thompson Center
100 W. Randolph, Chicago, IL 60601
(312) 814-2121

IL Senator Sara Feigenholtz (6th District)
3223 N. Sheffield, Ste. A
Chicago, IL 60657
(773) 296-4141

IL Representative Ann Williams (11th District)
1726 W. Belmont
Chicago, IL  60657
(773) 880-9082


US Senator Richard Durbin
230 S. Dearborn, Suite 3892, Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 353-4952

US Senator Tammy Duckworth
230 S. Dearborn, Suite 3900, Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 886-3506

US Representative Michael Quigley (5th District)
3742 W. Irving Park, Chicago, IL 60641
(773) 267-5926