The North Lawndale Coordinating Council is a group of North Lawndale stakeholders, including community-based organizations, business owners, elected officials and individuals, that guide comprehensive planning and implementation in North Lawndale.
From a hub of industry to a base for the northern civil rights movement, North Lawndale is a culturally rich neighborhood with unique architectural character and historic significance. Located on the west side of the City of Chicago,
Left to right: Representative Arthur Turner, Dr. Dennis Deer, Rodney Brown, Valerie F. Leonard, Alderman Michael Scott, Jr. and Commissioner Robert Steele. It has been over 50 years since North Lawndale has had a comprehensive plan
We have partnered with CMAP to create a Neighborhood Plan that will provide stakeholders and residents with a single guide for improving the neighborhood’s built environment and quality of life.
Comprehensive planning is a process that determines community goals and aspirations in terms of community development. The outcome of comprehensive planning is the Comprehensive Plan which dictates public
We are always looking for new members. Please complete the application form to join a committee. Scroll down on the form below until you get to the questions, complete the application and hit “Send Form”.