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39th Ward Newsletter
March 15, 2021

Dear Neighbor,

I will be hosting a 39th Ward Community Safety Town Hall on Tuesday, March 23rd at 6:30 p.m. Please sign up to attend using this link or the link below. The surge in violence our ward has seen in the past week is unacceptable. Last week, I requested additional officers and resources from Chicago Police Superintendent Brown and Mayor Lightfoot. On Friday night, additional officers were deployed to the 39th Ward and will remain until further notice. 

Recently, I sent a letter to Chicago Postmaster Wanda Prater outlining the issues our ward has been experiencing with mail delivery. Following the letter, Postmaster Prater’s Office responded and assured my office they are working through mail delivery issues. Please submit mail delivery complaints here. We continue tracking missed and delayed delivery and share them directly with the Chicago Postmaster. 

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are still available for Seniors 65 and older who are Chicago residents at the United Center. If you are 65 and older, please register by calling 312.746.4835. Residents who are 1a, 1b, or have underlying conditions are also eligible and can register for an appointment online at

The United Center mass vaccination site is located at 1724 W. Madison. Onsite parking is available, and a drive-thru option will be available later this month.

While we continue making progress in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, we must all keep wearing masks, watch our distance, and wash our hands to keep each other safe. 

The 39th Ward Public Service Office is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. While the office is open for walk-ins, appointments are encouraged. You can schedule an appointment by calling or emailing our office. Should you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us at 773.736.5594 or via email at

Very truly yours,

Alderman Samantha Nugent
39th Ward Updates
Community Safety Town Hall
On Tuesday, March 23rd, at 6:30 p.m. I will be hosting a virtual Community Safety Town Hall. Please click below to register for the town hall. 
Community Safety Town Hall
CAPS Meetings
We encourage all residents to attend CAPS meetings. Find your District and Beat here. Click below for the meeting schedules for CAPS meetings in the 16th and 17th Districts.
16th District CAPS Meetings
17th District CAPS Meetings
State of the Ward Address
On Wednesday, March 10th, I was joined by Mayor Lori Lightfoot at my annual State of the Ward address, hosted by the 39th Ward Chambers of Commerce. We discussed how our business community has persevered through the pandemic and how the City can assist through this "new normal."
On Tuesday, March 9th, I met with representatives from Jesus House Chicago For All to discuss church growth and community service. Learn more about Jesus House here.
Neighborhood Reminder
Street Sweeping is just around the corner! Sweeping season begins April 1st. The Department of Streets and Sanitation will be releasing the schedule soon. 
Lights, Camera, Action!
The CHI is filming in the 39th Ward this week! No parking is in effect from Sunday, March 14th, at 10 p.m. through Thursday, March 18th, at 10 p.m. on the following blocks:
  • The west side of N. Knox Ave., from W. Leland Ave. to W. Wilson Ave.
  • The east side of N. Knox Ave., from 4619 N. Knox Ave. to W. Wilson Ave.
Chipotle Fundraiser
Friends of Sauganash PTO
Friends of Sauganash PTO will be hosting a fundraiser at Chipotle (5373 Touhy Ave) on Monday, March 22nd, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Click here to learn how to participate. 
Yours Truly
Albany Park Theater Project
Albany Park Theater Project is launching Yours Truly, an immersive theater experience in an envelope! Join Yours Truly and you will exchange five handwritten letters with a high school student. Click below for more information and to sign up.
Join Yours Truly
Announcements from the City of Chicago
CDPH Town Hall
Monday, March 15th, 6 p.m.
The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) is hosting an Essential Worker Town Hall for 1b and 1c essential workers. Tune into Facebook on Monday, March 15th at 6 p.m. to watch the town hall live. 
Watch Town Hall Live
CPS Town Hall
Tuesday, March 16th, 5 p.m.
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) will be hosting a town hall Tuesday, March 16th, at 5 p.m. for elementary school students and families to learn more about in-person learning and provide input. Click below to register for the town hall.
Register for Town Hall
Now Hiring!
United States Postal Service
The United States Postal Office (USPS) is now hiring! USPS offers its team members variety, training, and mobility. They have specific programs for recent grads and skills matching for applicants with military experience. To learn more about careers at USPS, click below. 
USPS Careers
Make Your Voice Heard
20th District Roundtables
State Senator Cristina Pacione-Zayas will be hosting roundtables to hear from her constituents on policy issues. Roundtables are charged with informing the legislative agenda for the 20th District by helping to define policy priorities, refine positions on legislation, and co-author legislation. Click below to learn how to participate.
20th District Roundtables
Hope Inside 
Free Financial Literacy Program
Chicago Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin and Operation HOPE have partnered together to present "HOPE Inside," a free financial literacy program for residents and small business owners. Throughout March, free workshops will be available to residents and business owners. Click below to learn more and register.
Register for Hope Inside
BACP Survey
Make your voice heard! The Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection wants to learn about your experience operating a taxi, ride-hail, or livery vehicle. Click here to take a 15-minute survey to share your feedback. 
2021 Hydrant Permit Program
Department of Water Management 
The Department of Water Management's (DWM) Hydrant Permit Program allows access to bulk water using fire hydrants on a temporary basis. In partnership with neighborhood and advocacy groups, DWM is developing the 2021 Hydrant Permit Program for urban growers and gardeners. To learn about the program, click here.
Veterans Crisis Line
The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource available to any Veteran, even if they are not enrolled in VA health care or registered with VA. The Veterans Crisis Line can connect Veterans to their local suicide prevention coordinators, who will follow up and coordinate care. If you or someone you know needs help, call 1.800.273.8255 and press 1.
Advance Directives and Estate Planning
On Tuesday, March 16th, at 5:30 p.m., the Center for Disability & Elder Law and Pride Action Tank is hosting a webinar on securing your future with advance directives and estate planning. Click here to learn more and register. 
Now Hiring!
SASI Home Care, a Chicago nonprofit organization, is in need of caregivers. SASI offers a competitive wage and provides training and support that enables caregivers to perform their best. To learn more and how to apply, click here.
Greater West Town Recruitment Fairs
Throughout March, Greater West Town is holding five Virtual Recruitment Fairs. Vocational programs consist of students attending classes in-person three days a week and online two days a week. To learn more and register, click here
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