Join us to hear from Chicago Superintendent of Police Eddie T. Johnson and Dr. Helen Neville about how Chicago’s community policing program strives to build trust, help reduce crime, and make our neighborhoods safer.
Chicago is a happening place, a place of fertile ideas. Let’s keep it up by listening to experts and discussing deep questions about topics that will be changing your world. Join for any or all of the following discussions:
Mayor Lori Lightfoot put a temporary halt on installing new water meters in June while the city evaluates the situation, as she promised during the mayoral campaign. The question: what is the administration doing now to address a permanent plan for removing the lead found in the drinking water of many homes built before 1986?
Take advantage of this unique opportunity! As the first 100 days of the newly elected City Council draws closer, City Bureau and Chicago United for Equity are holding workshops that take a closer look at our representatives.