Irving Park Neighbors

Open Issues: 6 Closed Issues: 6,152 Acknowledged Issues: 591
Watching issues created after: 2014-03-26

For residents and business owners in the Irving Park neighborhood of Chicago

Notified About

  • Graffiti Removal Acknowledged
    3441 W. Cullom Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
    Gang graffiti
  • 4157 N. Bernard St. Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
    Gang graffiti on the side of a condo building
  • 3500 W. Cullom Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
    gang graffiti
  • 4201 N. Bernard St. Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
    Gang graffiti on side of residential building
  • 4300 N. Bernard St. Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
    Gang graffiti all over the side of this garage
  • 3721 W Cullom Chicago, Illinois - Irving Park
    Aggressive street-facing graffiti on Cullom, just east of Ridgeway
  • 4056 N. Kimball Ave. Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
    Gang graffiti on an alley garage.
  • San Code Archived
    3441 W. Belle Plaine Chicago, IL - Chicago Ward 33
    This apartment building, which has at least 16 units, only has one garbage bin and it is frequently overflowing. Neighbors have seen rats in the alley, which we suspect may be due to this problem. In addition, the residents of this building don't have anywhere to put their recycling and the leave it next to the garbage cart. The building owner has been observed fly dumping his recycling into residential homeowners bins across the alley.
  • 3530-3562 W Cullom Ave Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33
  • Bent street signs Acknowledged
    3436 W Belle Plaine Ave Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 33

    We have seen an uptick in gang activity and shootings in the area. Bent street signs are inflammatory messages between gangs and we would like them fixed ASAP.

    Thank you!

  • 4300 North Bernard Street Chicago, IL 60618, USA - Chicago Ward 33
    Gang graffiti that's been reported multiple times and needs to be taken down ASAP.
  • 4120 N. Springfield Ave. Chicago, Illinois - Irving Park
    There's a long line of potholes that's at least 20 feet long in the street of Springfield Avenue. They're just getting deeper as cars go over them.