Chicago Land Use: A Guide for Communities
Chicago Land Use: A Guide for Communities is the first publication of its kind. The chapters in this guide - and the workshops that accompany them - aim to provide individuals, communities, and neighborhoods with practical information on the policies, restrictions, and incentives related to the development and use of land in the City of Chicago. Ultimately, the goal is to empower readers to understand how they can influence and shape important decisions that impact their community.
Thank you Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP for your generous assistance laying out and designing this guidebook.
For more information, contact Cliff Helm at email@example.com.
Chapter 1: Chicago Zoning Basics
The Zoning 101 workshop for community members was held Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at the Chinatown Public Library. It was led by Dykema attorney C. Harrison Cooper and Chicago Lawyers’ Committee attorney Cliff Helm.
Chapter 2: Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
Community workshop @ The Hideout | January 29, 2019
This TIF workshop was led by Chicago Lawyers’ Committee attorney Cliff Helm and co-sponsored with Chicago United for Equity and Raise Your Hand Action. Click here for a livestream recording of the event, and download the PowerPoint presentation here.
Community workshop @ Leonard M. Louie Fieldhouse | February 21, 2019
This workshop on equitable development around “The 78” was led by Chicago Lawyers’ Committee, Pilsen Alliance, Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community (CBCAC), and the Institute for Housing Studies at DePaul University.
You can view Part 1 and Part 2 of the video livestream, and download the PowerPoint presentations from Chicago Lawyers’ Committee and the Institute for Housing Studies. More resources from this presentation: