Founded in 1947, the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce has grown into Chicago’s largest neighborhood chamber. The LPCC leads numerous initiatives in support of our mission – helping businesses in Lincoln Park succeed and grow. While the Lincoln Park neighborhood is defined as the area north of North Avenue, south of Diversey Parkway, west of the Lake Michigan and east of the Kennedy Expressway, members include businesses throughout the Chicago area.
The purposes of the Lincoln Park Association is a charitable organization with the purpose of improving the Chicago neighborhood bounded by Lincoln Avenue, North Avenue, Halsted Street, and the former Ogden Avenue, and uniting people within this neighborhood to build and maintain a secure and stable family neighborhood, to improve the physical and social condition of the community, and to undertake programs to foster accomplishment of these goals.
Mid-North Association (MNA) is a non-profit volunteer organization, established by residents in 1950 to protect and preserve the historical character and charm of our architecturally-rich community. Nestled in vibrant Lincoln Park, MNA’s twelve-block area is bounded by Chicago’s beautiful lakefront park (known as Lincoln Park), Fullerton Parkway, Lincoln Avenue and the Ogden Right-of-Way.
The Old Town Triangle Association is a community-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for residents who live in an area of the City of Chicago bounded by North Avenue, Clark Street, and the ghost of Ogden Avenue (“the Triangle”).
The Park West Community Association is an all-volunteer organization that is devoted to the service and well being of the community’s residents. Over a span of four decades, the Association has successfully dedicated itself to these goals through a number of proactive initiatives; among them, supplying financial support to key local institutions, undertaking civic actions on the community’s behalf, and producing social events that strengthen the bonds between the neighborhood’s residents. The Park West boundaries are from the east side of Halsted Street to Lakeview Avenue and the south side of Diversey Parkway to the north side of Fullerton Parkway.
The RANCH Triangle Community Conservation Association was founded in 1963 as a nonprofit community organization representing the residents and businesses within the borders of Racine Avenue, Armitage Avenue, North Avenue, the Chicago River, and Halsted Street. The triangle come from the configuration of the major streets in the area. The mission of the RANCH Triangle Community Conservation Association is to advocate for and on behalf of its residents to improve and sustain a high quality of city life, including responsible development, equal access to city services, involvement in charitable activities and advocacy, and to participate in the overall quality of life in the city of Chicago.
The Sheffield Neighborhood Association (SNA) was officially incorporated in 1959 as a non-profit community organization devoted to improving the Sheffield community. The Sheffield neighborhood is part of Lincoln Park, an area on the north side of the city of Chicago, Illinois. Sheffield is bounded by Armitage Avenue on the south, Fullerton Avenue on the north, Halsted Street on the east, and the Chicago River on the west. The Association is comprised of all neighborhood interests – residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional alike.
The Wrightwood Neighbors Association (WNA) was founded in 1962 to help enforce building codes and concerns for established properties in the area. Since that time, the WNA has evolved into one of the most viable neighborhood organizations in the City of Chicago, helping residents with a variety of social, civic and development issues that directly impact their lives. The Wrightwood Neighbors Association chartered area is Diversey Parkway to Fullerton Ave. and Halsted St. to Lakewood Ave.