Who We Are

The Chicago Grand Neighbors Association (CGNA) is comprised of neighbors – your neighbors. Like you, they want a safer place for their kids to play and to walk their
dogs at night – A kept up neighborhood with clean streets and zoning that keeps
new homes and developments in keeping with the neighborhood – An easier way
to meet each other and to have a voice in their community. CGNA was formed to
provide a forum to accomplish all this – and more.

CGNA MAPAre you on our map? If you live within CGNA boundaries – Chicago, Damen, Ashland and Grand Avenues – please join us. It’s such a small commitment for such a rewarding experience of truly being part of a growing, thriving neighborhood.

CGNA Meetings: Please mark your calendar for our next meeting on Tuesday, November 18, 2014.
We meet at the Output Lounge – corner of Grand and Wood streets.

The CGNA Board

P.S. If you’d like to receive our monthly e-newsletter, learn more about CGNA, including upcoming meetings, events or how you can help support our neighborhood, please contact us at cgna@cgnaweb.org, or find us on Facebook.
 

To join, click on Membership now. We look forward to hearing from you!

5 Responses to Who We Are

  1. parnell says:

    What is the deal with the planned bus route on ashland ?We will lose one lane of traffic in each direction,lose parking and won’t be able to make left turns.I contacted the ald. but got no response.Any info would be appreciated. Thanks

  2. Bart says:

    Good video from WTTW on the new Bus Rapid Transit line: http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2013/05/01/bus-rapid-transit

  3. Eric Mueller says:

    please goto http://saveashland.com/ and vote. thanks

  4. M Borysewicz says:

    Please let me know what CGNA can do for residents displaced in the Ohio Street fire Sunday night?

    • CGNA says:

      Lyn Wolfson, President of CGNA has reached out to people to try to find out who owns the property and who was affected. She posted on CGNA Facebook page asking for volunteers to help organize how to help. One neighbor has volunteered to help find contact information and to help organize. Lyn will share with the community whatever she learns.

      CGNA is a community organization and it takes the participation of members of the community to help each other. The board is a governing body made up of volunteers who live in the community. It is people like you and all neighbors who must step up and help organize, help activate, participate in helping neighbors like the victims of this fire.

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