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16TH WARD SERVICE OFFICE
5411 S. Ashland Ave | Chicago, IL 60609
CITY HALL OFFICE
121 N. LaSalle, 3rd Flr | Chicago, IL 60602
17TH WARD SERVICE OFFICE:
1344 W 79th Street Chicago, IL 60636
Raymond A. Lopez
Ward Office:6412 S. Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60636
Office:4286 S. Archer Ave.
Chicago, IL 60632
City Hall Office:121 N. LaSalle
Chicago, IL 60602
700 East 79th Street
Chicago, Il 60619
Phone: (773) 891-5679
Jeanette B. Taylor
City Hall Office:121 N. La Salle
Chicago, IL 60602
Ward Office:5707 S. Wentworth
Chicago, IL 60621
NEIGHBORHOOD ENTREPRENEUR LAB
A tool to help find behavioral health and social service resources in Chicago
Neighborhood Business Development Centers (NBDCs)
NBDCs provide free hyper-local support to entrepreneurs and business owners through strong neighborhood network to help connect businesses to financial resources, business-to-business networking opportunities, employment and workforce development assistance and more. Find your local NBDC by visiting Chicago.gov/NBDC.
Chicago Business Centers (CBCs)
CBCs are eight Chicago-based business service organizations located in neighborhoods to serve as regional hubs providing free business licensing assistance and other resources for small businesses. The eight centers fill the current gap of local business resources, particularly for entrepreneurs in historically underserved locations and populations. To learn more, visit Chicago.gov/CBC.
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
The SBA empowers entrepreneurs and small business owners with the resources and support they need to start, grow or expand their businesses, or recover from a declared disaster. To learn more, visit SBA.gov.
BACP Business Education Webinars:
To view upcoming webinars, visit Chicago.gov/BusinessEducation.
To view past webinars, visit YouTube.com/ChicagoBACP.