Block Parties

 

BLOCK PARTY INFORMATION

Permits to close a street for the purpose of holding a block party may be requested by a resident of the block through the Alderman's office.  These permits are issued free of charge. Once approved, permits will be distributed to the applicant.

The below link will direct you to the form that can be used to request a block party permit. 

Completed applications are to be returned to the 45th Ward Office. 


Rules Regarding Block Party Permits Requests

  1. Requests for Block Party Permits from Aldermanic offices must be received by the Department of Transportation within three (3) business days prior to event to insure the permit is issued for the event.  Permits are issued on a first come, first served basis.

  2. Block Party Permits will not be issued on any Federal Aid Urban Streets (i.e., arterial streets) or on a bus route.

  3. Block Party Permits will not be issued for more than one (1) day in succession or to close any street for a commercial purpose.

  4. A block party permit will only be issued for a single block (intersection to intersection).

  5. Access to any parking spaces controlled by meters or pay boxes must be maintained at all times.

  6. In addition to the rules listed above, Block Party Permit requests may be denied by the Department of Transportation for the following reasons:

  • Incomplete application (missing information)

  • Traffic control issues

  • Issues related to other permits issued in the vicinity of the event

  • Public safety concerns

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45th Ward Office Hours:  Mondays: 8:30am-4:30pm  |  Tuesday: 8:30am-7:00pm  |  Wednesday-Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm  |  Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Address:  5425 West Lawrence Ave. Chicago, IL 60630​  |  Phone: 773.853.0799  |  Email: ward45@cityofchicago.org

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Alderman James M. Gardiner

of the 45th Ward