The Chicago Police, city tow trucks, street sweepers, garbage trucks, tree trimmers and building inspectors will be out in force in the Pottawattomie Park area this Friday, June 8th for Operation CLEAN (City services,Law Enforcement And Neighbors).
Operation CLEAN delivers city services in a concentrated fashion to a designated neighborhood in an effort to tackle neighborhood conditions that can breed crime, including problem buildings, abandoned vehicles, fly dumping, broken street lights and graffiti. The various city departments will try to address all the outstanding city service requests in that area as well as target troubled buildings for thorough inspections.
If you have any outstanding city service requests, please forward them to my office before 6 p.m. today (Thursday) and we will forward them to the Operation CLEAN crews.
Friday’s Operation CLEAN will concentrate in the area bounded by Howard Street, Touhy Avenue, Ridge Boulevard and Clark Street.
The effort begins with an outdoor roll call of the 24th District Police, 10 a.m., Friday, at the Pottawattomie Park parking lot, 7340 N. Rogers. Please join us as we strive for a safer and cleaner neighborhood.