Directory

Listing of organizations that provide information and/or services

relevant to building a more environmentally sustainable Edgewater.

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Cultural Org.

Chicago’s home for experimental arts and culture.

Nonprofit

A nonpartisan nonprofit working across the region to protect our most precious resource: the fresh, clean, and natural waters of the Great Lakes.

Business

Supporting small businesses in the Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago, IL.

Nonprofit

Local farmers market, located on Catalpa Ave. between Clark and Ashland.

Block Club

Nonprofit organization representing more than 30 buildings, including over 6000 homes, on Sheridan between Foster Ave. (5200 N) and West Sheridan Rd. (6400 N).

Voluntary Assoc.

A 501(c)(3) transportation advocacy organization that believes better infrastructure and service is critical for Chicago to be a safer, more equitable and more livable city.

Block Club

Business

Residential solar experts and installers serving Illinois and Wisconsin.

Professional Assoc.

Provider of industry-leading education, networking, and resources on sustainability and “green” real estate practices.

Cultural Org.

Living museum and conservation science center featuring 27 gardens and 4 natural areas, situated on 385 acres on and around nine islands, with six miles of lake shoreline.

Govt. Org.

Council with jurisdiction over legislation relating to the abatement of air, water and noise pollution; solid waste collection and disposal; recycling and reuse of wastes; conservation of natural resources; and with all other matters not specifically included dealing with the improvement of the quality of the environment and the conservation of energy.

Education

A program of the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, in collaboration with partners across the city, to recruit, train, and support a network of volunteers who work together to improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods through environmental service projects.

Nonprofit

A nonprofit organization committed to the creative reuse and redistribution of surplus materials for arts, non-profit, education in the Chicago area.

Govt. Org.

Large, non-emergency City department responsible for sanitation, recycling, street maintenance, rodent control, urban forestry, and more.

Govt. Org.

City department responsible for public way infrastructure, including planning, design, construction, maintenance and management.

Nonprofit

A coalition bringing together neighborhood-based, grassroots environmental justice organizations working throughout the Chicago metropolitan area in frontline communities.

Govt. Org.

Comprehensive regional planning organization for northeast Illinois, addressing transportation, housing, economic development, open space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues

Govt. Org.

Steward of more than 8800 acres of public green space, used to improve Chicagoans' quality of life through safe, inviting recreation and leisure opportunities.

Nonprofit

Nonprofit partner of Chicago parks, dedicated to supporting and conserving our city's parks to build a stronger community.

Nonprofit

A nonprofit org that champions environmentally and fiscally sound management of solid waste through research, education, and advocacy.