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About Rogers Park

For some it’s the abundance of beaches, for some it’s the great values in vintage apartments, for some it’s the diversity and culture that comes from its location between two universities. No one can say quite for sure what it is that makes Rogers Park uniquely Rogers Park.

Rogers Park is one of the most culturally and economically diverse neighborhoods in Chicago and the nation.  Located in the far northeast corner of the city, more than 80 languages are spoken among the community’s 63,000 residents. In Rogers Park, people celebrate diversity and value harmonious living. Residents of differing incomes and ages live side-by-side and work together to build a community where everyone, can live, work and succeed.  “In a city made famous for an accepted and often enforced cultural and socio-economic homogeneity within neighborhoods,” says the Chicago Tribune, “Rogers Park stands almost alone as an exception.”


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Community Organizations"

Rogers Park Builders Group
The Rogers Park Builders Group (RPBG) was founded in 1993 by real estate professionals, independent property owners and financial institutions to help the community realize its potential.
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Rogers Park Community Council
The Rogers Park Community Council (RPCC) is a membership organization that has been serving the Rogers Park community for over 50 years. Our programs provide key services to our community residents, including seniors, victims of domestic violence, tenants & landlords, and immigrants and refugees.
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RP BizArts
The Rogers Park Business and Artists Networking Group was formed in May 2001 as a way for local business owners and artists to promote each others skills through the power of networking.
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Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society
Gather and preserve the history of Rogers Park and West Ridge as a vital part of the City of Chicago, placing local history in its larger context, providing interactive education about those communities to the public. Researchers always welcome - learn more about your local history!
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Rogers Park Garden Group
The RPGG's mission is to promote gardening in the Rogers Park community (from Devon north to the city limits, Lake Michigan west to Ridge Avenue) through education and by assisting in the growth and development of green places. The RPGG meets monthly, usually the last Tuesday of the month at 7 pm from April through October (with special events in July and September).
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Neighborhood Parents Network of Chicago
Neighborhood Parents Network of Chicago (NPN) is the largest organized parent resource network in Chicago. NPN is the trusted resource for connecting Chicago parents. Find the support, information, and connections you need to tackle the every day challenges of being a parent. Get connected with other families all over Chicago online and in person. Easily find parents in your own neighborhood and with similar interests.
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We are a team of dedicated volunteers who work with our neighbors, local business owners, elected officials, and other community partners to help organize and participate in great community-building events and activities.
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The Rotary Club of Chicago—Far North
The Club was Chartered on June 14, 2001 as The Rotary Club of Chicago-Rogers Park. In 2005, the Club changed its name to The Rotary Club of Chicago-Far North as it expanded its reach to neighboring communities. Now, the Club serves Rogers Park, West Ridge, Andersonville, Edgewater, Uptown, and other surrounding neighborhoods. The Club is part of District 6450, The Birthplace of Rotary.
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The Recyclery Collective
The Recyclery Collective seeks to build community through the restoration of donated and discarded bicycles.
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Rogers Park Business Alliance
Rogers Park Business Alliance's mission is to improve Rogers Park through business, community and economic development activities We value the diversity of Rogers Park and diligently work to enhance it through balanced growth.
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Insight Arts
Insight Arts is a contemporary arts organization dedicated to increasing access to cultural work that supports progressive social change. Our unique organizational model allows us to engage in community based, regional and national work.
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Glenwood Sunday Market
The Glenwood Sunday Market will open for the season June 6th! How exciting is it that Rogers Park's new farmers' market will be among the greenest markets in the City of Chicago? What makes us so green? All of our farmers are organic growers or are in the process of transitioning to organic. All are within 200 miles of Rogers Park.
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24th District CAPS - Community Policing
The Chicago Police Department, as part of, and empowered by the community, is committed to protect the lives, property and rights of all people, to maintain order and to enforce the law impartially.We will provide quality police service in partnership with other members of the community.To fulfill our mission, we will strive to attain the highest degree of ethical behavior and professional conduct at all times.
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Little People Day Care & Kindergarten
Welcome to Little People Day Care and Kindergarten! We have been serving the Rogers Park community since 1979 and love teaching Chicago's Little People! Contact us Today @ 773-761-2305
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