Fairness and Inclusion are Our Guiding Principles.
In order for Chicago to remain a world-class city, we need to create a new path. A path in which fairness and inclusion are our guiding principles. As our mayor, I will respect the experiences of all Chicagoans and ensure our city government works to uplift the quality of life for everyone.
We can, and we must, do better. We must do better to address the taxes and fees that burden middle- and low-income families. We must do better to halt the declining conditions of our neighborhood schools. We must do better to change an education policy that does not view parents, teachers, principals, staff or other stakeholders as valued partners. We must do better by insisting on a comprehensive plan to invest in families and neighborhoods, and to end the violence that plagues too many communities. We can do this, together. This is my commitment and my promise to you. Please join me.
On The West Side, New Youth Hub Will Offer Space To Learn, Create And Grow: ‘Without Opportunity, A Community Can Lose Hope’
BUILD Chicago's new facility will have tech space, a commercial kitchen and café, an athletic facility with a basketball gym and a walking track for neighborhood seniors.
Chicago Mayor Lightfoot: New Coordination Center, Using Data To Get COVID Information Out, Will Now Be Used To Combat Violence
Chicago’s mayor announced the creation of a Community Safety Coordination Center (CSCC) to use information, the way the city did to respond to the number of COVID-19 cases to now combat violence in the city.
Mayor Lightfoot believes that our city’s budget is a moral document that must reflect the needs of all of our residents and neighborhoods. That’s why last year—despite a historic $1.2 billion deficit—Mayor Lightfoot worked with the City Council to pass a 2021 budget...
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