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Get A CityKey, Connect With Local Orgs At Upcoming Resource Fair In Rogers Park

Chicagoans of all ages can register for a CityKey, a government-issued ID thar serves as a public library card, CTA Ventra card and a prescription discount card for Chicagoans.

You can visit the Indo-American Center from 10 a.m-2 p.m. Oct. 9 to register for a CityKey and connect with local organizations that assist immigrants and refugees.
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ROGERS PARK — You can register for a CityKey ID, sign up for at-home COVID-19 vaccines and learn about rental assistance programs this weekend.

The city is partnering with the Indo-American Center, 6328 N. California Ave., to host a resource fair 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday where attendees can connect with local organizations and register for a CityKey. 

A CityKey is a free, optional government-issued ID that Chicagoans of all ages can access regardless of immigration or housing status. The ID serves as a public library card, CTA Ventra card and a prescription discount card, according to the city’s website.  

CityKey holders also receive discounts on food, services, performances, sports games and other entertainment. For more information about participating businesses, click here

You can register for a CityKey online ahead of time and pick it up at the resource fair. The application is available in English, Spanish, Urdu and Hindi. You can more information about what documentation is required to apply here

You can sign up for rental assistance programs and at-home COVID-19 vaccine programs at the event. There will also be opportunities to connect with a variety of local organizations that provide other assistance, including centers who specialize in helping immigrants and refugees. 

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