- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Anti-Gentrification Ordinance Approved, Slapping Developers With Steep Fines For Tearing Down Buildings Near The 606, In Pilsen
Under the ordinance, developers who tear down single-family homes will have to pay a fee of $15,000, while developers who raze larger, multi-unit buildings will incur a fee of $5,000 per unit.
Need An Activity For Your Kids? Free 606 Trail-Themed Games And Puzzles Now Available
One page has hidden pictures that ask you to find words that rhyme with "trail" within an illustration of the trail.
Trucks Keep Getting Stuck In 606 Underpass — But Help Is On The Way, Alderman’s Office Says
Ald. Daniel La Spata's 1st Ward office is working with the city on potential fixes, like installing a new sign and improving communication with local trucking companies.
Anti-Deconversion Ordinance’ Will ‘Interrupt’ Loss Of Cheap Housing Stock In Pilsen, 606 Area, Officials Say
Housing officials want to make it harder to convert some small apartment buildings into single-family homes.
After Some Neighbors Complain, City Removes Colorful Graffiti Along 606
Some neighbors were disappointed in the removal. "These things were beautiful. It's not hurting anybody," one said.
City Says The 606’s Official Name Is The Bloomingdale Trail — But Does Anyone Actually Call It That?
"I’ve literally never heard anyone call it 'The Bloomingdale Trail,'" one neighbor said.
City Council Extends Demolition Ban Along The 606 For 6 More Months
With the coronavirus pandemic and the economic fallout, Northwest Side aldermen say they need more time to come up with a long-term plan to curb gentrification-fueled displacement along the trail.
The 606 Is Reopening Monday After Months-Long Shutdown — But You Have To Wear A Mask If You Plan To Use It
Trail users must wear a mask or face covering at all times and "social distancing ambassadors" will be on the trail to help keep crowds at bay.
Alderman Wants To Extend Ban On Demolitions Along The 606
Northwest Side leaders want more time to come up with a long-term legislative solution to protect areas near the trail from rapid gentrification.
Yes, The 606 Trail Is Still Closed — Even Though The Riverwalk, Navy Pier Are Open
Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st) said he has not received an update from Mayor Lori Lightfoot or the Chicago Park District about when the trail will reopen.
Shared Streets Coming To Bucktown, Logan Square Will Run Parallel To Closed 606 Trail
The Wabansia Avenue and Cortland Street closures parallel the Bloomingdale Trail. The trail is still closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 606, Lakefront Not Reopening Anytime Soon
There's a possibility closed trails and the lakefront could open this summer with restrictions, Lightfoot said, though that would depend on how Chicago is faring in its battle against coronavirus.
Draw The Bloomingdale Trail How You Like It, And Advisory Group Will Stitch Together An ‘Endless Trail’
With the wildly popular 606 trail shut down, Friends of the Bloomingdale Trail need your help with an art project meant to keep folks connected.
Mayor Shuts Down The 606 After People Pack The Popular Trail On Warm Day
"The trail will be there this summer," Ald. Daniel La Spata said.
After Cyclist Stabbed By Stranger On The 606, Suspect Remains At Large — And Neighbors Want Answers
"I totally understand that the police have more than their hands full ... but some leadership and clarity and partnership with the community would be appreciated," one neighbor said.
Bicyclist Stabbed On The 606 After Attacker Knocks Him Off Bike
The stabbing happened Monday afternoon in the 3200 block of West Bloomingdale Avenue.
Ban On Demolitions Along The 606 Was Too Rushed, Some Residents Say
A small group of residents aired their grievances at a Thursday evening community meeting hosted by Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st).
606 Neighbors Can Weigh In On Anti-Gentrification Demolition Ordinance At Upcoming Open House
Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st) is hosting three open house-style meetings on the subject. The first one is set for 6 p.m. Feb. 13.
Want To Manage The 606 Trail And Park System? Park District Looking For A $72,500-A-Year Manager
The application deadline is Jan. 23.
Demolition Along 606 Halted For 6 Months As City Looks Into Impact Of Gentrification
The ban will begin Feb. 1. and end Aug. 1.