Department of Streets & Sanitation
If you’ve got lawn chairs or hat racks marking “dibs” on your parking spot, you might want to move them by Friday or they’ll belong to the city.
With the first measurable snow of the season forecast for this weekend, City Hall has rolled out a new online tool to help Chicago residents keep track of the city’s fleet of snow plows.
The competition has begun between city workers and private contractors for the right to run the city’s recycling program.
Two pedestrians injured in a May crash when an allegedly intoxicated city Department of Streets & Sanitation worker cashed into a crowd of people in the Gold Coast filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the driver and the city.
City inspectors watched a mouse run past them just before shutting down a dollar Pilsen store that had more than 350 mice droppings inside.