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Join the ECA or Renew your Membership Today

Without your support, the ECA's mission of building community would fail. Help us continue this tradition by joining or renewing your membership now.

We are only as strong as our members allow us to be.



ECA's Spookiest House Contest

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Is your house the scariest & spookiest home on your block?

Are your neighbors halloween freaks?!

Submit the name and address of te most ghoulish homes to talk2eca@gmail.com

Nominations Due: Wednesday, October 23

Official Judging: Monday, October 28



The 2019 Bulb, Seed & Plant Swap: A Success!

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Alderman Samantha Nugent, Dennis Henley, Nora Shea, Jeannine Tiesch-Ramirez and Philip Milano.

We hope that our neighbors who participated in the Third Annual Bulb, Plant & Seed Swap had a great time. We were glad to see so many of you attend. Alderman Samantha Nugent stopped by to wish us well.

The Swap was a big success and Edgebrook gardens will benefit.



ECA contributes to the Garden of Eatin'

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Take a look at how the plants are doing.



Find Out What's Happening at the Triangle.

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The Edgebrook Triangle Garden is a certified Monarch Butterfly Waystation!

Read more.


Current Newsletter

Our Current Newsletter

The ECA's Summer 2019 Newsletter appeared in the June 22 issue of the Nadig Reporter. You can also read it here.


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Nothing to do? Visit the library.

The ECA supports our Library

Take a look at what's being offered at the Edgebrook Branch Library. In addition to books, movies, music, and reference materials, our library has a wealth of interesting, educational, and fun programming.

Take a look.

Snow Plowing Service provided by the ECA

The City of Chicago’s primary concern is keeping the major traffic arteries clear. Plowing side streets is a much lower priority for the Department of Streets and Sanitation.

The ECA, on the other hand, is concerned about emergency vehicle access to our side streets as well as the ability of our neighbors to get out of the neighborhood and off to work in a timely fashion.

The ECA notifies our plowing contractor when snow fall reaches four inches. The contractor clears a path down the center of the street. The goal is not total snow removal, but rather the creation of an access path for emergency vehicles as well as egress for our neighbors.

The ECA provides snow plow service to this area, excluding the major city streets.

Questions or Concerns?

Contact us at talk2eca@gmail.com.


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