Welcome to the Sauganash Community Association
The Sauganash Community Association is a non-profit organization focusing on uniting residents to promote the common good within our community.
Check out what’s happening in our community!
Join author Susan Kelsey as she shares the intriguing story of Billy Caldwell, a man of Native and Irish descent caught between two nations. Caldwell negotiated one of the largest land trades in American history which ceded more than 5 million acres to white settlers in the Chicago area resulting in the removal of thousands of Native Americans to “Indian Territory.” Kelsey’s latest book, Billy Caldwell (1780-1841): Chicago and the Great Lakes Trail, will be available for purchase and signing while supplies last. For more information on tickets and location of the event, click here.
The 17th District Domestic Violence Sub-Committee is hosting a Self Defense Technique Class and sharing Street Safety Tips on Saturday, April 23rd from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM at Independence Park Field House, 3945 N. Springfield. Those interested in attending can simply RSVP by April 20th to Officer Maryjane Parks at 312-742-4588 or by e-mail at CAPS.017District@chicagopolice.org. Comfortable clothing is recommended for the event.
Alderman Samantha Nugent invites Sauganash community residents to hear from Chicago Public Schools about a proposed Early Childhood Learning Center at North Park Village on Wednesday, March 30th, 4:00 PM, Building H Community Room, 5801 N. Pulaski Road.
Serving on the Sauganash Community Association Board is a great way to meet your neighbors, keep up with the latest neighborhood news, and give back to the community. This year’s Board of Directors will be elected and installed at the May 17th open community meeting. Association members who are interested in joining the Board for the 2022-2023 year can easily apply online at sauganash.org.
January 17th is a holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King lived his life serving others – following his example, millions of Americans serve their communities on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service by volunteering at schools, at a local shelter, or lending a hand to help neighbors.
Volunteering for MLK Day of Service is a great way to engage with your community while honoring the legacy of Dr. King. Whether you plan on cleaning up a public space, mentoring a young person, or assisting those who are food insecure, what you do makes a world of difference.
MLK Day of Service is intended to empower individuals, strengthen communities, bridge barriers, create solutions to social problems, and move us closer to Dr. King’s vision of a “Beloved Community.” To learn more on how you can serve your community click here.
Sauganash Boundary Map
Almost 1,500 families make Sauganash their home in an area bounded by Devon Avenue to the north, the Edens Expressway to the west, Bryn Mawr Avenue to the south and the Sauganash Trail to the east. Downtown is only 15 minutes away on the expressway, and the community is well served by public transportation
Submit Aircraft Noise Complaints Via 311
Sauganash residents are encouraged to submit aircraft noise complaints to the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) via 311.
Official aircraft noise complaints include all complaints submitted via telephone to the O’Hare Noise Hotline 1-800-435-9569 or online via 311. Complaints are then forwarded to the Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) for tracking purposes only and will be included as data in the Airport Noise Management System reports.
About Our Organization
Learn more about the Sauganash Community Organziation and what we offer the community.
Meet the Board
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