City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs


City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs is listed in the Fire Protection Services category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs is:
4900 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60651
(312) 746-4649
Do you own or manage this business? Click here to claim the City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs listing and add social networks, logos, descriptions and more.

City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs Contact Information:

Social Posts for City Town Village Township Government District Fire Chiefs

Today, we hosted a Naturalization ceremony at City Hall, welcoming 25 new Americans from 15 different countries.

Chicago Mayor's Office added 11 new photos.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today commemorated Presidents' Day by hosting a Naturalization Ceremony at Chicago's City Hall. The ceremony paid tribute to the values and ideals put forth by our nation’s forefathers. "Today you are citizens in a country that is more than just a place on a map, but a set of ideals," said Mayor Emanuel. "The immigrant story is the American story. It is our nation’s heritage and our greatest source of vitality and prosperity. And here in this city, in this country, we will always ensure that that principle will be honored and protected." The Naturalization Ceremony was conducted by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. During the ceremony 25 people, from 15 countries took the Oath of Allegiance to officially become United States citizens. Today marks the ninth Naturalization Ceremony hosted by Chicago as part of the City’s New Americans Initiative. For more information on the services available to Chicago's immigrant and refugees communities, visit the Office of New American website at Photo Credits: Brooke Collins // City of Chicago

Coming up in 5 minutes: a special Presidents Day Naturalization event, live from City Council chambers.…

RT @joffreyballet: @ChicagosMayor @RahmEmanuel & 1st lady Amy Rule stopped by to see Game Changers on Sunday. Now they're honorary rabbits!…

Regarding this morning's AP report. It's unAmerican. They need to shred that memo.

Coming up at 10: we honor the 75th anniversary of Lt. Commander Butch O'Hare's heroic WWII mission over the Pacific.…

The Mayor released the following statement today: STATEMENT FROM MAYOR RAHM EMANUEL One victim of one shooting is one too many, but when innocent children are caught in the crossfire of gun violence and young people have their childhood stolen by stray bullets, our consciences are shaken and our hearts are broken. Every parent, regardless of where they live, should be able to take their child for a walk to the park or a ride in the car. These are normal rites of passage of childhood. These shootings must be a turning point for our city. Anyone with information about these crimes owes it to the families of these children to come forward. Springfield owes it to the residents of this city to finally pass meaningful gun control and sentencing legislation to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and keep repeat violent offenders off our streets. And our criminal justice system owes it to all of us to give violent offenders sentences that match the severity of the crimes they have committed.

Chicago Mayor's Office added 6 new photos.
We had a big day talking infrastructure and job creation today. In the morning, we announced plans to build a new CTA station along the Green Line at Damen. In the afternoon, the Mayor laid out his vision for the future of Chicago's infrastructure. Over the last five years, we've created 60,000 jobs by investing in infrastructure, with plans to create 40,000 more over the next three years. Our work is about so much more than building new infrastructure: it is about building new opportunities in Chicago.These projects link Chicagoans to jobs, education, recreation, and cultural opportunities -- and to one another. Photo credits: Brooke Collins

Last night, Mona Noriega, Chicago's Commissioner on Human Relations, was presented with the prestigious Freedom Award by Equality Illinois.Mona has been a trailblazer in securing and defending rights for women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community, and we're incredibly proud of her. Thank you and congratulations!

Chicago Mayor's Office added 3 new photos.
We had a candid and inspiring Becoming A Man circle this morning at Hyde Park Academy High School on the South Side. Thank you to the Cubs' Theo Epstein for taking part. Photos courtesy of Brooke Collins.