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IDNR Permit granted for riverbank restoration

HPAC is happy to share the good news: plans for Horner Park’s natural riverfront redevelopment have approved to move forward by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Download the IDNR Permit 47 (PDF)

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Please write your support of Horner River Project

Horner Park Riverfront Redevelopment

Update – Sept. 30, 2013 Comment Period Ends: 10/29/2013** Last Thursday night the Horner Park Advisory Council presented our case for proceeding with USACE’s riverfront restoration to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources who decide on the permit application for the project. We remain resolute in the conviction that this project will benefit plants, wildlife and future […]

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Letters of support: Riverbank Redevelopment Project

letter from John O’Connell: Dear Mr. Jereb, I would like to thank the Illinois Department of Natural Resources for this past evening’s gathering at Revere Park, allowing concerned citizens the opportunity to learn more about the proposed riverbank restoration project, and to voice their opinions and concerns on its merits and faults. During my address, […]

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IL DNR & USACE Open House

ILDNR & USACE open house

Paul Revere Park, 2509 W. Irving Park Thursday, September 26, 2013 6:00 to 8:30 P.M. Please come out in support of Horner Park. From the Illinois Department of Natural Resources download flyer (PDF) — NOTICE OF OPEN HOUSE NOTICE OF AN OPEN HOUSE BY THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, OFFICE OF WATER RE SOURCES […]

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RMIA writes in support of river plan

Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association

Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association Board Votes to Support HPAC River Front Redevelopment Plan September 17, 2013 Message from RMIA President, Joe Cesario: Hello Neighbors – The RMIA Board was asked to consider the merits of the long-standing plan to improve the river bank at Horner Park. The plan has inspired much discussion recently, and after a walk-through last […]

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Horner Park Tree Survey documents

The following survey of Horner Park’s trees was conducted in March of 2002: Horner Park Tree Survey – Park Inventory Horner Park Tree Survey – Park Plan Horner Park Tree Survey – Streambank Inventory Horner Park Tree Survey – Streambank Plan

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Horner Park

At nearly 55 acres, Horner Park is one of the largest parks on the North Side and boasts nine softball fields, three senior baseball diamonds with night baseball on two diamonds, two football/soccer fields, four outdoor basketball standards, five tennis courts, a playground, a relaxing nature area and 13 picnic groves. The park, located at […]

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Nov. 17: Horner Park Cleanup Day

Join your neighbors for a park cleanup, and help keep Horner Park looking great this fall! This event directly follows […]

Oct 20: Ravenswood Manor Park Service Day

Join HPAC for the Fall Service Day at Ravenswood Manor Park on Saturday, October 20 from 9-11am. Come out and […]

Frankenstein scares up the Season Finale at Horner

The last show of our Summer Concert Series will be Theatre Hike’s version of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, performed on Saturday, […]

Rokko Jans and the Neighborhood Talent Show

Rokko Jans and the Neighborhood Talent Show brings the 24th season of free shows at Ravenswood Manor Park to a […]

Marathon Weekend of August 17-19 Ahead for the Summer Concert Series!

Four different shows in store at three parks this weekend! Get ready for an incredible weekend of song and story […]

New Public Art Project Planned for Horner Park

Public Meeting to be hosted by 33rd Alderman Deb Mell, The Chicago Park District and the Horner Park Advisory Council […]