The Office of Chicago City Clerk publishes special guides to help you know more about the programming we offer and additional information about services in the City of Chicago. Whether you are trying to learn more about the City's street grid, contact your alderman, find your local senior center or register your dog with the City, you can find it our guides.
You can use this page to download digital versions of our Street, Senior, Dog and Landlord guides. If you'd like to order paper guides for pick up at our City Hall office location, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago is home to hundreds of miles of streets, avenues and boulevards. Our Chicago Street Guide will help you better understand the City's grid system and our many neighborhoods.
We want to make every effort to let Chicago seniors know what services are available to them. Our Chicago Senior Guide was created to introduce you to various programs specially created for local senior citizens.
We want to make every effort to let the young people of Chicago know what services are available to them. The Youth Resources handout was created to introduce Chicago's youth to various programs specially created for them. The information on our handout ranges from discounts exclusive to those who are students or under 18, to where to look for scholarships and FASFA help.
Dog ownership in the City of Chicago comes with special responsibilities. Our Chicago Dog Guide not only will help you through the process of registering your dog with the City of Chicago, but it also connects you with City resources for pets such as our many dog parks.
For landlords and tenants, our Chicago Landlord Guide offers information on regulations related to owning and renting property.