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City of Chicago: Water Main Replacement Notice
Oct 2017 | SECC Staff

City of Chicago: Water Main Replacement Notice E. 53rd and S. Dorchester to S. Hyde Park Blvd and E. 53rd to E. 55th Streets


Green Healthy Neighborhoods Rain Garden Opens in Washington Park 
Sep 2017 | SECC Staff

Did you miss the new Green Healthy Neighborhoods Rain Garden Opening? On Tuesday September 19th, the new garden, located behind the Art Incubator at 301 East Garfield Blvd, opened to the community.


Open House Chicago Returns to Hyde Park and Woodlawn October 14-15, 2017
Sep 2017 | SECC Staff

This year Hyde Park and Woodlawn offers nine AMAZING sites located right within our own communities!


SECC Initiates Search for New Executive Director
Sep 2017 | SECC Staff

After 65 years of leadership from the University, the SECC will have an independent leadership team for the first time in its history.


You're Invited: GHNA Rain Garden Opening + Recognition
Sep 2017 | SECC Staff

Please Join the SECC for the new GHNA Rain Garden Opening + Recognition


South East Chicago Commission and Bank of America Renew Business Development Partnership
Aug 2017 | SECC Staff

The South East Chicago Commission (SECC) is delighted to announce a renewed grant partnership with Bank of America for SECC’s Business District Program for the third consecutive year.


Green Healthy Neighborhoods Rain Garden Opening and Recognition Reception in Washington Park
Aug 2017 | SECC Staff

Join us for the opening of the new community rain garden on Tuesday September 19th, 2017 from 5:00pm-7:00pm in the new garden located behind the Art Incubator at 301 East Garfield Blvd.


SECC Begins Search for Strategic Planning Consultant
Jul 2017 | CEI Media Group

The South East Chicago Commission has released a request for proposal (RFP) for professional strategic planning consultation.


South East Chicago Commission Announces the MacArthur Foundation Grant for 2017
Jul 2017 | SECC Staff

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation today announced nearly $10 million in new grants to Chicago organizations to help them grow stronger or expand, and to reduce violence in Local communities. As one of the grant recipients, the South East Chicago Commission (SECC) will receive $380,000 over four years for institutional support.


SECC Awarded One of Ten MacArthur Foundation Awards
Jul 2017 | SECC Staff

MacArthur Awards $10 Million to Help Strengthen Chicago Organizations and Prevent Gun Violence in Chicago





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