State of Edgewater

Stay in the know with what’s affecting your community & business this year

Join Edgewater’s community leaders, policy advocates and small business owners as they discuss and answer your questions concerning the pressing issues in our community for 2019. The Edgewater Chamber of Commerce’s program will focus on three distinct and engaging  panels around topics affecting residents and small business owners this year.


Mark Your Calendar

DATE: Thursday, June 6
TIME: 8:00am – 10:00am
LOCATION: Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N Sheridan Rd.

Ticket Fees

Purchase tickets online by Wednesday, June 5 at 8:00pm. Tickets will be sold onsite as well on a first-come, first-served basis.

Chamber Members: $30+ service fee
Non Members: $35 + service fee
Tickets include breakfast and parking.


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What to Expect

Attendees can expect a highly engrossing program inclusive of a standing, networking breakfast followed by three panel discussions centering around local infrastructure, urban development and policy. Each panel discussion will conclude with an audience Q&A.

STATE OF EDGEWATER PROGRAM SCHEDULE (tentative and subject to change)

Time Activity
7:15am – 8:00am Check-in opens and breakfast is available
8:00am – 8:10am Welcome Remarks & Edgewater Innovator Award Announcement
8:10am – 8:45am Panel Discussion I

Infrastructure: How the CTA Red Line Modernization Project will Affect You

(ends with 5-minute Audience Q&A)

8:50am – 9:20am Panel Discussion II

Urban Development: What is the future of Edgewater?

(ends with 5-minute Audience Q&A)

9:25am – 9:55am Panel Discussion III

Policy: How policy decisions now will affect Edgewater in the future

(ends with 5-minute Audience Q&A)

9:55am – 10:00am Closing Remarks


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Is this Event for Me?

This event is open to the general public but will benefit Edgewater’s small business owners, neighborhood block clubs, policy advocates, businesses with high pedestrian and commuter traffic and residents that live along affected CTA stops most. If you are already aware of the CTA Red/Purple Line Modernization Project and are curious to learn more, this event is a can’t miss.


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