About the Chesterfield Community

Chesterfield is a predominantly African-American neighborhood located on the South side of Chicago.  The area is comprised of older and younger residents who are participating in the growth and economic viability of this growing community.  Visitors are greeted with a well maintained area that exemplifies unity and strength.  There is a sense of stability and security to the neighborhood.

Leadership of the organization is headed by Elizabeth Prowell, President and Eli H. Washington, Chairman of the Board of Directors.  A dedicated and committed Board assists with the work of the Council.

Purpose & Mission

Chesterfield Community Council, established in 1952, is a nonprofit community-based organization whose sole purpose is to promote, unify and assist in all endeavors pertaining to the Chesterfield Community.

What We Do

Intervenes on numerous complaints such as: Abandoned Homes, Abandoned Autos, Street Repair, Fraudulent Businesses and much more.
Committed to developing and promoting the black economic base. We support programs dedicated to assisting Black Entrepreneurs, Contractors, Developers and Job Creation.
Encourage community involvement in crime prevention. We support the Anti-Gang and Drug Programs and Community Policing Beat Meetings.
Host monthly meetings every third Tuesday of the month at the Tuley Park Field House, 501 East 90th Place, Chicago, IL 60619 at 6:30 p.m. promptly. City, state and other elected officials often address the Council as well as leaders in the fields of health, business and education.
Work to beautify the community. Each year, neighbors and community residents along with the support of local businesses, plant flowers to each corner along King Drive from 87th Street to 93rd Street.

Latest News

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Great April meeting with Ald. Rod Sawyer. We also celebrated one of our distinguished board members birthday Evia Veal. John Harris and Linda Johnson gave a great report on recent meetings with the media. Thank you Lillian E Taylor for donating the cake.
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ATTENTION CHICAGO: BUY-SALE-FIX-KEEP MY HOME on Saturday, April 22, 10:00 a.m.-1;00 p.m. at Tuley Park Field house, 90th & King Drive. ... See moreSee less

CCC will host our next meeting on Tuesday, April 18, 6:30 p.m. at Tuley Park Fieldhouse. Our special guest speaker will Ald. Roderick T. Sawyer, 6th Ward and Chairman of the Chicago City Council Black Caucus. All are welcomed. ... See moreSee less

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