Mayor Lori Lightfoot

Mayor Lori Lightfoot

@chicagosmayor

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56th Mayor of Chicago. Sox and Bears fan, mom, and fighter for equity and inclusion for Chicagoans in every ward.

Chicago, IL
Joined on May 19, 2019
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We're currently at a COVID-19 test positivity rate of 5.1%. That's much lower than where we were at in April and May but it's an uptick from where we were at recently. Explore the latest COVID data in Chicago at https://t.co/PruNRm1Vpv. https://t.co/zdtK5upbwP

We're currently at a COVID-19 test positivity rate of 5.1%. That's much lower than where we were at in April and May but it's an uptick from where we were at recently. Explore the latest COVID data in Chicago at https://t.co/PruNRm1Vpv. https://t.co/zdtK5upbwP

Watch out for fraudulent home repair companies looking to take advantage of people whose homes were damaged in Monday’s storms. Check licenses and insurance, read contracts closely, get receipts and, most importantly, call @CHI311 to report fraud! https://t.co/kFzTRzQml9

Watch out for fraudulent home repair companies looking to take advantage of people whose homes were damaged in Monday’s storms. Check licenses and insurance, read contracts closely, get receipts and, most importantly, call @CHI311 to report fraud! https://t.co/kFzTRzQml9

Earlier today, I joined the US Conference of Mayors to release our recommendations from the Conference’s Working Group on Police Reform and Racial Justice. Check out our blueprint for improving policing and promoting equal justice in our cities at https://t.co/6dXCNzM8lU. https://t.co/EsnGZYTbUZ

Today is #BlackWomensEqualPayDay. But we aren't even close to equal. A Black woman has to work an extra 8 months to earn what white males make in a year. Black women are worthy & deserve equal pay. It's why I raised the wage in Chicago & why we'll keep fighting to close the gap.

ASK DR. ARWADY: Have questions about #coronavirus? Dr. Arwady from the Chicago Department of Public Health is answering your questions live right now. #AskDrArwady #StayHomeSaveLives https://t.co/Is0MWIRTVs

Over the past 24 hours, our Department of Streets & Sanitation has addressed nearly 1,000 tree emergency requests. That’s a response every 86 seconds! If you have a service request, please submit it at https://t.co/c4yb6GpbN6 or by calling 311. https://t.co/iGbYKOuA2t

Over the past 24 hours, our Department of Streets & Sanitation has addressed nearly 1,000 tree emergency requests. That’s a response every 86 seconds! If you have a service request, please submit it at https://t.co/c4yb6GpbN6 or by calling 311. https://t.co/iGbYKOuA2t

Congrats to the 1,650 graduates of the Chicago Youth Service Corps. Cheer them on at https://t.co/KEmhYgxTYO!

We’re continuing area restrictions throughout the weekend and will continue to allocate resources across Chicago—particularly along our neighborhood corridors—to protect our residents and businesses. https://t.co/QRGG9fHDq8

Remember to not go near downed power lines. If you have any remaining downed lines or a service outage, report it to ComEd at 800-334-7661.

After Monday's storms downed power lines in neighborhoods across the city, 84% of Chicagoans who lost power have had it restored. ComEd is currently working to ensure the remaining without power get their service restored quickly.

If you are undocumented, know that you can get tested for COVID for free at any of our city sites, no questions asked about your citizenship status. https://t.co/qGsM3QpaZO

If you have young children at home, you might qualify for extra food assistance benefits during COVID. The deadline to apply for P-EBT has been extended to August 31. Learn more at https://t.co/NQSLaW9Ak6.

City crews are working around the clock to address damage from the recent storm—having already responded to 1,299 different locations for tree emergencies. For city services, please call 311 or report online at https://t.co/c4yb6GpbN6. https://t.co/OjE3VwUPLW

City crews are working around the clock to address damage from the recent storm—having already responded to 1,299 different locations for tree emergencies. For city services, please call 311 or report online at https://t.co/c4yb6GpbN6. https://t.co/OjE3VwUPLW

Notify Chicago: The Temporary Restricted Access to the downtown area overnight will be lifted at 6am. Streets will remain open until further notice.

As part of our all-hands-on-deck safety plan, OEMC has deployed more than 100 infrastructure assets from @ChicagoDOT, @StreetsandSan, and Aviation, who are working in concert with @Chicago_Police to keep residents safe citywide. https://t.co/QGmPNpVAyt
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As part of our all-hands-on-deck safety plan, OEMC has deployed more than 100 infrastructure assets from @ChicagoDOT, @StreetsandSan, and Aviation, who are working in concert with @Chicago_Police to keep residents safe citywide. https://t.co/QGmPNpVAyt

@cta rail service will be impacted at the following locations, with trains not entering the area surrounding downtown: Fullerton Avenue to 47th and east of Halsted Street. Bus service will remain open at this time. Some buses will see reroutes due to bridge and street closures.

Access points for residents & employees of affected area: Harrison, Chicago Ave & Halsted, Roosevelt & Canal, Kinzie & Halsted, and LaSalle Expressway ramps from Roosevelt to Division to be closed both ways. Divvy not available from North Ave to Ashland and Cermak Rd, 9p-6a

Lake Shore Drive will be closed between Fullerton on the North and I-55 on the South. Bridges: all Bridges will be up by 9pm w/ exception to: LaSalle, Harrison, Ida B. Wells / Congress Bridge (West Bound open only), Lake Shore Dr, Columbus Ave, Kinzie, & Grand.

Access to the downtown area will be temporarily restricted this evening from 9pm–6am. Residents and employees whose businesses are located downtown will have access at all times. As part of the restricted access, the following measures will be in place until further notice:

PUBLIC SAFETY UPDATES & AREA RESTRICTIONS: As part of ongoing safety measures, the City will continue to allocate resources across Chicago—particularly along our neighborhood commercial corridors—to work with Chicago Police to protect our communities’ residents and businesses.

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