Since 1924 the Sauganash Community Association has worked to advance the interests of our northwestern corner of Chicago and to ensure our neighborhood always remains a vibrant and wonderful place to live.
We actively work to represent the wishes of our neighbors for issues like O’Hare noise and zoning as well as other affairs that come up from time to time.
We also engage in beautification projects for the neighborhood, we provide snow plowing and mosquito spraying, and we organize three events annually: a 4th of July parade and picnic, a special SCA members’ party, and a 5K run.
These beautiful mosaic murals decorate the viaduct under the Sauganash Trail at Peterson. They honor all the Sauganash communities’ historic past. The hundreds of photos etched into the tiles celebrate the present, and the many faces of children and their artwork represent the future. To learn more about these murals, visit the Sauganash Mural Project Facebook page. (Click on images to enlarge.)