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Get Involved!

A community’s strength lies in the energy and commitment of its residents. Seeped in history, this Far South Side community is truly a village engaged with neighbors and full of civic pride. At the heart of this village lies the Pullman Civic Organization (PCO), which gives voice to residents and homeowners through this membership-driven organization. Over the years, the PCO has organized and supported many events, from the push to become a Chicago Landmark and National Historical Park to its co-sponsorship of the annual House Tour, Labor Day celebrations, art shows, environmental cleanups, meetings with City Hall, and much more. The PCO is a democratic organization run by the people, for the people.

The monthly membership meetings--on the third Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm--is an open forum where residents and homeowners can bring their inspiration, hopes and dreams for the betterment of the community, and voice their concerns through collective problem-solving.


As an idea incubator, the PCO has served as a spring board for the birth of a number of our sister organizations, such as the Historic Pullman Foundation, the Historic Pullman Garden Club and Pullman Arts

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Become a Member


The vitality of the PCO depends on its membership. Your participation, input and energy will keep Pullman a safe and vibrant community! General membership meetings are held at 7:30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at Exhibit Hall, 11141 S. Cottage Grove Ave.


$10 per year; June 1 – May 31 

*Currently, membership is open to those who live or own property in the area bounded by the south side of 111th Street, the east side of Langley Avenue, the north side of 115th Street and the east side of Cottage Grove Avenue. 

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