As a unique part of our community, Wrigley Field holds many events within the neighborhood. Click the links below to learn more about the interaction between Wrigley and Lakeview.
- Wrigley Field Parking Restriction Reminders
- Cubs in the Community
- Neighborhood Protection Plan
- Cubs Schedule
- Night Game Parking
- Wrigley Field Construction Updates
To view the Cubs 2019 Neighborhood Protection Plan Report, please click here.
Wrigley Field neighbors residing within the 60613, 60614, 60640 and 60657 zip codes interested in joining the new list can visit the Cubs Front Office at 1101 W. Waveland Ave. to sign up.
To join the list, you will need to provide documentation that lists your name and current street address. Acceptable documentation includes a valid driver’s license, state issued identification card, vehicle registration or recent utility or credit card bill. Please note you may only register yourself.
By updating the list, the Cubs hope to continue to ensure special offers made available to neighbors who live in our community. Please contact the Cubs at email@example.com for more information.
Cubs Toyota Camry Lot Parking
In cooperation with my office, the Chicago Cubs have agreed to allow eligible neighborhood residents to park in the Toyota Camry Lot (formerly the Green Lot), located at 1126 W. Grace Street.
Residents in the area bordered by Addison on the South, Irving Park on the North, Racine/Clark on the West and Wilton on the East can go to the Cubs Administration Offices, located at 1101 W. Waveland. You will be asked to fill out a neighbor parking application in order to receive a sticker which will allow Green Lot access. To be issued a Green Lot sticker, residents must have a valid City of Chicago vehicle sticker and proof of address and Photo ID.