The Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association (RMIA) is a nonprofit neighborhood organization, whose purpose, based on its charter, is to:
Promote the welfare of the community in respect to the maintenance and improvement of the physical appearance of the private and public property; the compliance with the laws as applicable to private and public property; the maintenance of facilities with respect to the safety, health and welfare of its residents.
Ravenswood Manor is defined by its 1909 subdivision boundaries, which are the Chicago River (east), Sacramento Avenue (west), Lawrence Avenue (north), and Montrose Avenue (south). It is located in the east end of the Albany Park Community Area, on the northwest side of Chicago. The CTA’s Brown Line “L” serves the community (Francisco Station).
Ravenswood Manor is a largely residential neighborhood comprising more than 500 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 5, 2008. The neighborhood was first subdivided in 1909 by William E. Harmon & Co. Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association (RMIA) was established in 1914 to guide area improvement and build community.
Get Involved and Stay Up to Date
Volunteer: There are always opportunities for people from the Manor to get involved in the RMIA. For more information, see the volunteers page under “Support” at the menu above.
Email Updates: To stay up to date on neighborhood events and the work of your association, sign up for our twice a month email updates from Constant Contact. Use this button to register. RMIA never sells or shares your email.
Facebook: You can also keep up to date and communicate with your neighbors through the RMIA facebook page at: www.facebook.com/ravenswoodmanor
Mail: Feel free to contact the RMIA at email@example.com or through the mail:
Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association, P.O. Box 25486, Chicago, IL 60625