RMIA - Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association
Residents of the “Manor” know just how truly unique this neighborhood is, and since 1914, the Ravenswood Manor Improvement Association has been working to maintain this uniqueness. In 1914, the neighborhood organized the RMIA to maintain the “park-like” condition in the Manor. The RMIA, a historic institution in the Manor, annually hosts the garage sale, bike parade, and winter social. This unique neighborhood is more than a collection of distinctive houses; it is a community of people, but the community relies upon the support of its members.
The RMIA is a non-profit association under the laws of Illinois. The objective of the RMIA 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.” The Ravenswood Manor neighborhood is located between Montrose and Lawrence, from the Chicago River to Sacramento. The RMIA was recently responsible for having the neighborhood designated on the Nation Register as an historic neighborhood.
P.O. Box 25486
Chicago, IL 60625