North Lawndale

preSERVE Garden

View NeighborSpace in a larger map External site The preSERVE garden is a partnership between Slow Food Chicago, the North Lawndale Greening Committee and the Chicago Honey Co-Op. It started in 2010, arising from the desire to get more deeply involved in community gardening at the neighborhood level.

Joe-Ella Williams Memorial Garden

View NeighborSpace in a larger map This beautiful garden features summer annuals, a winding path, beautiful shrubs and trees, and many perennials and bulbs. This garden won the Mayor’s Landscape Award in 2000 and the Neighborhood Leadership Award in March 2007. In 2015, Alderman Michael Scott, Jr., NeighborSpace, daughters Ernestine and Jereline Williams, granddaughter Sheryce… Read more Joe-Ella Williams Memorial Garden

Unity Park

View NeighborSpace in a larger map Year Established: 2000 Local Leader:  Marion Perkins Community Group: Unity Park Committee NeighborSpace Partnership: 2002

Lawndale Heritage Garden

View NeighborSpace in a larger map Created in July of 2007, this garden enhances and beautifies the community. The gardeners have sought to create a peaceful, beautiful place where neighbors can come together to work, talk, and get acquainted with each other.

Unity Garden

The Unity Garden is a green and open space in Chicago’s North Lawndale area. The garden was named by a local schoolgirl who won an essay contest for the garden.