Chicago Urban Agriculture

7 Aug

Urban agriculture represents an innovative and ecofriendly method of growing and consuming food. In the city of Chicago, urban agriculture is regulated under section 17-2-0207 of the Chicago Zoning Ordinance. The Ordinance updates use categories and details the size and types of urban agriculture sites. Specifically, the Ordinance lays out different requirements for community gardens, rooftop gardens, and urban farms.

If you have questions concerning zoning requirements for urban agriculture or any other questions related to urban agriculture, please contact Thorn & Associates at 773-609-5320, [email protected], or through our web contact form.

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