The Chicago Cubs and the City of Chicago, with extensive input from the community of residents and businesses around Wrigley Field, maintain an aggressive neighborhood protection program aimed at addressing issues of parking, traffic and public behavior in our community during Cubs games. The Cubs provide extensive operational and financial contributions and make significant commitments to help enhance the services offered to our neighbors and our neighborhood.
The Cubs 2012 Neighborhood Protection Plan Annual Report summarizes our community efforts for the 2012 neighborhood protection and improvement program. In all, we devoted countless hours and significant funds to address issues such as traffic, off-street parking, litter collection and other needs of the Wrigley Field neighborhood.
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