The Lakewood Balmoral Residents' Council (LBRC) was originally formed in 1969 to combat red-lining mortgage practices north of Foster Avenue. In the years that followed, the neighborhood remained closely dedicated to preserving the safety and culture of our community as well as creating social events that help residents get to know each other.
Today, working closely with the 48th ward Alderman and surrounding block clubs, LBRC is committed to staying informed, to having a voice in the evolution of our community, and to maintaining the character of our neighborhood.
These goals are achieved by a network of neighborhood volunteers who serve as LBRC board members and help foster connections, communications, and community cohesiveness. They address specific issues related to economic development, traffic flow, infrastructure, and public safety. All residents, both homeowners and renters, are invited to participate.
In addition, LBRC seeks to create meaningful social events to encourage residents to get to know each other. Throughout the year, events big and small are planned for kids, families, and adults.
We ask for a small donation to support our activities. Residents can email our membership chair, Emmanuel Ramirez at firstname.lastname@example.org or join and pay below through Pay Pal.
LBRC is a 501 (c) (3) organization, and donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
The LBRC membership year runs from
June 1 - May 31.
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