Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation

Resident Resources

Bickerdike Apartments Residents Newsletter

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Resident Handbook of House Rules

If you have a question about Bickerdike Apartments policies and procedures, the Resident Handbook of House Rules is available for download to be used as a handy reference guide. Just click here: English or Spanish


We offer 24-hour maintenance. You can call our office at 773.227.6332. If it is after hours, an answering service will dispatch calls in cases of emergency.


Call 911 for any safety-related emergencies followed by calling the office or answering service after hours. Download the Instructions for Security Calls guide here.

Parking Lot

Parking privileges are granted to tenants that live at Bickerdike properties with parking lots. Parking stickers are distributed through the Property Management Department.

Property Managers

Your Property Manager may be contacted for any and all questions regarding your tenancy with Bickerdike.


Requests for appeals are made through our main office by contacting 773.278.5669.

Laundry Room

Most of our properties have on-site laundry facilities. See the Resident Handbook of House Rules for more information on their use.

Tenant Organizers

Resident and Community Organizersidentify and develop resident and member leaders, staff resident activities, participate in community meetings and events, organize campaigns around issues that matter to residents, members and the community at large, and make other efforts to increase resident and community engagement.

Residents Council

The Residents Council builds leadership among tenants in the governance of Bickerdike’s rental housing and increases the quality of tenant life through various community-building activities.

The Residents Council is composed of individuals who live in Bickerdike housing. They have been elected by their peers who live in each of the 20 geographical clusters containing approximately 30 to 97 housing units.

While the Residents Council has an elected membership, its subcommittees are open to any Bickerdike resident who wishes to participate. These include:

  • Tenant Initiatives
  • Garden & Open Space
  • Newsletter
  • Holiday Dinner
  • Family Day

In addition, the Council also works in conjunction with and provides support for the Affordable Housing Committee. For more information about Bickerdike’s Residents Council, contact us at 773.278.5669.

Other Resources

Chicago Public School Locator

Chicago Public Libraries Locator

City of Chicago Rental Assistance Website