Your Community. Your Club.
The Oriole Park Community Club (OPCC) is a volunteer-based, non-political association of community members dedicated to fostering the general welfare of the Oriole Park neighborhood in Chicago.
2018 Oriole Park Junior Citizen Award winners Charlie Schultz (L) and Seth Strzrethowski (R) join 2018 Parade Grand Marshall 41st Ward Alderman Anthony Napolitano, OPCC President Al Firak and State Representative Michael P. McAuliffe at the Independence Day Children's Bike Parade on July 4. The parade was attended by 400 local families.
2019 CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
Monday, January 28, 2019 - Aldermanic Candidate Forum
Monday, February 18 (President's Day), Advisory Board Meeting
Friday, March 1 - Nominations Open for 2019 Junior Citizen Award
Monday, March 25 - Community Family Night
Monday, April 15 - Advisory Board Meeting & Nominations Due for 2019 Junior Citizen Award
Friday, May 17 - Scouts / Green Up Park Clean Up Event
Monday, May 20 - General Meeting & Announcement of 2019 Junior Citizen Award
Monday, June 17 - Advisory Board Meeting
Thursday, July 4 - Annual Independence Day OPCC Children's Bike Parade
Monday, August 19 - Advisory Board Meeting
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The Oriole Park Community Club (OPCC) is a volunteer-based, non-political association of community members dedicated to fostering the general welfare of the Oriole Park neighborhood in Chicago. We hold bi-monthly public meetings, usually in the Oriole Park field house. We host invited speakers, sponsor Oriole Park's annual 4th of July parade, sponsor tax appeal seminars. We work closely with 41st Ward Alderman Anthony Napolitano and the City of Chicago to make infrastructure improvements and zoning decisions as part of the 41st Ward Zoning Advisory Committee. OPCC is an important link to community institutions, local schools, churches, library, park, police and fire fighters.