Good Living by the Lake
Founded in 1997, Buena Park Neighbors is the neighborhood association of more than 200 residents and businesses in Chicago’s 46th Ward. Buena Park is ideally situated on Chicago’s north side, bordered by Lake Michigan (east), Wrigleyville (south), Chicago’s Uptown growing entertainment district (north), and Graceland Cemetery (west).
Buena Park Is Good Living by the Lake. It is a small town, a resort town, nestled in a big town. It is a welcoming lakeside community that bustles with diverse residents who are active and dedicated to improving the quality of life for one another.
Buena Park Neighbors events calendar lists all the activities, upcoming and past, of this lively group. Don’t miss concerts and movies in Buena Circle Park, special events, and anything coming up.
Buena Park – A Community Rich in History
Our rich architectural heritage earned us a place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. From the magnificent George Maher mansions on Hutchinson Street to the former speakeasies of Broadway, Buena Park’s rich history underpins our vibrant community. In 2016, Chicago Magazine listed Buena Park as one of the best places to live in Chicago.
What’s Happening in Buena Park
There’s always something to do in Buena Park! Join us for summertime concerts and movies, general meetings with local community leaders, neighborhood cleanups, architecture tours and more. With Wrigley Field in our backyard, we organize an annual outing to a Cubs home game. There is more interest than available tickets, so we make every effort to ensure that getting one is as fair and equitable as possible.
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Join Buena Park Neighbors Association
Joining the Buena Park Neighbors Association is the best way to connect with your neighbors, support the neighborhood and be in the know. Join us to get involved in the community and participate in the preservation, beautification, and sociability of Buena Park.