Residents

Community Resources

The Village of Lansing serves as a gateway to the broad array of community resources available in Lansing and the Chicago Southland community. 

If you are interested in having your non-profit organization listed here or have a revision to your listing, please e-mail us. In your email, please include the following information: name of your organization, mailing address, phone number, general email address, contact name, website url if applicable, your mission statement, and any general information about your organization you would like to share. Please review some listings below to better acquaint yourself to the information presented. 

With the new program year in full swing ComEd has created the attached Energy Efficiency flyer.  This flyer has been created to share our current Energy Efficiency offerings with you for consideration to post on your website.  The images in the pdf all click back to the program that each corresponds to.  We are hoping this pdf will bring awareness of our programs to our customers.



Utility Organizations:

ComEd has dedicated $10 million in assistance funds in 2014 to help customers facing financial hardship pay their electric bill. In addition, the company is now offering flexible budget billing and flexible deferred payment agreement options to assist customers receiving higher than normal bills in light of the severe cold weather blanketing northern Illinois.
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Mortgage Relief Event:

The Mortgage Relief Project, which is part of the Illinois Foreclosure Prevention Network established by Governor Pat Quinn, can help you take advantage of programs to help you lower your mortgage, avoid foreclosure and keep your home. Click Here for more information.

Wheels for Wishes:
You might think of your vehicle as nothing more than a "junk car", but to our "wish kids", it can help bring hope, strength and joy back into their lives. Join others in your community who have been donating cars for children whose dream it is to have a magical wish experience. Click Here to be taken to the website for more information.

Proceeds from donated vehicles go to Wheels For Wishes, a tax-exempt charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code, benefiting your local Make-A-Wish Foundation®. Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation chapters have granted wishes to more than 250,000 children between the ages of 2-1/2 and 18 who have life-threatening or critical medical conditions.