Chicago-Norwood Park

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Norwood Park is one of 77 well-defined Chicago, Illinois community areas. It is a middle-class neighborhood on the far Northwest Side of the City of Chicago, Illinois. Named after Henry Ward Beecher’s novel Norwood, or Village Life in New England (1868), it is home to many of the city’s firefighters, police officers, and other blue collar workers. Norwood Park is known especially for its abundance of green: lawns, parks, churchyards, and trees are its visual hallmarks.

Every Memorial Day there is a parade that runs through Norwood Park. The parade has been a local tradition for more than 80 years, starting in 1922. The community area also boasts the oldest extant building in Chicago, the Noble-Seymour-Crippen House, and Taft High School.

ZIP Codes: Parts of 60631, 60646, 60656