Low Water Levels, Dredging, and Breakwaters According to the US Army Corps of Engineers, our current lake levels are 13″ higher than they were a year ago and the 6-month forecast calls for water levels similar to or higher than those of 2013. That is GOOD NEWS! That said, we still are experiencing water levels [...]
- 7 Mar 2014, 9:51 pm
Congratulations to Cindy Maldonado and Joe Wilkinson!
Chicago Harbors Throwbacks
No Increase in Fees for 2014! We are very happy to report that the Chicago Park District held rates at the harbors constant for the second year in a row. In addition, some mooring rates at 31st Street Harbor have been reduced for the 2014 season. For further information on rates and to calculate how [...]
Combine Mooring + Winter Storage and Save! For the upcoming season we are revising our incentives offered to some harbors last year as well as introducing an incentive for other harbors. In 2014 we will be offering annual contracts for combined summer mooring and winter storage in place of last year’s incentives. The annual contract [...]
2014 Improvements to WiFi Service at the Chicago Harbors Five years ago, we installed a free WiFi system in the harbors. At the time, the system served things like email, surfing the web and on-line chat. Then, along came Netflix, Hulu, and other web based video-streaming providers. Since 2010, the usage of the system has [...]
Last June, like many of you, we thoroughly enjoyed being in Burnham Harbor on the night of the Jimmy Buffett concert! We have never seen so many parties and so many boaters have a good time. It gave us an idea; a music festival in the south end of 31st Street Harbor in August. We’ll [...]