Zone A - Armitage to North Ave., Damen to the Chicago River
Zone B - Palmer to Bloomingdale, Leavitt to Wood
Zone C - Palmer to Bloomingdale, Rockwell to Leavitt
Zone D - Armitage to North Ave., California to Damen
Zone E - Palmer to Bloomingdale, Humboldt to Rockwell
Zone F - Wellington to Palmer, Sacramento to Rockwell
Zone G - Armitage to North Ave., Kimball to Humboldt
Zone H - Palmer to Armitage (Keeler to Pulaski)/Bloomingdale (Pulaski to Hamlin), Keeler (Palmer to Armitage)/Pulaski (Armitage to Bloomingdale) to Hamlin
Zone I - Addison to Belmont, Kimball to the Chicago River
Zone J - Addison to Belmont, Pulaski to Kimball
Zone K - Belmont to Fullerton (Kilbourn to Keeler)/Palmer (Keeler to Central Park), Kilbourn (Belmont to Fullerton)/Keeler (Fullerton to Palmer) to Central Park
Zone L - Belmont to Palmer, Central Park to Sacramento
Zone M - Wellington (Rockwell to the Chicago River)/Chicago River to Palmer, Rockwell to the Chicago River (to Leavitt)/Leavitt (the Chicago River to Palmer)
Zone N - The Chicago River to Palmer (Leavitt to Wood)/Armitage (Wood to the Chicago River), Leavitt (the Chicago River to Palmer)/Wood (Palmer to Armitage) to the Chicago River
Zone O - Belmont to Wellington, Sacramento to the Chicago River
Zone P - Bloomingdale to North Ave., Humboldt to California
Zone Q - Palmer to Armitage (Kimball to Sacramento)/North Ave. (Central Park to Kimball), Central Park to Kimball (North Ave. to Armitage)/Sacramento (Armitage to Palmer)
Zone R - Palmer (Hamlin to Central Park)/Bloomingdale (Pulaski to Hamlin) to North Ave., Pulaski (North Ave. to Bloomingdale)/Hamlin (Bloomingdale to Palmer) to Central Park
**Zone S - North to Division, Homan to Western (**will be covered during the Puerto Rican Festival weekend ONLY in mid-June.)
A couple of other things should be noted as well.
- Zones H, K and R are in the 25th District. Zones I and J are in the 17th District. Zones A through G, L through Q, and S are all in the 14th District.
- Zone G will be the very first Zone to go online, today, and Zone H will follow on March 26th.
- The smallest Zones, O and P, WILL be monitored with other surrounding Zones.
- The most southern Zones, D, G, P, Q and R will be most likely monitored on the warmer days.
I expect this to be a great experiment/project, and I welcome input from everyone.