Our Dover Street community begins on the just north of Montrose Ave. (4400 N) and continues up past Wilson Ave. to Lawrence
Ave. (4800). There are a wide variety of structures on the street ranging from single family homes to large multi unit
condo buildings. Stockton Elementary caps the street on the south end and ends with St. Johns Assyrian Church on the
north. We are very fortunate to be able to a have walking snapshot of Chicago's architectural history all on one
What does the DSNA do?
As a neighborhood organization we do our best to focus on spending
time with one another as friends united to enhance and preserve the contour and spirit of our block. We also work on
behalf of our membership in planning holiday & summer gatherings, community & public safety meetings.
the 4500-4700 blocks of North Dover St. along with several homes on the 4700 block of North Beacon St. were designated as
a Landmark District. As a result, the DSNA works on behalf of our neighbors and the Chicago Landmark Commission bridging
the gap of information in order to make the process of building & renovating properties on in the district clear &