The Polish Triangle Coalition was formed to improve the surroundings around the area bounded by Ashland, Milwaukee and Division street.  Neighborhood community groups, merchants and local schools are working to create a more pleasant and lively area at the Polish Triangle.


We would like to thank all the holiday shoppers and the following businesses that donated to the Wicker Park Bucktown "Shop for Good 2013" event.  A big shout of thanks goes out especially to:

  • Jackson Junge Gallery
  • Penelope's
  • Pinch Spice Market
  • Ruby Room
  • Spa Soak
  • Transit Tees
  • Walgreens (1601 N. Milwaukee)


How can you get involved?  You can volunteer during one of our Tuesday evenings or help by donating or sponsoring one of the following Polish Triangle Coalition projects:

Make an unrestricted tax-deductible donation towards any of the Polish Triangle beautification projects or events for any dollar amount:


Contribute towards Ten Flower planters on the Triangle  - your tax-exempt donation of any amount aides this 2014 PTC beautification project.

If you wish to be a  Sponsor, for a donation of $850 we will have a planter installed with a plaque with your company or organization name as the sponsor of that planter. 


Sponsor a full evening of music, dance or spoken word at a 2014 Tuesdays at the Triangle for $375

Your business can be the official sponsor of a Tuesdays at the Triangle evening and your company name, logo and website will be promoted on-line, through social media and live on the Tuesdays at the Triangle event for your tax-exempt contribution.

If you wish to co-sponsor and evening of events a $200 tax-exempt contribution will cover half of an evening's events.

Thanks to the following 2014 Tuesdays at the Triangle Sponsors:

  • House of Two Urns Bed and Breakfast


Make a tax-exempt contribution for a Polish Cultural Historic District sign for $450. 
These metal signs will be posted around the Polish Triangle and down Milwaukee Avenue, or you can purchase one to be installed on a pole near your organization or business.


Other projects in the works are: Three informational kiosks that will provide directory and historical information of the three streets of the Polish Triangle: Ashland, Division and Milwaukee Avenues.

A pigeon education and abatement project to relocate and diminish the pigeon population on the triangle.

Protective covers over the CTA stations on the Triangle and at Ashland and Milwaukee Avenues to provide a safer entrance to the Blue line subway trains

We are working with the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce, CDOT and SSA#33 towards the repair of the Nelson Algren fountain and a mosaic tile project to replace the stones that encircle the fountain's base.


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