Find the resources you need to save money and keep warm this winter by attending one of Mayor Daley's Winter Preparedness Fairs. The City of Chicago, in conjunction with CEDA and local utility providers, is holding a series of events to provide one-stop-services to help Chicago residents prepare for the winter.
Chicago Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): The Community Economic Development Association (CEDA) of Cook County provides utility assistance grants to income-eligible households to assist with the payment of both primary heat and secondary utility services.
- Warming Centers
- Weather Relief
- Chicago Fire Department
- Department of Energy
Your home uses energy every day, all day long. It uses energy to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer, to provide you with light and hot water when you need it and to run all of your appliances and home electronics. Visit the U.S. Department of Energy's website to learn how to use the energy in your home more efficiently and save money.
- Energy Star
The Energy Star website can guide you in making your home more energy efficient, an important step in saving money and protecting the environment.