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Learning Center/Harvey Christian Book Store and Church
15702 Center
Harvey, IL 60426

Metropoloitan Church of Christ Holiness
111 East 148th St.
Harvey, IL 60426

Morning Star Christian Assembly
15921 Wood
Harvey, IL 60426

New Life Christian Cathedral
14430 Halsted
Harvey, IL 60426

New Life Church of God
14735 Dixie Hwy.
Harvey, IL 60426

New Mission Church
15021 Page
Harvey, IL 60426

New Mt. Olive Baptist Church
15643 Wood
Harvey, IL 60426

New Shining Light Church
15400 Lincoln
Harvey, IL 60426

Mt. Moriah Baptist Church
14845 Leavitt
Harvey, IL 60426

Second Baptist Church
163 West 150th St.
Harvey, IL 60426

Shaffer Chapel Ame
15146 Vine
Harvey, IL 60426

South Suburban Islamic Center
15200 Broadway
Harvey, IL 60426

South Suburban M.B. Church
15201 Lexington
Harvey, IL 60426

St. Andrews Church of God
15046 Honore
Harvey, IL 60426

St. Clements Church
15245 Loomis
Harvey, IL 60426

St. Johns Baptist Church
15746 Union
Harvey, IL 60426

The Church of God
14901 Honore
Harvey, IL 60426

The Word of His Power Ministries
264 West 149th St.
Harvey, IL. 60426

Trinity Lutheran Church
10 West 150th St.
Harvey, IL 60426

True Holiness Church of God in Christ
15300 Loomis
Harvey, IL 60426

United Pentecostal Church
164th Lathrop
Harvey, IL 60426

Universal Baptist Church
163 West 156th St.
Harvey, IL 60426

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City-Wide Clean-Up Day
Harvey viaducts are painted as a part of the Beautification Program

More than 70 residents continue to meet every other Saturday since Mayor Eric J. Kellogg took office to assist in physically cleaning up areas of Harvey needing aesthetic improvements.

"It is proven to me every time we go out to clean that so many people share my vision of a clean and proud Harvey," Kellogg said. "Together -- lot by lot, street by street, and alley by alley -- with hard work, we can clean up this City."

At each City-Wide Clean-Up Day, volunteers meet at 8 a.m. at the Harvey Street Department located at 110 W. 159th Street. Dispatched until noon, volunteers then work on a specific ward. The wards are chosen on a rotating basis.

The City of Harvey provides most of the tools, trucks, mowers and necessary equipment to assist the volunteers, but it is truly the volunteers working to better the City.

The crews focus on abandoned lots, neglected properties, littered alleys, parkways and anything that needs to be cleaned.

Though Kellogg's administration makes up the core of the clean-up effort each week, citizen volunteers from Harvey and other cities are lending a hand. Mayor Shaw of Dolton sends the Dolton Street Department and trucks over on a regular basis. Mayor DeGraff of South Holland and Kellogg have even organized a joint venture clean-up in Fall 2003.

For more information or to volunteer for the City-Wide Clean-Up Days, please call the Street Department at 708-210-5304.
Adopt-A-Lot Program
Adopt-a-lot signs rest before their destinations are determined.

In July 2003, Mayor Eric J. Kellogg introduced the Adopt-A-Lot Program in an effort to address the maintenance of abandoned lots throughout the City of Harvey.

Businesses, elected officials, citizens, city employees, block clubs, churches and other community groups have all adopted blocks in the City.

Once an organization adopts an abandoned lot, the City provides the initial grass cutting, making it easier for the organization to beautify the newly adopted lot.

Each lot location received an attractive sign recognizing the name of the organization or person adopting the lot.

City Departments that have adopted abandonded lots include:

• The Mayor's Office
• Harvey Water Department
• Harvey Street Department
• Harvey Clerk's Office
• The Harvey Planning Department
• Harvey Police Department
• Harvey Fire Department
• All Harvey Aldermen

As an additional effort, Mayor Kellogg directed Harvey's Corporate Counsel, Betty Lewis, to identify the rightful owners of the respective lots and pursue all efforts to levy liens against the negligent property owners.

For additional information on the program or to adopt an empty lot, please call the Mayor's Office at 708-210-5300.
Beautification Program
A volunteer plants flowers to help beautify downtown Harvey

Motiviated by a vision to make Harvey as aesthetically pleasing as neighboring cities Homewood and South Holland, Mayor Eric J. Kellogg launched the City's first Beautification Program in the summer of 2003.

Geared to develop community pride attract economic development, the Beautification Program consists of more than encouraging residents to place flowers throughout the community. The City-Wide Clean-Up and Adopt-A-Lot Programs make up core components of the Harvey Beautification Program.

Pride in Harvey, A City-Wide Clean-Up Day
Every other Saturday since taking office, Mayor Kellogg leads residents, city employees and other volunteers on short excursions throughout the area to clean up the City of Harvey.

Adopt-A-Lot Program
Individuals, businesses and other organizations are encouraged to adopt one of the dilapidated lots scattered throughout Harvey. After providing the initial grass cutting, the City also provides a prominently displayed sign featuring the adopting organization's name.
Drug Houses
Harvey police found drugs, money and guns in a recent raid

In the summer of 2003, Harvey Mayor Eric J. Kellogg introduced a remarkably successfully and innovative tactic to deter crime: The mayor publicly displays large, prominent signs in front of homes and residences raided for drugs.

Homes display this sign afer raids
The four- by seven-foot signs read: "Harvey Police Department successfully raided this building and found illegal drugs. Anyone found on the property other than the owner will be arrested."

During raids, Harvey police have found more than 10 grams of crack cocain, a shotgun, two marijuana plants, a small amount of marijuana, a digital scale, drug paraphernalia and more.

"These signs are to show the residents of Harvey that this administration is serious about the drug house initiative," Kellogg said. "We have people coming to Harvey from all over to buy drugs. When they see these signs, we are sending a message that they need to keep moving and look elsewhere."

To report a drug house or get involved in the program, please call the Harvey Police Department at 708-331-3030 or the Mayor's Office at 708-210-5300.
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