Get Involved in Harvey
A member of the Harvey Book Club expresses her point of view

100 Women for Harvey

Founded in October 2002, this organization is dedicated to empowering the residents of Harvey to become aware of and involved with the cultural and physical needs of the City.

"The City of Harvey needs help," said Phyllis Smallwood, president of the organization. "We are dedicated to inspiring the citizens of this great City to begin to lend a helping hand in putting this community back on the right track."

The 100 Women for Harvey has aided the City in its flower beautification program by planting and manicuring flowers in more than 60 wooden barrels provided by the City and placed throughout the community.

The self-funded group is always looking for new members. To get involved in the organization, please attend one of the monthly meetings. The group meets at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the Rosa Parks School located at 147th and Roby.

Harvey Book Club

Expand your literary horizons and get motivated to read with the Harvey Book Club. The club meets on the last Saturday of every month at 10 a.m.-noon at the Harvey Community Center. For more information, please call 708-596-7876.

M.I.A. Organization
The Mayor's Intelligence Agency helps keep the administration and law enforcement informed of the "word on the street." Citizens interested in joining the M.I.A. can contact Princeton Fields at at 708-210-5300.

Spring Summer Bi-Monthly Clean-Up
Every other month the citizens of Harvey join together to clean up the streets of Harvey. Contact the Street Department for more information at 708-210-5304.

Adopt-a-Lot Program
As a part of Mayor Kellogg's Beautification program, the Adopt-a-Lot Program helps keep the empty lots of Harvey clean of clutter and trash.
Mayor's Welcome
On behalf the entire Harvey community, I would like to welcome you to the official web site of Harvey, Illinois.
Eric J. Kellogg