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We rent porta potties for events and construction projects in the Humboldt Park area.

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Porta Potty Rental, Humboldt Park IL

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Humboldt Park is a Chicago neighborhood located on the near northwest side. It is bounded by North Avenue, Diversey Parkway, Pulaski Road, and Francisco Ave. Humboldt Park has a population of 40,219 and covers .

There are two privately funded theater companies that operate out of Humboldt Park: Lifeline Theatre in the former St. Margaret’s church building and Threshold Repertory Theater in the 2nd Unitarian Church building at 1143 W. Hirsch Street.

There are three Catholic churches within the neighborhood: St. Cornelius, St. Pascal and St. Rita, as well as a number of other Roman Catholic churches in adjacent neighborhoods including Christ the King and Our Lady of Guadalupe both in North Lawndale and St. Benedict in River West/Bucktown.

In addition to the public parks there is also a community gardens located at 1805 N California Ave, managed by the non-profit Humboldt Park Community Coalition (HPCC) under the Chicago Department of Planning and Development. The garden is dedicated to the memory of Judith Roderer, a volunteer gardener who helped to create the garden with the goal of providing low-income families with access to nearby gardening space. In addition to food production, the garden provides seasonal produce for more than 100 families who use its plots and has provided over 1,730 hours of affordable gardening time for Chicagoans who wish to grow their own vegetables. In 2013, HPCC named their annual harvest festival after Roderer’s son Michael and daughter Liz in her honor.

In 2012, the park district installed two modern playgrounds in Humboldt Park: one at 1150 N Sacramento Ave and the other at 1240 N Sacramento Ave. These were built as part of a $1.7 million investment into new playgrounds in Chicago parks. The facilities include a climbing wall, play structures and splash pad with interactive water jets. Other amenities include new fencing, benches, drinking fountains, decorative paving and walkways.

The Humboldt Park Festival Gardens is an open-air market along North Avenue with produce stands that open on Saturdays during the spring/summer months (April-October). It was established in 1993 at 1301 N. Humboldt Blvd. It is run by the Humboldt Park Community Coalition (HPCC) in conjunction with the Chicago Park District. An annual book sale is held at the Humboldt Park Festival Gardens on weekends during the spring/summer months.

Humboldt Park has a Children’s Garden, which was established under the Creative Garden Program of National Public Gardens Association. It operates a nonprofit organization “Humboldt Park Community Garden.” The Children’s Green houses an entire classroom in a shipping container, providing a learning environment that enables children to grow their own food, make crafts and other projects. The garden also features play structures for children and adults

Another landmark on the north end of Humboldt Park is the Polish Constitution Day Parade, held on the first Sunday in May. The parade runs along Division Street, between the Garfield and Kedzie Blue Line stations. “Przystanek Wood” (Wood Station) is located at 1346 N Sacramento Ave. It is a non-profit art gallery used to showcase Polish visual artists and their works. The building also hosts events such as movie nights, anniversary parties and a farmers market every Tuesday from 10am-2pm.