You can view a list of all City Departments on this page. Under the department name is a list of Service Providers for that department.
City Council Office of Financial Analysis
In 2015, the City Council Office of Financial Analysis (COFA) was created to serve as the City Council’s independent budgetary arm. COFA provides the City Council with fiscal analysis of legislation, forecasts, and budget recommendations.
Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability
In July 2021, the Chicago City Council passed an ordinance creating a new model for police oversight, accountability, and public safety.
Office of the Mayor
The Mayor of Chicago, the city's chief executive officer, directs city departments and appoints department heads, with the advice and consent of the city council.
311 City Services
Call 311 for assistance with non-emergency City Services and for information on events, programs and agencies within the City of Chicago.
The Department of Administrative Hearings is an independent quasi-judicial body. The matters which come before us to be adjudicated relate to the public health, safety, welfare, morals and economic well being of the residents of the City of Chicago.
Animal Care and Control
Chicago Animal Care and Control protects public safety and ensures the humane care of animals through sheltering, pet placement, education and animal law enforcement.
Assets, Information and Services
The Department of Assets, Information and Services (AIS) supports the operations of other City Departments by providing high-quality and cost-effective services. Formerly the Department of Fleet and Facility Management (2FM), including the consolidation of the Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT).
The Department of Buildings enhances safety and quality of life for Chicago's residents and visitors through permitting, inspections, trade licensing, and code enforcement.
Business Affairs and Consumer Protection
The Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) ensures a fair and vibrant marketplace for businesses, workers and consumers in the City of Chicago. BACP licenses businesses and public vehicles, regulates business activity, protects consumers from fraud, enforces Chicago’s labor laws, partners with business service organizations and provides education and resources for businesses.