Looking for a highly qualified and licensed local Rogers Park locksmith? Secure Locks is a superior choice – we are licensed and insured in the state of Illinois and we back our services with a 90-Day Labor Guarantee. Our staff is friendly and professional, and we continue to be available to clients 24/7.
Finding a locksmith near Rogers Park, Chicago
Rogers Park residents and businesses continue to be a high priority to Secure Locks. We are thrilled to extend our reliable locksmith services to your Rogers Park home or business where we hope to continue a long-lasting business relationship built on the reliability and integrity of our services.
Local automotive locksmith service in Rogers Park, Chicago
If your keys were stolen and you are unable to enter your home call Secure Locks now and we will dispatch a technician immediately. Once our technician arrives they will do their best to allow you entry without damaging your locks or hardware. They will also offer professional advice on varying options for the future, including rekeying and programming to secure your property.
We are also capable of replacing your car keys even if you have no key at all. You do not have to tow your vehicle to the dealer, as they are often expensive and inconvenient. Secure Locks can create and program a new key on-site at your location.
About Rogers Park, Chicago
Rogers Park residents have a great deal a pride to be a part of the #1 neighborhood in Chicago, and indeed it is #1. Rogers Park is listed as community area #1 out of 77 neighborhoods on Chicago’s Official Community Area Map.
The Native Indian tribe called the Potawatomi were the first settlers of Park Ridge before the 1800’s. It was not until 1839 when Philip Rogers (yes, Rogers Park is named after Philip) built the very first farm in the area. Prillip Rogers was a very successful farmer who quickly amassed 1600 acres of property, which was passed to his daughter Catherine and son-in-law Patrick Touhy when Philip died at age of 44.
In 1878, Patrick Touhy (today’s Touhy Road was named after Patrick) and other large landowners incorporated the Village of Rogers Park, which was annexed by the city of Chicago in 1893.
After World War I Rogers Park had an influx of a large Jewsih population from Italy, Ireland, and Eastern Europe. In the mid-century community’s diversity once again was increased with immigrants from Mexico as well, new African-Americans moving from the south side and other Chicago neighborhoods. Refugees from Southeast Asia arrived after the Vietnam War, and another wave of Russian Jewish immigrants arrived in the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Today Rogers Park remains the melting pot it has always been. It is still known for its lush green public spaces, live theater, early 20th century architecture, diverse restaurants and bars, and lakeside waterfront beaches.