CONTACT US

Inquiries

For general or membership inquiries,
please send an email to:

hr@cgauxchicago.com


We can also be reached at:

(312) 650-9040



Flotilla 35-6 Chicago meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month.​ Visitors are welcome, but please contact us for more information before attending a meeting.



Current Meeting Location:

Chicago Yacht Club
400 E Monroe St,
Chicago, IL 60603


2022 Member Meeting Dates (4th Tuesday of Each Month)

  • January 25

  • February 22

  • March 22

  • April 26

  • May 24

  • June 28

  • July 26

  • August 23

  • September 27

  • October 25

  • November 22

  • December (NO MEETING)


Important Information To Know BEFORE Contacting Us:


Membership

All prospective members are welcome to attend our monthly meetings - but please contact us prior to attending. Thanks!

On Water Emergencies

Contact the U.S. Coast Guard via VHF Radio Channel 16 or (if available) local fire/police resources by calling 911.

Navigation Hazards

The Coast Guard relies on the input of the maritime community to self-report hazards to navigation, such as discrepant buoys and beacons, or debris. There are several options to report waterway hazards: Use the Aids to Navigation Discrepancy Report; call the Navigation Center at +1.703.313.5900; call your local Coast Guard command center via VHF radio Channel 16.

Expired Flares

The US Coast Guard, and the US Coast Guard Auxiliary are no longer permitted to accept out-dated marine flares and/or pyrotechnics (meteors, orange smoke, etc.). Local fire services or police agencies are most likely sources for advice or assistance on proper disposal of such devices in your area. Out-dated flares are considered explosive hazardous waste, and should never be thrown overboard, activated in the marine environment, or placed in household trash. In addition, flares contain perchlorate (a pollutant & likely human carcinogen) so soaking them in water as a means of disposal is not a viable solution. Please do not contact us regarding these devices. Contact your local city or county fire agency for advice.


Vessel Safety Checks

To request a Vessel Safety Check, please visit:
http://cgaux.org/vsc/


For additional information, please check the Auxiliary's National, District Nine - Western Region, and/or the Division 35 Station Chicago website for other items of interest.