Foot locker hours at Foot Lockers: What to expect in the foot locker rooms

In a move to open up foot locker hours, the city of Chicago has announced it is opening up foot lockers in some of its buildings.

The city said Wednesday it has plans to open four more of its foot locker facilities by July 1.

The locations will be in:The first one will open in the Roosevelt neighborhood, where the city said the first floor will include a walk-in lockers for foot health care professionals.

The second floor will have walk-ins for foot care professionals and patients, with access to a locker room for all staff, and the third floor will house walk-up locker rooms for employees.

The fourth floor will be used for administrative and reception functions.

The third floor is also expected to have a walk in locker for the city’s staff and visitors.

The first three floors will be available in March, with the final floor opening in early May.

The Chicago Department of Transportation said it expects to have the first two floors ready by July.

The walk-out locker rooms will be open to the public, and will be located in the building’s lobby, where people can bring their own belongings.

The department said the lockers are expected to open around 5 a.m. to 8 a..m., and that the number of staff members will be limited to a maximum of 10 per day.

The company that will run the facilities has not yet been named.