Complete Streets

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Simply put, the Complete Streets approach to infrastructure maintenance and construction focuses on optimizing the public right-of-way to meet the needs of all users.

Complete Streets may involve adding bicycle and pedestrian accommodations within the right-of-way or improving a separate path and trail system. Complete Streets can also incorporate additional elements that improve the appearance of the area and the overall experience for all users. Examples of these additional elements include providing shade trees and benches for pedestrians, establishing bus stops, installing wayfinding, and placing appropriate lighting.

Aldermen approved a Complete Streets Ordinance (Ordinance 2016-87) on August 22, 2016. The ordinance established Complete Streets as the desired approach to infrastructure maintenance and construction. In addition, the ordinance established a list of design standard references and an annual reporting requirement. Click here to view the most recent Complete Streets Report.
Bicycle Infrastructure
Sidewalks and Ramps
School Walking Routes
Traffic Calming
2019 Safe Routes to School Grant
2020 Rebuild Illinois Fast-Track Public Infrastructure Grant

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