Please join us Wednesday, June 23rd, at 3 pm for the
111th Street, Homan Avenue to Sacramento Avenue
Virtual Community Meeting!
To register CLICK HERE
The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) is conducting a corridor improvement project along 111th Street from Homan Avenue to Sacramento Avenue. Building off of the success of the first section of the 111th Street project and the 111th Street Feasibility Study, this project aims to increase safety for all users, improve the traffic flow, and increase walkability and neighborhood connectivity.
Please join us for a virtual public meeting to review the proposed 111th Street improvements. At this meeting, the project team will present the design and coordination to date as well as provide an opportunity for questions and answers. If you are unable to attend the meeting, a recording will be posted here after the meeting. Registration for the meeting is required and can be found here: 111th St Public Meeting
The 111th Street project highlights include widened sidewalks, full-width roadway resurfacing, new curb and gutter, new sidewalk with ADA ramps, site furnishings including benches, bike racks and waste containers, new shade trees, new decorative street lighting with energy-efficient LED light, light pole mounted community identifiers, above-ground planters, hanging baskets, sidewalk medallions, and decorative stamped crosswalks.
Questions or comments regarding the project can be submitted below.