Public Invited to Provide Input on Downtown Streetscape Project

Rescheduled Public Open House Set for Wednesday, July 13

NAPERVILLE, Ill. — The City of Naperville’s Transportation, Engineering and Development Business Group and P2C Design, LLC will host a rescheduled public open house on Wednesday, July 13 to share information about the ongoing Downtown Streetscape Project and seek perspective of area residents and businesses. The meeting is open to the public and scheduled from 4 to 7 p.m. in Meeting Room B of the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St.

The City has contracted with P2C Design, LLC for work on the Downtown Streetscape Project, which will gather inventory on the current streetscape conditions and develop a new standard that will enhance the downtown area. Topics that will be discussed during the open house include an analysis of existing conditions of the current downtown streetscape and an updated, proposed streetscape design plan to enhance the pedestrian environment and visual elements of the downtown area.

Participants may come and go as they please during the open house to view plans and gain information during 10 to 15 minute presentations about project plans. Attendees will also be invited to fill out a survey to provide input. Interested parties may also give feedback through a survey at Online surveys must be submitted by Wednesday, July 20.

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