Public Invited to Provide Input on Downtown Streetscape Project

Morning and Afternoon Public Input Sessions Set for Wednesday, September 4

The City of Naperville’s Transportation, Engineering and Development Business (TED) Group will host two public input sessions on Wednesday, September 4 to share preliminary designs for the first phase of the Downtown Streetscape Project improvements. A morning session will take place from 7 to 10 a.m. and an evening session will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. Both sessions are open to the public and scheduled in the NEU meeting room at the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St.

The proposed project aims to rebuild sections of Webster, Jefferson, Main, and Jackson to the Downtown Streetscape Standards. The construction, which is tentatively scheduled to begin in spring of 2020, includes utility repair and upgrades, streetscape modernization, complete road reconstruction and pavement upgrades for Jefferson Avenue, Main Street and Jackson Avenue in the downtown core. The new design will also include changing the existing angled parking on Main Street and Jefferson Avenue to parallel parking. These updates will improve pedestrian mobility, accessibility and safety in this area.

City staff, along with project consultant, CivilTech Engineering, Inc., will share three preliminary project designs and traffic alternatives during each input session. Attendees will have the opportunity to share feedback about their preferred options during these open house-style events. City and CivilTech representatives will be on site during both sessions to provide details and answer questions. No formal presentation will be given; the same information will be provided at the morning and evening sessions. Feedback collected will be considered when choosing the final streetscape design.

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