Public Invited to Final Meeting About 248th Avenue Improvements

NAPERVILLE, Ill. — A third and final public information meeting has been scheduled to discuss planned improvements to 248th Avenue. The meeting will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 8, in Meeting Room A/B of the 95th Street Library, 3015 Cedar Glade Road. At the meeting, City staff and the project consultant will present the preferred alternative for the project, which was developed using community feedback from previous meetings. They will also discuss the project timeline and answer questions.

The City has identified the need to improve the portion of 248th Avenue that runs from 95th Street to 103rd Street. The goal of this project is to create a better driving experience for motorists, as well as better recreational experiences for bicyclists and pedestrians. Construction is tentatively expected to begin in 2024 and last for approximately 12 months.
Meeting attendees will be required to follow all applicable state and local health guidelines and to wear a mask indoors. Anyone who is not comfortable attending may contact Ray Fano at to request meeting materials. Please visit the project website at for news and updates.

Any individual with a disability requesting a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in a public information meeting should contact Kathy Landry at the 95th Street Library at least 48 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting. Kathy can be reached at (630) 637-2221 or via email at Every effort will be made to allow for meeting participation.

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