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At their last meeting, the Village Board approved an updated Comprehensive Plan for the Village of Romeoville. The update was made possible by a grant from the Chicago Metropolitan Area for Planning (CMAP). The Village worked closely with its consultant, Teska Associates of Evanston, IL, on an extensive planning process. The plan was also shaped through a variety of public meetings with key community stakeholders including business owners and school officials as well as members of the community.
The 2017 Comprehensive Plan outlines a vision for future land uses, transportation routes, and development options for the next 10-15 years. The plan focuses on three key development areas which include the Webber road corridor, Uptown Square, and the Lewis University district.
“The Comprehensive Plan is vital to our continued growth as a community,” said Mayor Noak. “This new plan will put us on a great path for the next decade. We greatly appreciate the community’s participation through this process.”
For information on the plan, please contact our community development department at 815-886-7200. To view the plan, visit www.romeoville.org.