The Village of Oak Lawn invites all residents to take a survey that will helpshape and improve the appearance of the 95th Street Corridor.
The village has received a grant from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) and is working with Teska Associates to identify opportunities for planning improvements along the corridor—from Pulaski to Harlem.
Improvements identified in the study may include new shops and dining, safer pedestrian crossings, bike routes and amenities, such as landscape and community signage.
Residents are invited to take a 10-minute survey, which includes questions about shopping, walkability, biking, and overall satisfaction with the appearance, safety and traffic along 95th Street.
Feedback from the surveys will be used to help shape future development along 95th Street. Residents who wish to be involved in future planning should include their email addresses at the end of the survey.
All Oak Lawn residents are invited to participate, including middle school and high school students. Residents can also track the study’s progress on the Oak Lawn 95th Street Corridor blog.
The survey will be open until April 8. For more information contact Josh Jones by phone at 708-499-7055, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.