Please join us for the third Jefferson Park Station Area Master Plan community open house from 6:30-8:00 p.m. on Monday, January 22nd at the Copernicus Center Annex, 5214 W. Lawrence Avenue in Chicago.
At the Open House, there will be a presentation on outreach and feedback to date, followed by an opportunity to learn more and comment on recommendations that have been developed for the draft Master Plan. Key topics include transportation, economic development and community character. Design guidelines and design concepts will also be shared for public comment.
We hope to see you at the Open House to hear your thoughts and ideas! Your comments will help to guide the implementation of recommendations that have been developed by the Jefferson Park community over the past eight months, including three community meetings, over a dozen outreach events, 1,100 responses to community surveys and over 200 comment cards.
Welcome to ACCESS JEFF PARK, the website for the Jefferson Park Station Area Master Plan. The plan will focus around the Jefferson Park Station Area in Chicago, home to the CTA Blue Line, Metra UP Northwest, twelve CTA bus lines, and three Pace bus lines. The plan will look at improving access for all modes of transportation and form a vision for complementary uses around the station to support local businesses and the character of the surrounding Jefferson Park community. The project is being led by the City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development and Alderman John Arena, with support from the Regional Transportation Authority.
To get involved in the plan, we encourage you to:
- Follow the website with this EMAIL SIGNUP to get all future project updates
- Use the SHARE YOUR IDEA tool to provide a photo or a document that accentuates your ideas for Jefferson Park
- Review RESOURCES, such as maps of the Project Study Area and Market Area
- Read past project updates on the PAST NEWS page