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The Village of Buffalo Grove will host an open house on Thursday, November 16, 2017 to reveal and gather feedback for the draft vision of the future Lake Cook Corridor. The draft vision has been shaped by community input and grounded by environmental, fiscal, and market realities.
Prior to this open house, public outreach activities have included public meetings, online surveys, and key stakeholder interviews. A public meeting was held this past summer when the project consultant team presented three framework alternatives for the Corridor. The public was invited to comment on all aspects of each alternative during the meeting and online. These comments were then utilized to guide the vision for the Corridor.
All residents, business owners, property owners, community leaders, and other stakeholders are invited to attend the open house to view and comment on the presented draft vision.
Lake Cook Corridor Market Study and Plan
Open House to View the Draft Vision
Thursday, November 16, 2017
6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Buffalo Grove Village Hall
50 Raupp Blvd.
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Attendees are welcome to stop by any time between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Project team members will be present to address comments, questions, and collect additional feedback from the community.
The Lake Cook Corridor is a key asset for the Buffalo Grove community. It encompasses more than 472 acres of land and includes an excess of one million square feet of commercial space, residential dwellings, the Village campus and municipal golf course. The Corridor also serves as a gateway to the Village as it connects Buffalo Grove to a regional network of expressways, highways, and other major roads. With more than 40,000 vehicles traveling on it per day, Lake Cook Road is one of the most utilized and visible roads in the Chicago region.
The project team anticipates the plan will be completed by early 2018.
For more information about the project, and to sign up for its mailing list, please visit the website at www.vbg.org/LCC. This website is routinely updated to announce public engagement activities, project updates, and other related news.