The Wheaton City Council will review public feedback and share input regarding the updated Roosevelt Road Corridor Plan at the May 23 City Council Planning Session.
With the assistance of consulting firm Camiros Ltd., the City has been working for some time to create a plan to help guide future development along the Roosevelt Road Corridor from Carlton Avenue to Wheaton’s eastern boundary. This plan aims to establish a future land use policy that responds to existing conditions and emerging trends; creates opportunities for commercial and residential development; and respects the established character along and adjacent to the corridor.
At the beginning of 2022, the City shared with the community an updated draft plan. The City then sought community feedback on the draft through a series of public meetings (held in-person and through Zoom) and an online survey. The City and Camiros have compiled this feedback, and the resulting information will be presented to the City Council at the May 23 City Council Planning Session. The City Council will review this feedback and share their input in preparation for the City to hold a public hearing and consider a final draft.
The community is welcome to attend the City Council Planning Session, which will take place at 7 p.m. Monday, May 23 in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 303 W. Wesley St. You can also attend this meeting via Zoom (see below), and this meeting will be recorded and available on the City’s website. Please note that while this meeting will gather input from the City Council, no formal action will be taken. The next step in this process will be a public hearing, and the City will send notices once this public hearing date is determined.
You can read more about the Roosevelt Road Corridor Plan on the City’s website at www.wheaton.il.us/rooseveltroad.
To join the May 23 City Council Planning Session via Zoom: