Updated: March 28, 2013 6:16AM
Oak Lawn officials envision new shops and dining options, bike routes and other amenities for the 95th Street Corridor, but they want to know what residents envision, too.
To that end, an online survey is being conducted through April 8, according to a village news release. To take the survey, residents can visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/oaklawnplanning.
Using funding from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, the village is working with Teska Associates to identify opportunities to improve the corridor, the release said. Improvements in the study could include new shops and dining, safer pedestrian crossings, bike routes, landscaping and community signage, the release said.
Residents are asked to include an email address at the end of the survey if they wish to stay involved in the planning for 95th Street.
For more information, contact Josh Jones at (708) 499-7055, by emailing email@example.com, or by visiting the village hall, 9446 S. Raymond Ave.
Comments can also be left on the project website, oaklawn95thstreetcorridorplan.wordpress.com, where public meeting dates, event updates and documents also will be posted.