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33rd Ward - 2017 Suggestions for Infrastructure Improvements
Every year each Chicago ward is allotted $1.32 million to be used for a “menu” of infrastructure maintenance and improvements for each ward. In the 33rd Ward, Alderman Deb Mell is trying something NEW to engage the community and make the process as transparent as possible. $1 million will be used for resident's suggested infrastructure projects.

Alderman Mell invites community groups and ward residents to participate. Audits must be completed and returned to the 33rd Ward Office by March 31st, 2017. The ward office will review the data from these inputs along with data from the City’s 311 system and city departments to create a list of possible public projects for your area.

While $1.32 million never goes as far as we would like, we want to know which priorities are most important to you and your neighbors. If we are not able to fund all identified projects in 2017, we will consider them for the following year. We look forward to working together with all of you to ensure that our menu dollars are being spent where they are needed most.

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Residential Street Resurfacing (estimated at $70,500 per block)
This program is for asphalt resurfacing of residential streets and will consist of three stages: milling, utility adjustments, and final pavement. If the location selected has existing residential street speed humps, humps will be replaced as part of the street resurfacing project. If existing curbs are in substandard condition, curb replacement will be recommended prior to resurfacing. Due to the magnitude of this program, consecutive or adjacent street locations are encouraged to help increase production and minimize costs. Unimproved streets (where full construction is needed due to drainage problems, etc.) are addressed by other CDOT programs. This program does not include State routes, Cook County routes or arterial streets. Once approved, temporary "no parking" signs will alert residents as to when their block will be resurfaced. The notices will direct people to relocate their vehicles to adjacent blocks so that the street is entirely free of obstacles for resurfacing to take place.

Note 1: ADA Ramps will be installed where needed to comply with Federally Mandated guidelines
Note 2: If you would like to reinstall any existing speed humps, please indicate.

Please provide the Street name and Block (Ex. 3000 Block of W Irving Park Rd)
Residential Alley Resurfacing (estimated at $49,500 per block)
This program is for asphalt resurfacing of residential alleys. Any concrete alleys selected for repaving will be charged at a higher rate due to the higher cost of grinding down concrete. Unimproved alleys (where full construction is needed due to drainage problems, etc.) are addressed by other CDOT programs, including the Green Alley Program component of your Menu. Please indicate the 4 border streets surrounding the alley. If the alley is not surrounded by streets, but by some natural boundary such as a river, railroad track, etc., please identify that natural boundary. (For example: Wentworth, 22nd St, 23rd St, Dan Ryan Expressway). If there are more than 4 surrounding sides, please add them, as appropriate. In order to help clarify the location, also list the street address of a property behind which the alley is located. Please note, the attached alley selection forms will allow you to select the first initial alley submission, the second form will allow you to select any subsequent alley locations for construction. We may also use a subsequent location as an alternate location in case of any conflicts.

Note 1: ADA Ramps will be installed where needed to comply with Federally Mandated guidelines.
Note 2: If selected location has existing alley speed humps, they will be replaced as part of this resurfacing

Please identify your alley by the streets bordering it (Ex. Irving Park / Sacramento / Byron / Whipple)
Alley Speed Hump Program (estimated at $1,400 per block)
Visit our website for the petition at 33rdward.org or call our office at (773) 478-8040. This program is primarily designed to reduce vehicular traffic speed in residential alleys and will consist of installing raised rubber 'humps' on improved alleys. No resurfacing will be included as part of this program. CDOT recommends a survey of the affected residents before choosing a location and retains the final approval for each location. Due to the variety and shape of alleys throughout the City, actual quantities and prices will vary accordingly. Please list each alley individually. On the attached alley form, indicate the 4 border streets surrounding the alley. If the alley is not surrounded by streets, but by some natural boundary such as a river, railroad track, etc., please identify that natural boundary. (For example: Wentworth, 22nd St, 23rd St, Dan Ryan Expressway). If there are more than 4 surrounding sides, please add them, as appropriate. In order to help clarify the location, also list the street address of a property behind which the alley is located.
Please identify your alley by the streets bordering it (Ex. Irving Park / Sacramento / Byron / Whipple)
Street Speed Hump Program (estimated at $3,700 per block)
Visit our website for the petition at 33rdward.org or call our office at (773) 478-8040. This program is designed to reduce vehicular traffic speed on residential streets and will consist of installing raised asphalt 'humps'. No resurfacing will be included as part of this program. CDOT recommends a survey of the affected residents before choosing a location and retains the final approval for each location.
Please provide the Street name and Block (Ex. 3000 Block of W Irving Park Rd)
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