September 27, 2022
Public Meeting - Uptown South Community Feedback Opportunity
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
The Town of Normal encourages residents and community members to attend an in-person public meeting to provide feedback on the future of Uptown South, the area south of the railroad tracks near City Hall.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Central Time
Date: Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022
Place: Room 409, City Hall, 4th floor, 11 Uptown Circle
Uptown South, about eight acres of land in the heart of Normal, is defined as the area bounded by South Linden Street to the east, East Irving Street to the south, the Constitution Trail to the west, and the train tracks to the north.
“As promised, the Town has been offering a variety of means for the public to provide feedback about what they would like to see in this area. In July, the Town asked residents to complete an online survey to provide their vision the future of this area in the heart of our community and we also hosted an online public meeting to gather initial feedback,” says Town of Normal Planner Mercy Davison. “This in-person session is the next step in the process.”
At the September 27 meeting, the design team will present three alternative land-use scenarios, developed from previous public engagement. Participants can give feedback on preferred scenarios and characteristics. Input will be gathered in a variety of ways including discussion and comments, sticky notes, voting, game activities, etc. This meeting is expected to be 1.5 hours long.
In addition to these opportunities for the public to provide input, the consultant is completing market and transportation analyses and reviewing sustainability strategies.
The Uptown South Master Plan project page on the Town of Normal’s website provides a summary of the project, milestones and additional information about the public process.
If you need assistance accessing any program, service or event provided by the Town of Normal, please email ADA Coordinator Greg Troemel or call 309-454-9581.
Members of Town Council, Planning Commission, Zoning Board, and Historic Preservation have been invited to participate in the conversation.