Chicago: Vote on Participatory Budgeting Projects in Your Ward!

March 19, 2013 at 7:05 pm

Attention residents of Chicago’s 46th Ward:

It’s up to you, come choose how our ward spends $1 million in menu money for our neighborhood! Active transportation advocates will be happy to know there are quite a few great traffic calming, bike infrastructure, and pedestrian-oriented proposals, as well as other public safety and beautification proposals created by residents of the ward.

Mark your calendars for the project expos:

Saturday, April 6 10 AM – 12PM
Uplift High School (900 W Wilson Ave)
Transit: Red (Wilson), #78, #81, #136, #146, or #148 bus

Monday, April 8 6 – 8 PM
Preston Bradley Center (941 W Lawrence Ave)
Transit: Red (Lawrence), #81, #136, #148, or #151 bus

Voting will take place April 27 – May 5.

If you’re a resident of the ward (or just interested in seeing what we’re proposing), please stop by! It’s important that we get out the alternative (walk, bike, and transportation) transportation vote in order to make much-needed safety and comfort improvements in the 46th ward (and hopefully, all across Chicago).

If you feel inclined, please distribute the PDF below and spread the word!

Click for printable PDF.

Click for printable PDF.