What percentage of the total budget should go toward street resurfacing?
Resurfacing is necessary to address streets and sidewalks that have deteriorated, are safety hazards and are generally in poor condition. Residents, businesses and visitors to the 36th Ward will benefit from improved safety when traveling in the ward. Read more...
Breathing New Life on Torrence Avenue
Trees contribute to our environment by providing oxygen, improving air quality, helping conserve energy, and beautifying our community. Breathing New Life on Torrence Avenue is $30k project to plant 60 trees along Torrence Avenue.
Estimated Cost: $30,000
Location: West Side of Torrence Avenue from 103rd-108th
Light the Night
Light the Night is a project that will install flood lights onto existing light post in CPD designated "hotspots." Hotspots are locations identified by the Chicago Police Department as areas prone to repetitive acts of crime or violence.
Estimated Cost: $17,000
Location: CPD identified 'Hot Spots' throughout the 10th Ward
Safe, Playable and Competitive Baseball Fields for George Washington High School
Safety is a concern for our student athletes. The Rowan Park baseball fields are in need of safe and bigger dugouts to accommodate high school teams, as well as other safety upgrades (pitching mound, drainage system, etc).
Estimated Cost: $160,000
Location: Rowan Park (Baseball Diamond)
Exercise Stations Along the Burnham Greenway Bike Path
The Burnham Greenway is a 5.3 mile long bike path located on (E. 100th St. to Ave O). Trail activities include biking, incline skating, wheel chair accessibility, and walking. We are looking to install six exercise stations every half mile. Fitness stations will include dips, crunches, pull ups and more.
Estimated Cost: $85,000
Location: The Burnham Greenway Bike Path (E. 100th St. to Ave O)