Village of Oswego issued the following announcement on Aug. 16.
Help the Village of Oswego make downtown Oswego safer for pedestrians!
The Village of Oswego has been working with the Illinois Department of Transportation, which controls Washington Street (Route 34), to identify ways to improve safety and maintain traffic flow. Potential improvements could include new traffic signals and other enhancements to Washington Street to help shoppers, diners and residents cross the street safely.
Join us for an open house on Wednesday, Sept. 18, anytime between 4:30 and 7 p.m. at Oswego Village Hall, 100 Parkers Mill, and learn about potential improvements that could improve safety for pedestrians in our growing downtown. Residents will get the chance to ask questions one-on-one and offer input on the proposed improvements.
Questions? Contact Community Engagement Coordinator Jenette Sturges at firstname.lastname@example.org or PM the Village of Oswego here on Facebook.
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Source: Village of Oswego