The Village's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) reflects a strong commitment to maintain high-quality infrastructure for the benefit of residents and businesses in Glenview.
The map below shows the Capital Improvement Projects being accomplished in 2018. A larger version in its own window can be accessed here through ArcGIS online.
- Click on the white "i" in the blue circle at the upper right for a legend of what the projects are and a description of the map.
- Click on the arrow on the bottom bar to segregate projects by type.
- Click on the magnifying glass at left to search for work near a particular address (use abbreviations for St, Ln, Ave, etc.).
For more detailed explanations of each 2018 infrastructure improvement, click on the list of specific projects below the map.
The Village annually updates its five-year Capital Improvement Program. Road projects to be included in the Capital Improvement Program are evaluated based on age; Infrastructure Management Services' ratings of the surface and base; staff evaluation; resident input; and scheduling of other improvements in the area.
2018 public improvement projects
East Lake Avenue Bridge over the West Fork of the North Branch of the Chicago River
The exterior lanes of traffic on the East Lake Avenue Bridge over the West Fork of the North Branch of the Chicago River (east of Harms Road) were closed February 17, 2018 by the Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways (which owns East Lake Avenue) following an evaluation of the bridge by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
A contractor hired by the County began work in September to make temporary repairs to the bridge. The work includes patching existing concrete abutments and piers and installing additional support beams. There will be minimal impact to the current traffic pattern that has closed the outside lanes of travel because most of the work will occur below the bridge deck accessed from a river barge. Occasionally, lanes may be further restricted during movement of materials and equipment. The work is expected to be completed by the end of January 2019, weather permitting. At that time, the lanes could be reopened.
For questions or comments, contact:
- Alan Hasler, P.E., Project Resident Engineer (630) 210-6924
- Aaron Lebowitz, P.E., Area Supervising Engineer (312) 405-1968
- Holly A. Cichy, P.E., Chief Engineer of Construction (312) 519-8813
Regional transportation projects
Other jurisdictions, such as the Illinois Department of Transportation and Cook County Highway Department, plan and undertake work on roads they own and maintain in the Glenview area.