Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Planning

RFP: Blue Island Recreation Center Facility & Grounds Renovations

The City of Blue Island is seeking proposals from qualified general contracting firms to provide professional services to the City for execution of renovations and facility improvements to one of its open space/recreational facilities: Blue Island Recreation Center, located at 2805 W. 141st Street. The City has a strong commitment to a sustainable Blue Island, including a commitment to providing ... Read More »

Calumet National Heritage Area Feasibility Study

As part of the Calumet Region (from the Indiana Dunes to Blue Island) becoming a National Heritage Area, the Field Museum is conducting Community Conversations. Topics covered to date are the Arts, Industry and History in the Calumet area. The next topic is Environmental Heritage in the Calumet Region. Since this is a Bi-state effort two meetings will be held; ... Read More »

Calumet National Heritage Area Feasibility Study

The City of Blue Island borders the west end of the Calumet Heritage area, with the Indiana Dunes bordering the east end. The Calumet Heritage Partnership (CHP) is facilitating a feasibility study to help designate a Calumet National Heritage Area. As part of this effort, public meetings are being held dealing with the Arts, History and Industry in the Calumet ... Read More »

Community Meeting on Backyard Sustainability

Join us for a community meeting on sustainability practices that can be implemented in your own backyard. Where: Evangelical Community Church, 2237 W. 120th Street When: October, 23, 2013 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The meeting, supported by our 7th Ward Aldermen and Neighborhood Watch #37, will be facilitated by students from University of Illinois-Chicago. Participants will have the opportunity to visit stations ... Read More »

Public Comment on Comprehensive Plan

If you missed the Comprehensive Plan Open House, you still have an opportunity to review the draft plan and submit comments through 4/23. The draft plan, maps and recommendations are available for review and comment at the following locations: • Blue Island Public Library • Tommy A. Brown Sports Association • Online   The Blue Island Comprehensive Plan builds on previous planning and ... Read More »