With aldermen debating how much to spend on improvements to the city’s infrastructure in this tight budget year, we thought you might be interested in seeing what capital improvement projects may be — or may not be — coming to your neighborhood.

With aldermen debating how much to spend on improvements to the city’s infrastructure in this tight budget year, we thought you might be interested in seeing what capital improvement projects may be — or may not be — coming to your neighborhood.

So, here’s a couple of resources you can dig into to find answers to that question. The first is a map showing the location of the most of the capital improvement projects the aldermen are considering. There’s a detail from the map above, and you can download the full map here.

The numbers on the map are keyed to a list of project descriptions and anticipated costs that starts at page four of this downloadable document.

Before you get enthused about a particular project — note that those ranked as priority two or three on the list are, at least for now, not scheduled to actually be funded this year. (That’s any project numbered 85 or higher on the map.)

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Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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