“With three new Council members, it is important that all members understand the program’s goals and objectives and resident opinions,” said RuthAnne Hall, Elgin’s Management Analyst responsible for program implementation. “We are planning a formal discussion with the Council in May and will compile the necessary documentation and information to officially present a recommendation.”
Elgin’s Gifford/Summit Park, Randall Ridge, Cobbler’s Crossing and Southwest Areas were selected to be part of the City of Elgin’s trial odd/even parking program initiated in September, 2008. The City of Elgin initiated the odd/even parking program to help beautify neighborhood streets, improve public works services and enhance public safety.
“We have received a lot of positive response to the City’s parking program,” said Hall. “We believe that the success of public works this past year was because of the odd/even parking program.”
For more information, contact Hall at (847) 931-6104 or email to email@example.com