Infrastructure is vital to a neighborhood’s economic development, vibrancy, appeal, and safety. Alderman Thompson is committed to maintaining and replacing our Ward’s aging infrastructure.
Shared Cost Sidewalk
Sustaining sound infrastructure is vital to a community’s health. By participating in the Shared Cost Program and replacing your sidewalk, you will increase your property appeal and make a significant contribution towards improving our community.
The Shared Cost Sidewalk Program allows residents to replace the existing sidewalk in front of their home at a significantly lower cost than by hiring a private contractor. Through this program, homeowners and the City share the cost of sidewalk improvements.
Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis and registration starts in January of next year.
How to Look up an Active Permit
As always, please feel free to call or email us with any questions related to construction and/or posted signs. Furthermore, the City has recently unveiled a new and convenient way for constituents to visualize infrastructure projects that are happening throughout the City.
Please click on the link below and begin by searching an approximate address.
You can also see a copy of the permit that was pulled for additional information on any specific project.
EZ Permits are reviewed and approved by the Department of Buildings.