Stakeholder Participation Group

Map of the Tri-County Access project area with stakeholders flagged.Stakeholder involvement for the Tri-County Access Project will be an ongoing process from project initiation through completion.  To provide input on the development of the environmental and engineering studies for the Tri-County Project, the Tollway has established a Stakeholder Participation Group (SPG). The role of the SPG is to provide input throughout the Tri-County Access Project on behalf of their organization. Invited members include over 85 communities, agencies and interest groups.

The purpose of the SPG is to provide input on the development of the Purpose and Need statement and the alternatives to be carried forward for evaluation in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS).  The SPG group consists of community leaders that are directly affected by the study.  The SPG will represent the views of the communities and counties within the project area. It is anticipated that approximately 8 SPG meetings will be held throughout the study.

Any person/organization/community outside the study area that shows interest in the project, that is not part of the SPG, will be added to the stakeholder list, ensuring they will receive meeting invitations, factsheets, and project updates.

Various meetings will be held throughout the project development process to provide outreach opportunities to all stakeholders. Ways to Get Involved in the Tri-County Access Project can be found here.

Timeline graphic for the Stakeholder Participation Group.


Stakeholder Participation Group Meeting #2

MEETING DATE: April 24, 2018
MEETING TIME: 2:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center

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Stakeholder Participation Group Meeting #1

MEETING DATE: March 21, 2018
MEETING TIME: 2:30 p.m.
LOCATION: Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center

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