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Industrial Commercial Revitalization Program
Investments for the Future

The Master Plan Update was complete to not only continue the focus on Transportation and Urban Design aspect of the Business Park but to introduce the rebuilding of the critical aging Utilities Infrastructure, Conceptual Land Planning and Sustainable practices which will create an environment for the Village and businesses to excel into the future together.

Click the links below to download the Executive Summary of the Industrial/Commercial Revitalization Master Plan Update. Due to the large size of the document, it has been divided into smaller files to facilitate viewing.

 

Click the links below to download the Industrial/Commercial Revitalization Master Plan Update in its entirety.  Due to the large size of the document, it has been divided into smaller files to facilitate viewing.

ICRC Master Plan Update - 1 of 2
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The Village, through the Industrial/Commercial Revitalization Program, has successfully implemented nearly $55 million in improvements within the Business Park. The work accomplished to date is just part of the revitalization goals established by the Industrial/Commercial Revitalization Commission, which as of 2015, has been redefined as the Business Leaders Forum.

The thirteen-member Commission made up of business representatives, residents, and Village officials began revitalization efforts in 1996 with the development of a Master Plan for the modernization and beautification of the Business Park. The original Master Plan targeted $40 million in investments and the 2011 Updated Master Plan has outlined an additional $250 million in investments with nearly $80 million to be implemented over the next 10-years. These improvements will continue to be funded through a 3% telecommunications tax, as well as Federal, State, and County grants.

The primary goal of the Industrial Commercial Revitalization Master Plan is to outline the community’s desires for enhancement and maintenance of this critical community asset given its location, physical environment, current and anticipated future market demand to continue to support a highly diversified collection of commercial, retail, office, industrial, and residential uses within a defined district. The plan seeks to achieve a series of specific objectives:

  • to enable and encourage existing businesses and institutions to continue to grow and be competitive with the local, national, and international market place;
  • to attract complementary commercial, industrial, and residential uses;
  • to provide for a diversity of commercial, retail, office, industrial, residential, and open space uses to the meet the needs of current and future businesses, employees, patrons, residents, and visitors;
  • to compliment the land uses and activities located within the adjacent neighborhoods, larger Elk Grove Village, and surrounding communities;
  • to utilize a comprehensive rather than piecemeal approach toward land use, landscape/streetscape, transportation, infrastructure, parking, employment, and district sustainability initiatives;
  • to improve the efficiency, safety, and accessibility of vehicular and pedestrian traffic throughout the district;
  • to continue to grow in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner; and
  • to safeguard the District’s future as Elk Grove Village’s center for industrial/commercial excellence.

These goals served as the guiding principles under which the Elk Grove Village Industrial / Commercial Revitalization Master Plan were established and continually evaluated to ensure the successful implementation of its improvement recommendations.

In the past, the Village has been very diligent to follow through with the implementation of the ICRC Master Plan completed in 1998. This Plan focused heavily on the Transportation and Urban Design improvements and enhancements. With such projects as the Lively Boulevard Reconstruction (Devon Avenue to Higgins Road), Busse Road intersection improvements at Landmeier Road, Greenleaf Avenue, Pratt Boulevard and Devon Avenue, street lighting improvements on arterial, collector and local streets throughout the Business Park, the addition of new bus shelters and pedestrian “pocket parks”, median and parkway landscape enhancements and gateway signs.

Click here for a list of completed projects.

Private Participation Programs

The private participation programs provide business owners with, Village assistance, the ability to enhance their properties. The Village strongly supports private investment in the Business Park and appreciates the contributions of the business community to the revitalization efforts. Click on the following for more information:

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