PB35th Ward 2021
Presentation of Winning Projects 01-18-2022 - 02-28-2022Process phases
35th Ward's participatory budgeting process.
Every year, each Alderman receives $1.5 million for ward infrastructure improvements. This is the sole source of funding made available to Aldermen to repave streets, resurface alleys, and make critically needed infrastructure improvements.
In the 35th Ward, Alderman Ramirez-Rosa empowers residents to decide how to spend $1 million in improving their neighborhood – whether it be fixing specific curbs, resurfacing certain streets, or installing bike lanes – through participatory budgeting (PB).
Projects Ideas See all proposals (172)
Logan SquareRollover 2019Unity Park (2636 N. Kimball Ave)
AvondaleRollover 20213212 W George (Avondale-Logandale School)
HermosaCycle 20221936 N Tripp bounded by Kildare, Armitage, Cortland
Irving ParkRollover 20203600 N Christian and Kimball from Addison to WavelandAlley needs...
What is decided $1 million of the ward's public infrastructure dollars.
Who participates Anyone can participate by sharing an idea or creating a proposal. Anyone who is 14 years of age or older can vote to determine how to spend the million dollars.
How is it decided Community residents share ideas, develop proposals and create a ballot and hold a community vote. The top winning projects are funded.
Promoter group Ward 49
Start date July 19, 2021
End date January 17, 2022