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Get Involved!

CMAP is developing ON TO 2050, a new comprehensive plan that will build on the GO TO 2040 comprehensive regional plan. As described in a video segment by Geoffrey Baer on WTTW's Chicago Tonight, your input and insights into how the region should look in 2050 will shape important components of the next plan:

Host an ON TO 2050 presentation. Let CMAP bring the next plan to your community group with a flexible, and interactive15 to 45 minute informational presentation.  

Collaborate with us on an ON TO 2050, in-depth, topical forum. To highlight and deepen stakeholders' understanding of topics that the plan might address, co-host a public forum with CMAP featuring experts from across the region.

Other ways to get involved

Subscribe to CMAP's Weekly Update for the latest in regional planning news.

Email us your big ideas at onto2050@cmap.illinois.gov.

Follow CMAP @ONTO2050 and like us on Facebook to share your #2050BigIdeas.

Attend a CMAP committee meeting.  Development of ON TO 2050 involves the work of a number of active committees, whose meetings are open to the public, with agendas available online.

Help CMAP get the message out about ON TO 2050 via your newsletter and social media. Use the messages found on the CMAP Partners Toolkit

Explore CMAP's research and resources for municipalities, including toolkits for everything from complete streets to climate adaptation.

Refer young people to our Future Leaders in Planning (FLIP) program, a two-week summer curriculum for high school students exploring the field of urban planning.  

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