Village Board Designates October as Community Planning Month

On Tuesday, October 2, 2018, the Sugar Grove Village Board passed a resolution designating October as Community Planning Month in the Village of Sugar Grove in conjunction with the celebration of National Community Planning Month.  Established in 2006, National Community Planning Month is celebrated each October as a way to highlight the importance of good planning in our communities.

Community planning helps to manage the constant change that affects all cities, towns and suburbs in a way that provides better choices for how people work and live.  The planning process enables civic leaders, business interests, and citizens to play a meaningful role in creating a community that enriches people’s lives and is of lasting value.

“The Village of Sugar Grove recognizes the valuable contributions made by our professional planning staff in shaping our community,” said Village President P. Sean Michels.  “We also recognize the dedication of our Plan Commission members who contribute their time and expertise to the improvement of the Village of Sugar Grove.”

The Village will use this designated month to highlight to the community different aspects of the planning process.  Watch for information on the Village’s website, sugargroveil.gov, and Facebook account, facebook.com/SugarGroveIL.

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