Conceptual Subarea Site Plans

JUNE 29, 2016: Five Conceptual Subarea Site Plans are available for review:

:: Site 1: Midlothian Road DRAFT | 4.9 MB [Posted 2/2/17]
:: Site 2: Route 22/Old McHenry Road DRAFT | 7.2 MB [Posted 2/2/17]
:: Site 3: Triangle Area/Historic Downtown DRAFT | 3.6 MB [Posted 2/2/17]
:: Site 4: Sunset Grove/Bally Bunion DRAFT | 8.3 MB [Posted 2/2/17]
:: Site 5: Lake Cook Road/Route 53 DRAFT | 2.9 MB [Posted 2/2/17]

UPDATE [2/2/17]: The site plans were updated in February 2017 to reflect feedback provided by community members, Village officials, and the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.

UPDATE [11/10/16]: The site plans were updated in November 2016 to reflect feedback provided by community members, Village officials, and the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.

Public feedback gathered at the Envision Long Grove Public Workshop, held on April 11, 2016, was taken into consideration in the preparation of these conceptual site plans. Check out the Documents page to review workshop findings and all five Conceptual Subarea Site Plans. These subareas will be integrated into the overall Long Grove Comprehensive Plan Update.

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3 thoughts on “Conceptual Subarea Site Plans

  1. As a resident of North Arlington Heights Rd, in sub-area B of Site 4, I am adamantly opposed to this plan. I own 2.5 acres currently zoned 2-acre residential as do my neighbors on north Arlington Hts Rd. It backs on residential areas in both Buffalo Grove and Long Grove. I was not informed of this planning at all and am completely opposed to it.
    Long Grove needs to do a better job of developing commercial areas that are on major roads (like the FRONT of Route 83) and generate revenue that the village can use. That residential area should not be used for commercial purposes.

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  2. The conceptual framework for consideration of Area 4: Sunset Grove/Bally Bunion would seem to apply to the 12 acre parcel next to Area K as well. This parcel is similarly underused at the present time and might benefit from additional consideration.

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