The Geneva Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee was
formed in April 2007.
The public is invited and encouraged to come to our
We now meet four
per year. Tentative schedule is March, April, September and
October on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM at
Geneva City Hall
22 South First St.
Geneva, IL 60134
We usually meet in the second floor conference room,
next to the City Council chambers. Enter the building by going up
the exterior stairs on the James street side.
Any changes to the schedule or meeting location will be
posted here as early as possible.
For more information, please contact us at :
Our City liaison is :
Dick Untch, Director of Community Development
Residents of Geneva and the
surrounding communities are encouraged to apply for a spot on the
committee. Applications are available in HTML
here to link to the Planning Division page containing the Geneva
Bikeway Implementation Plan and Map.
here to go directly to the Bikeway Plan map. (1.05MB PDF)
The Kane County
Division of Transportation publishes a detailed
for Kane and Northern Kendall Counties.
“Our Vision is a Geneva where children and adults choose to
bike or walk to school, parks, downtown, shopping, work and
neighborhoods because it is easy and safe.”
Our Mission Statement:
Sub-Committee will: develop goals, priorities, strategies and tactics
in order to advocate a consensus, adjust plans, secure necessary
funding, and oversee implementation in accordance with the City of
Geneva Bikeway Implementation Plan.
The key areas to success
Develop strong broad
support for plans from the community,
Secure funding from
governmental budgets, grants, and from interested public and private
awareness of Future Connections, Signage and Marked Pathways, Bike
Parking, and Maps available at Regional Connecting Points,
Establish priorities and
present recommendations for annual projects to the Community
Monitor, evaluate, and report on effectiveness of
Committee members will take the initiative to establish
working plans with necessary City, Township, County, public and private
entities, and citizen groups to maximize cooperation and effectiveness.