RESIDENT WARNING: EMERGENCY SAFETY THREAT WITH PROPOSED HAWKWEED CONNECTION.
SOUTH POINTE and HIGH MEADOW TO ACT AS Cut-through TRAFFIC RELIEF VALVE FOR NEW PULTE NEIGHBORHOOD. CITY PLANNERS NOT CONSIDERING RESIDENT CONCERNS. IT's TIME To FIGHT FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILDrEN.
4 WAYS TO HELP TODAY:
4. ATTEND CITY MEETINGS TO VOICE CONCERN.
PLAN FOR US:
ONCE AGAIN WE MUST SAY NO TO DANGEROUS TRAFFIC AND CROWDED ROADS.
Plan For Us was created to serve as a voice for South Naperville residents who are tired of constant attempts to make their neighborhoods and roads unsafe by unchecked development.
Residents of South Pointe and High Meadow neighborhoods will be immediately effected by the potential of cut-through traffic. It's time for Builders and Naperville City Council to develop plans that don't hurt existing homeowners or their safety. It's time to FIGHT.
Let’s stand together to ensure responsible and sustainable development within South Naperville.
THE CURRENT EMERGENCY:
Pulte has submitted plans to the City of Naperville for a residential development to be known as Naperville Polo Club. The proposal contemplates 401 homes, inclusive of three series of single family homes and a series of townhomes.
HOMEOWNER ALERT: Connecting any new proposed development to Hawkweed Rd. in South Pointe will create a floodgate of cut-through traffic that will immediately create a dangerous scenario for South Pointe and High Meadow homeowners. This new cut-through will also become a popular cut-across for frustrated 119th St. travelers. A Hawkweed connection is absolutely an EMERGENCY.
AT-A-GLANCE: The Proposed Pulte Development.
Another Development with Zero planning for how to handle traffic. Let's demand more from our City leaders.
Hidden in the plan: Circumventing traffic concerns by dumping traffic in to South Pointe, which will in turn spill into High Meadow. These neighborhoods cannot handle Pulte's traffic without potential safety emergencies.
Once again, we are forced to remind Naperville's City Council of the dangers of runaway development.