Princeville Comprehensive Plan Open House featured in Peoria Journal Star

Princeville residents provide input at September 10, 2019 comprehensive plan open house

The residents of Princeville came out in force to provide input for the Village’s comprehensive plan (and to eat a delicious, complementary hot dog)! More than 80 residents came by the Lillie Evans Library on September 10, 2019 to share their thoughts, expertise, and aspirations for the Village or Princeville. Scott Hilyard of the Peoria … Read morePrinceville Comprehensive Plan Open House featured in Peoria Journal Star

The Future of Freight in Greater Peoria

by Ray Lees, Planning Program Manager Early last year, the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission solicited consultants to examine the possibility of a multi-modal riverfront port facility in Pekin, prompted by the city’s initial interest in 2016. The study was funded through the Commission’s Special Transportation Planning Studies Program. In March 2017, The Tioga Group with … Read moreThe Future of Freight in Greater Peoria

Partake in Peoria Lakes

[lede]The Illinois River is arguably the region’s most precious resource and has been for centuries. Unfortunately, it is under tremendous stress and has become the subject of an in-depth study by a unique, interdisciplinary alliance.[/lede] Building a Team Combining decades of regional partnerships, planning and ecological experience, the members of this collaborative are coming together … Read morePartake in Peoria Lakes

Tarter Source: The Illinois River needs our help

Eric Miller and Ray Lees continue the discussion on the Illinois River with host Steve Tarter of “Tarter Source” a Peoria Journal Star podcast. Listen to find out what is happening to one of Peoria’s greatest assets – the Peoria Lakes – and why you should partake in conservation efforts now. To learn more about … Read moreTarter Source: The Illinois River needs our help

X