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The public hearing will be held in-person at the Kane County Government Center, in the Auditorium of Building A, located at 719 South Batavia Avenue, Geneva and online via Zoom.  This is an open house format from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Central Time


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1 312 626 6799

Meeting ID: 898 1609 7946

Passcode: 009949

 A public hearing shall be held on July 27, 2021 commencing at 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Kane County Government Center, in the Auditorium of Building A, located at 719 South Batavia Avenue, Geneva, Illinois. The purpose of this hearing is to consider the proposed land use assumptions within the service areas described herein below that will be used to develop an updated comprehensive road improvement plan. The service areas within Kane County that are being affected by the proposed land use assumptions are three (3) areas, the boundaries of which are determined by two lines which are (1) the entire length of the CC&P Railroad right of way from where it intersects with the east county line (at its intersection with Dunham Road) northwesterly to the west county line and (2) the entire length of the Fabyan Parkway from where it begins at the east county line to its intersection with Main Street Road then from said intersection southwesterly on Main Street Road to the west county line. The boundary lines trisect Kane County into a North Service Area, a Central Service Area and a South Service Area. The County of Kane shall make available to the public upon request the following: proposed land use assumptions, a map of the service areas to which the land use assumptions shall apply along with other available information relating to the proposed land use assumptions including baseline (year 2015) population and employment estimates, year 2020 and 2030 population and employment forecasts, among other things. Any member of the public affected by the proposed land use assumptions shall have the right to appear at the public hearing and present evidence in support of or against the proposed land use assumptions. The deadline for written comments regarding the proposed land use assumptions can also be sent to the Kane County Division of Transportation, 41W011 Burlington Road, St Charles, IL 60175 or submitted on-line to by close of business on August 3, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.   There is an option to attend the public hearing using an online meeting platform.  Contact to request meeting connection information.  Additional information regarding Kane County's Road Improvement Impact Fee Program can be found at


Fabyan Parkway at Illinois Route 31 Virtual Public Information Meeting

The Kane County Division of Transportation (KDOT) is conducting a Planning and Environmental Linkage (PEL) analysis to evaluate potential improvements to the intersection of Fabyan Parkway and Illinois Route 31 in the City of Batavia.

KDOT will present a public update via a live virtual public information meeting where potential improvement alternatives will be discussed and public feedback will be gathered.  

The live virtual public information meeting will be held on:

Tuesday, July 13, 2021 | 6pm to 8pm CDT

Meeting Link:

The most recent update of Zoom (5.6.6) is needed to participate in the meeting.

A link to this live virtual event will be made available on the project website at

Those without internet access may dial in by phone at 312.626.6799 (or toll-free 877.853.5247). Use the meeting ID and passcode shown below:

Meeting ID: 945 1919 5280

Passcode: 804563

The public is encouraged to participate in the meeting. All virtual public meeting materials will be available on the project website starting on July 13, 2021. These materials will include a recording of the presentation. Participants are encouraged to submit questions and provide comments via the project website at Public input is an important part of project analysis and is one of the factors that KDOT considers as the project moves forward. Comments must be received by August 13, 2021 to be included in the official meeting documentation.

​This meeting will be accessible to individuals with disabilities. Anyone requiring assistance can contact Jack Melhuish, PE at 815.759.8342.


Mike Zakosek

Chief of Design

Kane County Division of Transporation

(630) 406-7346

KDOT Reopening to Public Effective June 14, 2021

​Kane County DOT is pleased to announce that our Adminstrative offices will be open to the public beginning Monday, June 14, 2021 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.  Appointments and walk in visitors can access the building  during those hours.  The front vestibule will be open for deliveries and payments without entering the building.   

We continue to encourage electronic submittals of correspondence, invoices, permit applications and any other materials to ensure prompt processing.  Bids and letting continue as scheduled.  

 Our main number is (630) 584-1170 to contact staff with any questions.  The main number is monitored and calls are routed to the appropriate staff member.  A staff directory can be found on our Contact Us page.

These hours may change, and will be posted here and on the front door of Building A.

Employment Opportunities

KDOT is currently hiring for Traffic Operations Engineer, Civil Engineer I - III and a Regional Planning Liaison.  Please check out our Employment Opportunities​ page to see the listings.  Contact Jennifer Becker with any questions.  Beckerjennifer

KDOT Bids and Letting

​All scheduled bids and lettings will be opened as advertised.  Any questions should be directed to Steve Coffinbargar at (630) 669-1223