Mayor's Pedestrian Advisory Council


The Mayor's Pedestrian Advisory Council includes members representing a broad spectrum of backgrounds, from health care and enforcement to disability rights and community groups. Several City departments are also represented.

The MPAC focuses on a wide range of pedestrian issues: safety, public awareness, enforcement, infrastructure investment, and the like. The Council will help identify issues, discuss ideas and set priorities for pedestrian planning in Chicago.  

MPAC generally meets quarterly in Room 1103 in City Hall, 121 N LaSalle, at 3 p.m. on the first Wednesday of February, May, August, and November unless otherwise noted. Meetings are open to the public. To receive alerts about upcoming meetings, please sign-up here.

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