Community Advisory Group (CAG)
The CAG is comprised of a diverse range of stakeholders who assist the project team throughout the process. The project team looks to CAG members to give input on behalf of the stakeholder groups that they represent, to review information and project findings, and to help get information to the general public. The role of the CAG is to advise MoDOT, and MoDOT will ultimately make the final decision on the I-270 North Design-Build plan.
A Community Advisory Group (CAG) has been established for the I-270 North Project. CAG members represent various project area constituencies including:
- Bi-State/ Metro
- Business Owners
- Chambers of Commerce
- City of Bellefontaine Neighbors
- City of Bridgeton
- City of Ferguson
- City of Florissant
- City of Hazelwood
- City of Maryland Heights
- Fire and Police Departments
- Homeowner, Condo, and Subdivision Associations
- Hospitals and Emergency Responders
- North County Inc.
- School Districts
- Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
The advisory group is a means for directly engaging key stakeholders to gain valuable community input; identify and address local concerns; and build public interest and involvement in the project’s decision-making process.
The CAG meetings are open to the public but intended for one-on-one dialogue between the project team and the CAG. Other stakeholders are welcome to observe during the meeting and the project team members will be available afterwards for any discussions with non-CAG stakeholders.
The Community Advisory Group meeting was held from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at Hazelwood Civic Center East.