LaSalle Park Neighborhood

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The City of South Bend is beginning a process to create the LaSalle Park Neighborhood Plan. Please subscribe to our email list to be informed of updates in the planning process by clicking the "Stay Informed" button to the right.

What is this for?

In partnership with neighborhood residents, businesses, institutions, and other stakeholders, the City of South Bend is creating a LaSalle Park Neighborhood Plan. A plan is a guide for making decisions about what kind of is appropriate, how resources should be allocated, and how issues residents, business and property owners are concerned about should be addressed. A plan is a statement of what a neighborhood wants to achieve, and it provides a strategy to reach those goals


How will it be used?

Neighborhood residents will use the plan to gain an understanding of planning initiatives in the short, medium, and long terms. Public officials and community leaders will use the plan to direct funding and to make decisions on zoning and land use issues. Planners and City staff will use the plan to understand key issues important to the area and as a guide to implementing priority projects and initiatives.


We look forward to hearing your thoughts and working together to create the LaSalle Park Neighborhood Plan!


Provide valuable feedback by completing both exercises below:

1. Neighborhood Survey

2. Drop a Pin


The City of South Bend is beginning a process to create the LaSalle Park Neighborhood Plan. Please subscribe to our email list to be informed of updates in the planning process by clicking the "Stay Informed" button to the right.

What is this for?

In partnership with neighborhood residents, businesses, institutions, and other stakeholders, the City of South Bend is creating a LaSalle Park Neighborhood Plan. A plan is a guide for making decisions about what kind of is appropriate, how resources should be allocated, and how issues residents, business and property owners are concerned about should be addressed. A plan is a statement of what a neighborhood wants to achieve, and it provides a strategy to reach those goals


How will it be used?

Neighborhood residents will use the plan to gain an understanding of planning initiatives in the short, medium, and long terms. Public officials and community leaders will use the plan to direct funding and to make decisions on zoning and land use issues. Planners and City staff will use the plan to understand key issues important to the area and as a guide to implementing priority projects and initiatives.


We look forward to hearing your thoughts and working together to create the LaSalle Park Neighborhood Plan!


Provide valuable feedback by completing both exercises below:

1. Neighborhood Survey

2. Drop a Pin


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LaSalle Park Mapping Exercise

10 months

We want to hear from you! 

Is there a place in your neighborhood that you enjoy showing friends? Or a place you want to be able to enjoy more? Maybe a section of sidewalk that needs improvement or an intersection that is uncomfortable to cross? Is there an area where cars speed through your neighborhood? Drop a pin on the map to let us know your thoughts.

1. Hit the plus sign on the left side of the map that is the 'add pin' button 

2. Choose what pin you would like to use, and drag and drop it on the map where you think it is needed

3. Add a comment to explain the pin or even add a picture. 

Page last updated: 15 Nov 2023, 01:51 PM