As part of its ongoing commitment to prioritize community feedback in development of plans for the new Ryan Field, Northwestern will begin hosting twice-weekly office hours at which community members can meet with University officials to discuss the plans.
Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 1, Northwestern representatives will host the office hours from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. each Tuesday, and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. each Thursday at Anderson Hall, 2701 Ashland Ave., in Evanston, which is directly next to the existing Ryan Field.
Representatives will gather feedback and be able to answer questions about the vision for the new stadium, for which initial design renderings were released in September.
“We’re excited to share our vision for the new Ryan Field stadium with the Evanston community, and I hope these office hours provide neighbors with a convenient way to learn more about the project and provide feedback,” said Dave Davis, senior executive director of neighborhood and community relations at Northwestern.
“It is our intent to engage our neighbors at every stage of the design and construction process to ensure we prioritize their feedback and design a stadium that will serve as a community asset for the broader Evanston community,” he said.
For more information about the new Ryan Field and how you can provide input, visit rebuildryanfield.com.