Bicyclist & Pedestrian Advisory Commission

Mission - What We Do2016 Bicycle Friendly Community Sign (SW corner Butterfield and Batavia) 3 of 3

The Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) is dedicated to improving the bicycling and walking experience in Warrenville through capital improvements, amenities, events, and programs.  BPAC works with the local agencies, business owners, and residents to identify opportunities for improvement.


  • Typically, Second Tuesday of each month (view upcoming meetings)
  • 7 p.m. 
  • City Hall- City Council Chambers
    28W701 Stafford Place
    Warrenville, IL 60555

Current Agenda

The monthly BPAC agenda can be found on the City’s calendar page (LINK)


  • Harlan Davis (Chair)
  • Phillip Ebbesen
  • Mark Kasprzyk 
  • Charles Sikaras
  • Kirk Tate
  • Council Liaison: Alderman Clare Barry
  • City Liaison: Kristin Youngmeyer

Get Involved

Attend meetings and/or contact the Commission with ideas, observations, or comments on how to strengthen Warrenville as a destination for bicyclists and pedestrians. To contact the commission, email the BPAC City Liaison: 

Commissioner Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Plan for bicyclists and pedestrians as part of a citywide and regional multi-use transportation system.
  • Evaluate and identify ways to improve bicycle and pedestrian services, trails, paths, on-street bikeways, and other economically-feasible projects.
  • Identify projects that improve safety for motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. 
  • Reduce car and bike/pedestrian conflicts.
  • Encourage bicycle commuting and walking.
  • Initiate bicycle and pedestrian safety programs and events.
  • Host public meetings to create safe routes to schools and parks.
  • Provide resources and educational materials.
  • Maintain the City’s designation as a "Bicycle Friendly Community" by the League of American Bicyclists’.
  • Establish communications with the Ride Illinois, Active Transportation Alliance, Illinois Prairie Path, the Trails Coordinator of the DuPage County Trails System, and other related community groups.
  • Make recommendations to City Council for the planning of bikeway and pedestrian routes.