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West Nile Virus Reported in Glendale Heights via the DuPage County Health Dpt.
According to the DuPage County Health Department, there has been one reported case of West Nile Virus on the East Side of Glendale Heights near the East Branch Forest Preserve. Residents should not be alarmed but as always, we urge everyone to protect themselves from mosquito bites especially younger children and older adults. The vast majority of people who become infected with West Nile virus never know it and never suffer any symptoms. For more information, please contact the DuPage County Health Department at 630.682.7400 or visit

Scary Flicks and Tricks and Hallow-Tween
Calling all teens! Mark your calendars for Scary Flicks and Tricks on Friday, October 20 from 6:00pm to 9:45pm. The Sports Hub will be showing the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie "The Birds" as we bring on the Halloween season! Cost is $10/$15 (Resident/non-resident). On Friday, October 27th, come on out for Hallow-Tween from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and visit the haunted hallway or dance the night away! Cost is $7/$12 (R/NR) or free with a Hub Club membership.

Safety Town Halloween
The Village of Glendale Heights is getting in the Halloween Spirit! Halloween is on Tuesday, October 31st. Trick-or-treating hours are from 3:00pm - 7:00pm. On Halloween evening, we invite children 15 and under to come and trick-or-treat at Safety Town Halloween for this safe and family friendly event. Safety Town Halloween runs from 4:00pm - 7:00pm. For more information on Safety Town Halloween, please contact Tanya Macko at 630.909.5459.

Street Sweeping Parking Restrictions
To enable an efficient and effective street sweeping schedule, parking on streets will be prohibited during the months of October and November, between 8:00am and 4:00pm on one specific day each week in each zone. Color coded "No Parking" signs have been posted throughout the Village. To see which zone you are in, please refer to our Street Sweeping Zone Map.

New Redlight Cameras
In our effort to improve public and driver safety throughout the community, the Village of Glendale Heights, after careful consideration and detailed analysis, has started construction to install a new and cutting edge photo-enforcement program, more commonly known as a 'Red Light Camera' program. The camera systems will be located at the intersection of North Avenue and Glen Ellyn Road (eastbound and westbound). Implementation of this type of program will reduce possible fatalities and severe personal injury due to driver carelessness and/or reckless disregard for the law. Red Light Cameras are only a cost to those who break the law so please respect the rules of the road. Thank you for helping to keep our roadways safe by remembering to Choose Safety. Stop on Red.