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Flood Insurance Rate Map Open House
The Illinois State Water Survey, DuPage County Stormwater Management and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are hosting an open house for the public on Thursday, July 27 at the DuPage County Government Center located at 421 County Farm Road in Wheaton. The open house will run from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Staff will be available to answer questions and offer expertise in engineering, G.I.S., floodplain mapping, floodplain management, and more. Residents living in or near areas of flood hazards are encouraged to attend to learn more about the newly revised Preliminary Flood Maps and FIRM Maps. For more information on this open house, please contact Shelly Fuller at the Illinois State Water Survey at 217.300.0221 or by email at

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.

Glendale Heights Fest
Glendale Heights Fest is July 12-16 at Camera Park! Wristbands for carnival rides are currently on sale! For more information on bands, food, and to purchase your carnival wristbands, mega passes or print at home vouchers, please visit our new website at [ more ]

What's that horn sound during storms?
The Village has a weather warning system called Thor Guard set up in our parks and outdoor facilities like Glendale Lakes Golf Club. Thor Guard detects lighting strikes within a specific radius to indicate if parks need to be cleared. One long siren blast indicates conditions are "right" for lightning to form. It is advised at this time that all outdoor activities be stopped and participants move to a safe location. The sounded alert also includes flashing lights, which will continue to flash throughout the unsafe conditions. The "All Clear" alert will be 3 short siren blasts and the lights will stop flashing. In order to conduct an "All Clear", there must be a MINIMUM of 10 minutes with no additional lightning charges detected. For more information on this program, please contact the Sports Hub at 630.260.6060.

2017-2018 Village Vehicle Sticker on Sale Now!
Get your 2017-2018 Village Vehicle Sticker today! The new vehicle sticker must be displayed by 12:01 am, July 1st, 2017 on the lower right hand corner of the windshield. Passenger vehicle stickers are $15, motorcycle tags are $12, recreational vehicle stickers are $18, and trucks with B plates are $25. There is an additional price schedule for trucks based on their individual weights. Qualifying senior citizens receive one sticker per household at no charge. Village Ordinance restricts overnight parking on Village streets to those vehicles having a valid vehicle sticker. For more information regarding Village vehicle stickers, call 630.260.6000.