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The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Partnering with AAA, is Coordinating the First Ever Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week with State and Local Agencies
In support of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) asked the Governor of the State of Illinois to declare April 24th through 28th as Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week in an effort to bring attention to the dangers and consequences associated with driving distracted. Governor Rauner issued the proclamation and both houses passed resolutions identifying April 24th through the 28th as Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week. [ more ]

Village Board to hold Special Meeting
A special meeting of the President and Board of Trustees has been scheduled for Monday, April 24, 2017 in the Community Room of the Center for Senior Citizens to discuss and approve the FY 2017/18 budget and approve FY 2017/18 non-union pay plan. [ more ]

Glendale Heights Youth Baseball/Softball (GHYBS) Opening Day
Cheer on Glendale Heights Youth Baseball and Softball (GHYBS) opening day on Saturday, April 29th! We will have a parade of players and cars starting at the Sports Hub and heading East bound down Fullerton Ave. to Reskin Park beginning at 9:00 am. Visit www.ghprf.com for a full schedule of games and activities! [ more ]

Street Sweeping Parking Restrictions
To enable an efficient and effective street sweeping schedule, parking on streets will be prohibited during the months of April and May, 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.

Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce Offers Three Different Scholarships
The Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that for the 17th year, it will be assisting a number of individuals as they work their way towards a higher education by offering six different scholarships in three different categories. In 2000, the Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce started the Kathy Guzlus Scholarship which provides $3,000 for 4 different scholarships. There are an additional two other scholarships also available each for $1,000. To apply for these scholarships, please download an application: Kathy Guzlas Scholarship, Secondary Education Scholarship, or the Veteran/Children of Veterans Scholarship. The deadline for appilications is May 15 at 4:30pm. [ more ]