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Help the Village of Glendale Heights win the National Recreation and Park Association July Magazine Cover Contest!
Glendale Heights Fest has 2 photos in the finals for a Facebook vote. Click the links and be sure to go to the NRPA's Facebook page and like the photos. View and vote for photo 1 or photo 2! If you have any questions, please contact the Village's Public Relations Division via email or by calling 630.909.5350.

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.

Memorial Day Service
On Monday, May 29th -- Memorial Day -- at 11:00 am at Veterans Memorial Park, we will honor the memory of the brave men and women who died while serving our country. The Glendale Heights VFW Post 2377 will conduct a brief "Fallen Warrior Ceremony" followed by a solemn wreath laying ceremony. This includes a flag and color guard presentation, rifle salute and patriotic acknowledgement. In observance of Memorial Day, Village offices will be closed on Monday, May 29th. For more information, please call 630.909.5303.

Click It or Ticket: Make Seat Belt Use a Daily Habit
From May 15 to June 4, the Glendale Heights Police Department is joining the Illinois Department of Transportation, NHTSA and hundreds of law enforcement agencies for the 2017 Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization. IDOT is working with law enforcement to spread the message that seat belts save lives. In fact, from 2011 to 2015, seat belts saved nearly 64,000 lives.

This is not a campaign to write tickets or train law enforcement. This is a campaign to help keep people safe and alive. We see the causalities of not wearing a seat belt or driving impaired, and we do not wish that devastation on anyone. [ more ]

Now Hiring!
The Village of Glendale Heights is hiring for a number of seasonal positions. Positions range from lifeguards and summer camp staff to parks and public works. Apply today! [ more ]