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January 2018
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  • Welcome to the Village of Glendale Heights
  • Come to the Sports, Fit and Fun Field Day on Saturday, January 27 from 9:30am - Noon. Call 630.260.6060 for details
  • Buy tickets for the Daddy Daughter Dance, held on Feb 3rd, 6:00pm - 8:30pm at Glendale Lakes Golf Club. $55/$65 (R/NR) per couple; $26 per additional child. Call 630.260.6060 for info
  • Valentines for Veterans are due January 31st by 4:30pm. Drop off Valentines Day cards to Village facilities. Note: Do not include envelopes, personal contact info or glitter!
  • Keep that New Years resolution by signing up for our Fitness Center and take advantage of special pricing during January! Call the Sports Hub at 630.260.6060 for info!
  • Book your event at a Village facility today! From weddings to showers to meetings, we have space available! Contact the Sports Hub, Center for Senior Citizens or Glendale Lakes Golf Club!
  • Join the Mayor and Village Board for Coffee on the first Saturday of each month between 10:00am to Noon at the Center for Senior Citizens
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Latest news

Open House: Countywide Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan
The Village of Lisle will host a public Open House to present the draft countywide Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan. All DuPage County residents are welcome to attend. Due to the weather on the original meeting date, the meeting has been postponed until Tuesday, January 16, 2018 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at Village of Lisle's Village Hall, 925 Burlington Ave, Lisle, IL 60532. The meeting will be an informal gathering, providing community members the opportunity to provide comments on the draft plan.

The Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan helps community leaders recognize and evaluate the types of natural hazards that impact communities in DuPage County, including floods, severe winter storms and extreme heat. During the planning process, communities work together to establish goals and develop strategies to reduce the long-term effects of natural hazards in our area.

The draft copy of the Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, along with an Executive Summary of the plan can be accessed through the county website. Comments will be taken during the Open House and can also be made online at the Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Comments website.

For questions, please contact Community Development Director Joanne Kalchbrenner at 630.909.5334.

Parking Restrictions After Snowfall
The Police Department would like to remind residents of the parking regulations within the Village during snowfall. There is no parking allowed on Village streets designated as a snow route for 24 hours after a snowfall of 1 inch or more. There is no parking allowed on any Village street for 24 hours after a snowfall of 2 inch or more and there is no parking allowed on any Village street for 72 hours after a snowfall of 5 inch or more. If you have any questions regarding winter parking restrictions, please contact the Glendale Heights Police Department's non-emergency number at 630.260.6070.

Do not shovel, snow blow or plow snow onto Village Streets
As a reminder to residents, please do not shovel, snow blow or plow any snow onto Village Streets. This will help ensure our streets are clean and clear of any snow for safe driving. If you have any questions, please call the Police Department’s non-emergency number at 630.260.6070.