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  • Welcome to the Village of Glendale Heights
  • VFW Post 2377 and 7539 Blood Drive on Tuesday, May 25 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm) at the Glendale Heights VFW (142 Army Trail Road).
  • Make an appointment at the Golden Sheers Salon at the Center for Senior Citizens for a haircut, color, manicure and more! Call 630.260.6050 for an appointment!
  • Beginning May 1st, residents will be able to recycle electronics curbside for no additional charge! Find out more on our Refuse and Recycling page!
  • The May/June 2021 Village Newsletter will not be mailed due to the constantly changing restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Newsletter is available on the Village website only!
  • For more information on the Coronavirus or COVID-19, please visit
  • 2021-2022 vehicle stickers are now on sale online or at the Civic Center! Visit the vehicle sticker page for more 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!
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Volunteer Opportunities Available
The Village is currently looking for volunteers to help at our next COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Friday, May 21, the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, May 22, or at our next Food Distribution Event on Saturday, May 22. To volunteer, just click the link to each event to sign up!

2021-2022 Village Vehicle Stickers Must Be Displayed By 12:01am on July 1st
Get your 2021-2022 Village Vehicle Sticker soon! The new vehicle sticker must be displayed by 12:01am, Thursday, July 1st, 2021 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.

Glendale Heights Police offering Safety Town Classes
Safety Town classes (5-7 year olds) are one week summer camps where kids learn how to stay safe in their homes, at school, and throughout the community. This interactive program offers children classroom segments, guest presenters, and hands on experience on the streets of the specially designed, child-sized Safety Town. Some Safety topics covered are pedestrian, stranger danger, bicycle, fire, poison, and bus. Classes are from June 14 - June 18 or June 28 - July 2. Cost is $15 for residents or $30 for non-residents. For more information, call 630-909-5459 or download our flyer. Register at the Police Department.

This Memorial Day, 'Click It or Ticket'
Starting now through Memorial Day weekend, the Glendale Heights Police Department is stepping up enforcement to remind motorists to "Click It or Ticket."

"We want the act of buckling up to become automatic to all drivers and passengers," said Deputy Chief Kelley Darre. "'Click It or Ticket' isn’t about citations – it’s about saving lives. Wearing a seat belt can reduce the risk of fatal injury by 45%. Seat belts save lives every day, but they’re only effective if they’re used."

Memorial Day Ceremony
On Monday, May 31st—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 “Fallen Warrior Ceremony” followed by a solemn wreath laying ceremony. This includes a flag and color guard presentation, rifle salute and patriotic acknowledgement. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Memorial Day Ceremony will have some changes to allow for social distancing including spacing throughout the park. Face coverings will also be required for all attendees. In observance of Memorial Day, Village offices will be closed on Monday, May 31st. For more information, please call 630.909.5303.