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448 Park Avenue
Clarendon Hills, IL 60514





Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 8am to 7pm


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Passport Parking: Passport parking program which allows users to pay for train station parking through their smart phone has been rolled out for all the Village owned commuter parking. The Village hopes this will provide a convenient option for commuters and occasional users of the train station.  Click here for more information.

Coyote Sightings: There have a been a number of coyote sightings around town. Residents with small children or dogs are advised to not leave the children or dogs unattended outside especially around dusk or at night. Residents walking dogs, as always should keep those dogs on a leash.  For more information about the coyotes, click here.

Online Payments Now Accepted: You can now purchase your  Blue Dot parking pass online click here. For Parking Tickets, and Vehicle stickers click here.

The Police Department wants to hear from you! The Clarendon Hills Police Department encourages residents to submit their recommendations and/or concerns on where they feel traffic needs to be enforced more thoroughly. To make a submission, click on the link below. Once the form is filled out and submitted, it will be evaluated by the Police Department. Click here to submit a recommendation.



The Police Department coordinates the public safety efforts of the Village. Through investigations, patrols, crime prevention, and other efforts, the Police work to defer and prevent crime within the Village. The Department consists of thirteen sworn officers, one full-time and two part-time civilian staff. The mission of the Police Department is to provide the highest quality of police service to citizens and visitors of Clarendon Hills and to ensure public peace by preventing crime; detecting and arresting criminal offenders; protecting live, property, and the rights of all persons; regulating and controlling traffic; maintaining police records and communication; providing animal services; and other responsibilities as indicated by statute or Village Ordinance.

Chief Ted Jenkins
Deputy Chief Boyd Farmer
3 Sergeants
1 Investigator
7 Officers
1 Community Service Officer
1 Full-Time Police Assistant
1 Part-time Police Assistant

If you observe something suspicious, please call 9-1-1 and request assistance immediately. Do NOT transport any suspicious materials to the Police Station, Fire Station, Public Works Building or Village Hall.