Watermain Construction: On Monday June 1, 2015 beginning at 7:00 am, Gerardi Sewer & Water Company will begin the construction of the new water main and water services along your streets. The water main work is expected to take until August 21st to complete. The streets impacted are as follows:
· Golf Avenue from Burlington Avenue to Norfolk Avenue
· Chestnut Avenue from Golf Avenue to the cul-de-sac adjacent to Route 83.
· Waverly Avenue from Chestnut Avenue to the cul-de-sac adjacent to Route 83.
· Norfolk Avenue from Prospect Avenue to Rose Place.
· McIntosh Avenue from Chicago Avenue to Park District property.
This work requires that we restrict the streets to be No Parking on both sides while the water main work is ongoing on your block. We will post temporary No Parking signs where needed and we ask for your cooperation to park elsewhere. We will also post temporary Road Closed signs at each end of our construction zone with detours to direct the public around the construction area. Local residents who live on the affected streets will be able to drive to their houses, but through traffic will be restricted. Some short term delays while a truck is being loaded or unloaded will occur. We ask that if you don’t live on the street that is closed to go around the construction area. These temporary road closings will be changing daily as we progress down your streets. We encourage you to use Chicago, Prospect and Burlington whenever possible to avoid the active construction work. We ask for your cooperation and patience. We anticipate we will have 2 – 3 crews working so more than one street could be temporarily closed. Emergency vehicles will have access at all times. No work will occur near the schools until school is out.
If you are willing to give us your e-mail address, we will add you to our list to receive periodic updates. If interested, please send your e-mail address to: email@example.com
If you have any questions now, or at any time during the project you can call Public Works at: (630) 286-4750 between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:30 pm Monday through Friday.
Vehicle Stickers: Due July 1st, vehicle stickers are now on sale. Click here to purchase online.
Police Department offers Safe Zone for Online Transactions. Click here to learn more.
Dancin' in the Street Summer Concert Series is in need of sub-sponsors, due to the loss of a major sponsor. The Special Events Committee is working hard to make the concert series the best yet and would appreciate any additional sponsorships from residents and area businesses. Click here for fillable form.
LGDF Cuts: You may have heard something about Governor Rauner’s proposed State budget cutting revenues that belong to local governments. Specifically, The Governor has proposed cutting the local share of the state income tax (LGDF) by 50%. If this went into effect it would cost the Village of Clarendon Hills about $410,000/year. Such a cut would force all municipalities to cut services, reduce capital improvements or raise local taxes, if the last is even an option. Bottom line – the Governor is proposing taking the Village’s share, which you paid through your state income tax, and using it to fix the State’s budget problems.
If you would like more information please take a few minutes to watch the video provided by the DuPage Mayor’s and Manager’s Conference which is available via this link, which explains this matter in greater detail. We urge you to send an e-mail to the Governor, and our local legislators, supporting keeping our local taxes here in Clarendon Hills by clicking this link .
Yard Waste: Yardwaste pick has started. Large waste should be placed in a 35 gallon or smaller yard waste bag with a yardwaste sticker. Bundles of sticks must not exceed two feet in diameter or 4 feet in length.
IDOT Construction - IL Route 83 Nightly Lane Closures: IL Route 83 between Knollwood Rd. and IL Route 56 (Butterfield Rd.) will experience nightly lane closures (8 PM to 5 AM) starting April 6th. This project is scheduled to last until late October.
Planting Partner's Program for 2015: The Village is now accepting sponsorships for the annual planting partner's program. All of the flowers in the downtown are generously funded by donors for the Village. Click here for more information.
Information about the 88 Park Lawsuit: information is available here about the ongoing lawsuit.
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.
Storm Water Update: Visit the new Storm Water page for an update on the Village's response to ongoing flooding issues, available here. More the frequent updates regarding storm water issues, join the Village's new storm water email list by clicking here.
Prescription Drop Off: For your safety and the safety of the environment, the Police Department (448 Park Ave.) allows anyone to drop off any unused medications with no questions asked (during office hours of Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.)
Online Payments Now Accepted - You can now purchase your Village vehicle sticker online and Blue Dot parking pass, as well as pay your water bill and parking tickets online. The service is offered through the Illinois e-Pay service using your MasterCard, Discover, American Express or electronic check. Click here to access the Village's e-Pay web page, hosted by the Illinois State Treasurer.