Village of Lombard, IL
wind chill advisory

Dangerously Cold Temperatures  

The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory today, January 29, until 6 p.m., followed by a more severe Wind Chill Warning beginning at 6 p.m., and ending at noon on Thursday, January 31. A Wind Chill Warning means that wind will create dangerously low wind chill values. Frostbite can occur in minutes and hypothermia or death will follow, if precautions are not taken. In addition to the information, visit for more. 

Village offices open through the week

Village Offices Open 

Lombard’s Village Offices will remain open for business during regular hours, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. If you experience or encounter unsafe situations do not hesitate to dial 911. While the Village utilizes email and social media to communicate with residents, please dial 911 if you are experiencing or witnessing a harmful situation. Updates will be posted on the Village’s Facebook and Twitter pages. 

cold information

Warming Sites

The following warming sites have been identified. This is subject to change. Contact the locations directly for updates. 

  • Illinois Division of Rehabilitation Services at 2901 Finley Rd., Suite 109, will remain open on Wednesday, January 30, and will operate as an emergency warming site. Please contact the office directly at (630)495-0500 to confirm that they are open.
  • Family Resource Center of the Illinois Department of Human Services, 1717 Park Street, Naperville, IL. Please contact the office directly at (630)328-1000 to confirm that they are open. 
Closures of Designated Warming Centers
These below Warming Centers will be CLOSED Wednesday, Jan. 30. Please contact them directly for information regarding their hours.
  • Helen Plum Library (630) 627-0316
  • York Township (630) 620-2400
  • College of DuPage (630) 942-2800

waste management schedule adjusted

Waste Management Service Changes

Due to the severe cold, Waste Management will not be operating on Wednesday, January 30 OR Thursday, January 31. Collection will take place on Friday and Saturday, however due to having to pick up 3 days worth of refuse, recycling will NOT be picked up for the rest of this week. Recycling and regular trash pick up will begin again  on Monday, February 4th. Please check with Waste Management directly at (800)796-9696.

  • All WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY trash only carts should be placed out by 6 a.m. Friday morning for service.
  • All trash carts will be serviced by end of Saturday.
  • All recycle carts will be collected next week on their regular scheduled collection day.

PADS shelters

PADS Sites

PADS of DuPage has confirmed that their PADS site in Lombard at First Church of Lombard will open early, at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, January 29. Individuals staying at this overnight location may choose to be shuttled to the Wheaton location of the DuPage Pads Client Service Center, which will be operating as a warming site on Wednesday, January 30. 

water main breaks

Public Works Update

Public Works continues efforts to remove snow and prepare for water main breaks due to a major fluctuation in temperatures over the next week.  The temperatures are expected to fluctuate from -15 °F on Wednesday to 43 °F on Sunday, with a chance of rain. To minimize the possibility of localized flooding, Public Works will continue efforts in pushing snow back to expose curb inlets, in anticipation for drainage from snow melt, rain, and potential water main breaks. If you witness a water main break, dial 9-1-1. 

freezing pipes

Avoid Freezing Pipes 

Extreme cold during winter months can cause pipes to freeze and break, often causing damage to homes and an expensive repair bill. Residents may conveniently help prevent water pipes from freezing by allowing a cold water faucet to run at a trickle, approximately the width of a pencil point. Flowing water is less likely to freeze than stagnant water. The minimal cost of the water is a small price to pay to avoid potentially thousands of dollars in damage due to a broken water pipe.

Learn more about frozen pipes, how to help thaw frozen water lines, and when to call Public Works at

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