Village of Lombard, IL
wind chill advisory

Winter Weather Continues

Lombard continues to experience extremely cold and dangerous temperatures, with more winter weather on its way overnight. Forecasts predicts snow showers this evening and a chance of freezing rain. Please use caution when driving. If your home loses heat please seek alternative shelter. If you are in an unsafe situation, dial 9-1-1. Residents are encouraged to check on elderly and home bound neighbors. For more information on how to stay safe in cold weather visit

Drive sober or get pulled over

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over: Super Bowl Weekend

Lombard Police will be conducting special patrols this Super Bowl weekend, to keep impaired drivers off the roads. Efforts will include a focus on seat belt enforcement. 

Make a game plan for this weekend and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Lombard! More

waste management schedule adjusted

Waste Management Delayed and NO Recycling Until Monday 

Due to the severe cold, Waste Management did not operate on Wednesday, January 30 or today, 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.

water main breaks

Water Main Breaks 

Temperatures are expected to reach 43 °F on Sunday, with a chance of rain. Due to the extreme fluctuation of temperatures, water main breaks are possible. 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


Upcoming Events and Meetings 

View all upcoming meetings and events at 

            Village Links              

 Village WebsitePay Bills Online  -   Report A Concern  -   Agendas and Minutes

 Village Board of Trustees

Village President Keith Giagnorio  -  Village Clerk Sharon Kuderna 
Dan Whittington -- Mike Fugiel -- Reid Foltyniewicz -- Bill Johnston -- Robyn Pike -- 
William Ware
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