Village of Lombard, IL
Village statement regarding flyers found

Village response to flyers posted on public property in downtown Lombard

The Village has been made aware that flyers for a white nationalist group were recently posted on public property in downtown Lombard. The Village of Lombard is a proudly diverse community that embraces all of its residents and visitors.

Our main goal is the safety and quality of life of all Lombardians and we fully reject the discrimination of any person based on their race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, or any other personal freedom. Messages of hate and intolerance are an affront to the values and beliefs of our community and will not be tolerated. Unfortunately, over recent months other neighboring communities have experienced similar incidents and postings.

The placement of this material on public property is illegal. Village staff began removing the items this morning and will continue to seek out and remove any additional flyers or signage. The Lombard Police Department continues to investigate this matter. The Police Department maintains an active partnership with residents to foster a safe and welcoming community, and takes this incident very seriously. Anyone with information is encouraged to call 9-1-1.

video gaming update

Village President proposes compromise option for video gaming debate 

At a workshop on March 7th, Village President Keith Giagnorio proposed a compromise option regarding video gaming. The compromise would consider two proposed ordinances. One ordinance to permit video gaming with a sunset provision that would automatically (without action) terminate video gaming on June 30, 2020. The second ordinance would place the item on a non-binding advisory referendum for the March 2020 ballot. The two ordinances will be presented at the upcoming Village Board meeting for first reading on March 21, 2019. No final action will be taken until the second reading at a subsequent board meeting. 

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St. Patrick's Day Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over St. Patrick's Day Weekend

The Lombard Police Department will conduct special patrols on St. Patrick’s Day weekend to arrest impaired drivers and to encourage use of seat belts.

Lombard Police are also reminding residents hosting St. Patrick's Day parties that they can be held liable if someone you serve is involved in an impaired driving crash. 

Always Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Lombard! 

150th anniversary celebration of Lombard

Celebrate Lombard's 150th Birthday 

Residents and community members are invited to attend a proclamation reading recognizing the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Village of Lombard.

Join us for a brief reception at Village Hall, 255 E. Wilson Ave., on Thursday, March 21, at 6 p.m. 

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controlled burns

Controlled burns planned for late March and mid-April 

Several controlled burns are planned to take place in late March and mid-April. The exact days of when the burns will occur is extremely dependent on weather and site conditions and cannot be predicted in advance.

Once favorable conditions are identified, notice will be given one day prior to the burn on the Village's Facebook and Twitter pages. Locations include Terrace View Pond, Morris Pond, the Village's Surges Center and the pond at Village Hall.

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Upcoming events

Upcoming Village Events and Reminders

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