244-376 E. St. Charles Road
Lombard Veterinary Hospital will construct a new veterinary facility on the site of the former Lombard Vet (244 E. St. Charles Road) and the former ice house building (300-376 E. St. Charles Road). The Village Board approved the project in January 2023. Demolition of existing buildings expected to begin late September 2023.
837 S Westmore Meyers Road
Ace Hardware is petitioning the Village to build an outdoor garden sale. The Village Board approved the project.
Village Hall - Fleet Building
255 E Wilson Avenue
Approved expansion to the Public Works Fleet Building. Site work has begun.
303 W Roosevelt Road
Heritage received zoning entitlements, and an economic incentive, to rebuild a portion of their showroom and make site improvements. The project is under construction.
359 E Roosevelt Road
Freestanding restaurant with a drive-through. The restaurant opened in Summer 2023.
855 E Roosevelt Road
Approvals received for a new restaurant on vacant land. A mass grading permit was issued in February 2023.
Midwest Car Connect
747 E Roosevelt Road
Zoning entitlements approved for car sales.
Tidal Wave Car Wash
352 E Roosevelt Road
Approved car wash facility.
Lombard Cold Storage
Norbury Crossing Subdivision
20th Street, near Main Street
19-lot single-family subdivision was approved by the Village Board in 2022. Construction on utilities, street extension, and stormwater infrastructure is underway.
Unincorporated DuPage County, Former Ken Loch Golf Course, South Finley Road
In December 2013, DuPage County approved zoning actions for the redevelopment into a multiple family residential development. The Woodmoor project consists of 288 apartment units in 4 buildings and 100 townhome units. The Village continues to work with Donven Homes and DuPage County. As an unincorporated property, police services will be provided by the DuPage County and not the Village. Public street maintenance will be provided by York Township. The developer was required to pay impact fees to the respective school districts and, in the future, annual property taxes to the schools in a similar fashion as incorporated properties.
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