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    Village Hall Walk-In Hours Expand Beginning June 14

    Village Hall walk-in/lobby hours will expand to Monday – Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., beginning Monday, June 14th. Read on...
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    July 4th Fireworks and Cruise Nights & Summer Concerts

    In anticipation of the State's implementation of Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois Plan, in which all COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, the Village is pleased to announce that planning for summer community events has begun. Read on...
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    Construction Hours

    As the summer construction season gets underway, the Village is reminding contractors and maintenance crews of the Village’s construction hours. Read on...
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    Fire Hydrant Maintenance Program Begins May 3rd

    Lombard Public Works crews will be performing annual hydrant maintenance on over 900 hydrants over a three-week period beginning Monday, May 3rd, 2021. Read on...
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    Ruse Burglary Safety Reminder

    The Lombard Police Department is reminding residents to be cautious of ruse burglaries as the weather gets nicer outside. Read on...
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    Yard Waste Collection Begins April 5th

    Waste Management’s yard waste collection program in Lombard begins the first full week in April. Yard waste sticker prices have increased according to the annual Consumers Price Index by 2 cents to $2.45/sticker. Read on...
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    Sign Up for Development News: Lilac Station and Helen Plum Library

    Sign up for updates and alerts regarding the new Lilac Station development at 101 S. Main Street and the new Helen Plum Library at 411 S. Main Street. Read on...
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    ComEd Tree Trimming Scheduled

    The Village of Lombard has received notification of scheduled tree trimming from ComEd. Read on...
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    Prevent Thefts With the 9 p.m. Routine

    The Lombard Police Department is reminding residents to ensure that their valuables are removed from vehicles, that their vehicles and homes are locked, and that they turn on exterior lights, as part of a “9 p.m. routine” every night to help deter thefts. Read on...
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