E-Pride Newsletter

Fire Department Toy Parade This Saturday, Dec. 14 

The Fire Department's Toy Parade will kick off at 10:30 a.m., this Saturday, Dec. 14, at Main Street and St. Charles Rd, heading south on Main. Anyone wanting to donate new and unopened toys or items (diapers, wipes, clothes, etc.) can hand deliver their donations to firefighters, along the west side of Main Street, from St. Charles to Glenbard East.

For more information please visit villageoflombard.org/toyparade and view the below video. 

Toy Parade

Drive Sober or Get Pulled over

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over: Holiday Crackdown 

From Friday, Dec. 20 – Wednesday, Jan. 1, Lombard Police Officers will be out in full force, seeking out alcohol and drug-impaired drivers. Law enforcement will show zero tolerance for drunk or drugged driving.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that from 2013 – 2017, there were 4,110 drunk-driving related deaths in the month of December.

Efforts to reduce impaired driving on our roads include an increased number of state and national messages about the dangers of impaired driving, combined with more officers enforcing live-saving seat belt, speeding and distracted driving laws.

fall leaves

Winter & Holiday Reminders from Public Works

  • The Village's free leaf collection program ends this week, as does all yard waste collection for 2019. Yard waste collection will begin again in April 2020.

  • A bin to recycle broken or unwanted strands of lights is available in front of Public Works through January 17th.

  • Waste Management will be conducting a free holiday tree collection from January 6 - 17. Place trees at your curbs for collection on your regular collection date during this time. 

happy holidays

Village Offices: Holiday Hours

Village of Lombard Offices will be closed on Tuesday, Dec. 24 and Wednesday, Dec. 25 in honor of the Christmas holiday, and on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020 for New Year’s Day. Additionally, Waste Management will be running on a one-day delayed schedule for both holidays.

water billing

Water Billing Changes January 1

As a reminder, water customers will experience changes to water bills effective January 1, 2020. 

  • Bills will be visually redesigned to improve readability.
  • Bills will be sent monthly on the 3rd and will be due on the 24th. 
  • A new $5 capital fee will be implemented on each monthly bill. This revenue will help pay for Lombard’s aging infrastructure that needs to be replaced in order to continue to provide clean and safe drinking water into the future. 
You can find more information, including how to sign up for auto pay at villageoflombard.org/waterbilling. If you have any questions, please email waterbilling@villageoflombard.org or call (630)620-5920.

Video Gaming Discussion Dec. 5

Video Gaming Update

On Thursday, Dec. 5, the Village Board of Trustees discussed previous requests from local businesses to amend the date for the existing trial period for video gaming and the date on which a non-binding advisory question regarding video gaming would appear as a ballot question. The date amendments were requested by business as a result of delays in the issuance of operator gaming licenses by the State of Illinois.

For an FAQ and more info, visit www.villageoflombard.org/videogaming

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