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national burn awareness week 2020

National Burn Awareness Week: Contact Burns - Hot Surfaces Damage Skin!

Burn injuries continue to be one of the leading causes of accidental death and injury in our Nation. Groups most vulnerable to burns include children, the elderly, and the disabled. 

Contact burns are some of the most common types of burns, but you can keep yourself and your loved ones safe with a few simple changes in behavior and the home environment. 

census 2020

2020 Census: Why Should You Care?

What is the 2020 Census? The Census is a headcount of every person in the United States that happens every 10 years. The Village of Lombard asks all residents to participate in the 2020 Census because the results impact representation and funding. The Census results also help to inform planning and decision making at all levels of government. The Census is easy, safe and important. Be counted Lombard!

winter parking

Winter Parking Reminder

Parking on Village streets is not allowed after 1” of snowfall. When more than 1” of snowfall is experienced, residents and visitors are responsible for removing their vehicles from the street in order to create clear passage for snowplows.

If the current weather conditions include a 1” snowfall, overnight requests will not be granted. 

political campaign sign reminders

Political Campaign Sign Restrictions

With the upcoming election on Tuesday, March 17th approaching, the Village of Lombard is reminding both businesses and residences of regulations pertaining to political campaign signs located within the Village.

Upcoming events

Upcoming Village Events and Reminders  

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 Village Board of Trustees

Village President Keith Giagnorio  -  Village Clerk Sharon Kuderna 
Dan Whittington -- Anthony Puccio -- Reid Foltyniewicz -- Andrew Honig -- Dan Militello -- 
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