EPride Weekly Newsletter from the Village of Lombard
Fourth of July Fireworks

Fourth of July Fireworks at Madison Meadow Park

Lombard’s Fourth of July Fireworks are scheduled for this Thursday, July 4th, at dusk, at Madison Meadow Park! While the current forecast calls for only a slight chance of rain at dusk on Thursday evening, we are continuing to keep an eye on the weather. Updates will be posted on the Village's Facebook and Twitter pages. 

Attendees are strongly encouraged to utilize the free shuttle bus transportation to and from designated parking locations including, Madison School, Pleasant Lane School, and Glenbard East High School.  For maps, a FAQ, and additional information, visit villageoflombard.org/fourthofjuly.  

Cruise Nights 2019

No Cruise Nights Event July 6th

There is no Cruise Nights event on Saturday, July 6th. Cruise Nights and Summer Concerts brought to you by CD One Price Cleaners, will return on July 13th, with Heartache Tonight - A Tribute to the Eagles, and Kids' Corner from the Village, celebrating Lombard's 150th birthday. We hope to see you there! 

Drive Sober Get Pulled Over

Stay Safe this Fourth of July Weekend: Drive Sober Lombard!  

Extra patrols are on the roads through July 8, seeking out drunk or impaired drivers and seat belt violators. If you plan on celebrating the Fourth of July with alcohol, take a moment to plan ahead for a sober ride home. Help keep Lombard safe this holiday weekend!

The Lombard Police Department is sharing tips and reminding all motorists to Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over! 

Firework Safety on the Fourth of July

Firework Safety Reminders

The discharging of fireworks, such as firecrackers, bottle rockets and Roman candles are not allowed in Illinois under state regulations. Novelty fireworks including snakes, sparklers, and party-poppers are not regulated by the state. 

Sparklers are legal, however they burn at 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit and are extremely dangerous. Many children are injured each year by sparklers and children playing with novelty fireworks must be closely supervised by adults. 

Fourth of July Pet Safety

Fourth of July Safety for Pets: Lost Dogs and Firework Poison Warning

Preventing Lost Dogs
Many pets exhibit flight behaviors when exposed to fireworks, or hear them from a distance. This behavior could lead to unsafe situations for you and your family. This Fourth of July, make sure your pets are safe.

Firework Poisoning
When unused or used fireworks are ingested, they are poisonous to pets. Fireworks contain hazardous chemicals that can lead to severe pet health issues. 

Village Offices Closed July 4th

Village Offices Closed July 4th

Village Offices Closed
In observance of Independence Day, Village Offices will be closed Thursday July 4th and will reopen on Friday, July 5th at 8 a.m.

Waste Management Holiday Schedule 
Due to the holiday, Waste Management will be operating on an adjusted/holiday schedule next week. Residents who receive Waste Management services on Thursday and Friday, should expect service to be delayed by one day. 
Upcoming events

Upcoming Village Events and Reminders

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