On November 5, 2018, the City of Elmhurst was informed that Standard and Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings assigned the AAA rating to the Series 2018 General Obligation (GO) Bonds and affirmed its AAA rating to the City’s existing GO Bonds.
Naperville Police made four impaired driving arrests and issued 45 seat belt and child safety seat citations during the recent Halloween Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and Click It or Ticket enforcement campaigns.
Addison Village Manager Joseph Block has announced his intent to retire at the end of the year, capping a 40-year career in Public Administration, and a nearly unheard of 32-year tenure with the Village of Addison.
DuPage County was one of 27 organizations or companies in Illinois that received the award for its significant achievements in protecting the environment, helping sustain the future, and improving the economy.
The Naperville Police Department is participating in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement campaign and reminding motorists of the dangers of impaired driving, particularly on Halloween when little ghouls and goblins are out in neighborhoods and on busy streets after dark.
At noon on Sunday October 21, 2018, Naperville’s Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) received a 911 call for the report of smoke and fire in a single-family residence located in the 100-north block of Ellsworth street.
The Elmhurst Fire Department reminds residents to change your clocks for the end of daylight savings time on Sunday, November 4 and take the time to change the batteries in your home smoke detectors and to consider if it is time to recycle and replace old smoke detectors.
An Illinois House of Representatives Environment and Energy Committees have scheduled a joint hearing for October 26, 2018 at 10:00am at the Michael A. Bilandic building, 160 N. LaSalle C-600, 6th Floor Building in Chicago.
Naperville Park District was recognized by the Illinois Association of Park Districts (IAPD) with the 2018 Best Green Practices Award, presented at IAPD’s annual awards gala in Wheeling on Friday, October 12.
Due to underground utility work taking place in downtown Wheaton, parking will be closed on Hale Street from Front to Wesley Street starting Thursday, Oct. 4, as crews begin work on replacing century-old sanitary service lines and water main.