The Hinsdale Police Department is urging the community to remove valuables from the interior of your vehicles and lock the doors, particularly during the overnight hours. Read More
Parks & Recreation Survey
Over 1,000 Hinsdale households returned surveys about the Village's Parks & Recreation programs and facilities. Read More
Hinsdale Police Department Says Don't Drink and Drive
The Hinsdale Police Department reminds motorists to be safe, buckle up and drive sober. Read More
Historic Preservation Benefits Discussed
The Village's Historic Preservation Commission held a seminar to highlight the property tax advantages of historic designation. Read More
The Hinsdale Village Board is proud to recognize the promotion of three public safety officers: Police Officer Tom Lillie was promoted to Deputy Police Chief; Police Officer Lou Hayes was promoted to Sergeant; and Firefighter/Paramedic Don Newberry was promoted to Fire Lieutenant. Read More
The Village’s tree pruning program is scheduled to begin in January 2017, with over 1,000 public trees to be pruned this winter. The scheduled area is encompassed by Garfield Street on the west, Columbia Avenue on the east, Chicago Avenue on the north and 55th Street on the south.   Read More
The Burns Park ice rink is closed until further notice due to warming temperatures.  Please keep an eye on the Parks & Rec home page for updates! Read More
As part of the Illinois Tollway's Move Illinois program, the Tollway is in the planning stages of major work on I-294 through Hinsdale. Read More
Hinsdale, located 21 miles west of Chicago, offers natural beauty, hometown charm, and a friendly community atmosphere. The Village serves as an ideal base for commerce, education, and suburban living.