located 21 miles west of Chicago, offers
natural beauty, hometown charm, and
a friendly community atmosphere. The
village serves as a great base for commerce,
education, and suburban living. You'll
find Hinsdale, Illinois is like a fresh
breath of air."
19 E. Chicago Ave, Hinsdale, IL 60521
Village of Hinsdale Police Department Public Notices
CALEA Public Meeting
The Hinsdale Police Department is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of a program to achieve accreditation by verifying it meets professional standards.
As part of the on-site assessment, agency employees and members of the community are invited to offer comments at a public information session on Monday, March 31, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. The session will be conducted in the Memorial Hall, Village of Hinsdale Memorial Building located at 19 East Chicago Avenue, Hinsdale, Illinois.
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Got Cameras? Let us know..
The Hinsdale Police Department has launched a new initiative, "Block Watch".
This program has been developed to aid investigators in quickly locating residents that may have cameras near the scene of a crime. Home cameras will help us catch criminals, especially burglars that have been breaking into homes nearby.
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& Snow Removal Parking Bans
With the threat of snow during the
winter season, please keep the following
a snowfall of 3 inches or more: parking is prohibited on both
sides of a street for a period of
12 hours after the snowfall stops
(per Hinsdale Village Ordinance) 6-6-2.
In the event of an impending
snowstorm, residents are asked to
park their vehicles in
the garage or driveway. Please ensure
that sidewalks are not blocked
by vehicles; this impedes the progress
of sidewalk plowing operations.
- Plowing operations are based on a priority
system. Main roads and
well-traveled routes, such as those
leading to schools, are plowed
- It may take 8-12 hours
to clear roads after a heavy snowfall.
- Limit travel when possible.
Cars that become stuck in the road will
block the street preventing snow removal.
- An unfortunate consequence
of the snow removal program is the side
delivery of snow from plows, resulting
in the discharge of snow
toward the curb and driveway aprons.
The Village suggests waiting
until plows have cleared the street
before cleaning the driveway
apron. If possible, throw snow on the
parkway to the right of
the driveway (when facing the street).
Subsequent snow plow passes
will then push this extra snow away
from the driveway rather
than into the driveway.
For questions or concerns regarding
snow removal, please contact Public
Works at 630-789-7030 Monday - Friday,
between the hours of 7:00am and 3:00pm.
Outside of regular business hours, please
contact the Police Department's Non-Emergency
Line at 630-789-7070.
Oak Street Bridge Reconstruction Project
Community Working Group meeting for Phase 2 scheduled for February 6, 2014 at 7:00 PM
The first Community Working Group (CWG) meeting for Phase 2 (Design Engineering) of the Oak Street Bridge Replacement Project will be held at the Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge at 7:00 PM on February 6, 2014. All Village residents are welcome to attend. If you were not a CWG participant during the Oak Street Bridge Phase 1 (Environmental Assessment/Preliminary Engineering), please contact the Village Engineer, Dan Deeter at email@example.com with your RSVP and to receive future notices. View the agenda.
Watch previously held Meetings:
Oak Street Bridge Replacement Project presentation from October 26, 2011.
Detailed documentation describing
the impacts and mitigation associated
with the effects of the Oak Street
project on Highland Park: