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Earlier this week, the Illinois Tollway Authority announced a series of open houses to inform the public and gather input about I-294 reconstruction. Read More
Spring is here and  Republic Services will be picking up yard waste.  Please be advised, as of May 1, 2017, yard waste stickers will increase to $3.25.
ComEd intends to perform vegetation management activities on distribution circuits in Hinsdale during the time period of May 2017. Read More
The TollwayAuthority’s Customer Service and Planning Committee meeting scheduled for Monday, April 17, 2017, has been rescheduled to take place on Monday, April 24, 2017, at 2:30 p.m. at the Tollway Headquarters located at 2700 Ogden Ave., Downers Grove.
ComEd has released its Smart Grid Law Capstone Report.  This report summarizes ComEd's work and results over the past five years to modernize the electric grid as part of the Energy Infrastructure Modernization Act.  Read More
Hinsdale's Independence Day Celebration will be held at Burlington Park, 19 E. Chicago Ave. on Tuesday, July 4th. Read More
The FY2017/18 Budget Presentation is now available to view online.  Read More

Hinsdale residents and officials question need for widening I-294, seek commitment to transparency from Illinois Tollway Authority at committee meeting this week.

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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. Read More
The Hinsdale Public Services Department has scheduled two prescribed burns on two natural areas located on Village owned parcels on March 23, 2017. Timing of prescribed burns is sensitive and must be performed before native plants begin actively growing. Read More
The Hinsdale Police Department will have new lobby hours starting Monday, March 20, 2017. Read More
The Draft FY 2017-18 Annual Performance Budget is now available to view online.  Read More
The Village of Hinsdale is hosting a public meeting on Thursday, March 9, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. to assemble an Ad Hoc Tollway Advisory Committee to the Village in efforts to oppose the Illinois Tollway Authority's potential widening of I-294.  Read More
On 3/7/17, a subcontractor of Nicor bored through a large AT&T duct bank, damaging it.   Potentially, 700 customers will be affected.  To repair this work, Lincoln Street will be closed from First to Second Street until further notice.   Read More
The Village's Tree Pruning Program Has Begun
On March 8 no parking will be allowed on Chicago Avenue between Washington Street and Garfield Street due to tree pruning. Read More
The Village was notified March 3, 2017, by BNSF Railroad that there will be late night track construction (welding) taking place during the second week of March. Read More

The Village of Hinsdale held a community information meeting on Monday, February 27, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. regarding the Illinois Tollway Authority’s proposal to widen I-294. 

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During the Village Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, February 21 the annual Integrated Pest Management review will be discussed.  Public participation is encouraged and written information and comments regarding pest management on Village property will be solicited. Read More
The Village Board has requested public comment on a parking garage that is being proposed for the Village's Central Business District.  
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The Hinsdale Police Department is sharing an alert from the Western Springs Police Department. An alleged aggravated vehicular hijacking incident occurred outside of a private residence located in the 4800 block of Fair Elms Avenue in Western Springs the evening of Thursday, February 9. Read More
The Hinsdale Village Board is proud to announce the newest members of the Fire Department, Ryan Dudek and Cameron Russell. Both men were sworn in at the the Village Board meeting on January 24. 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
At the December 12 Village Board meeting, Village Trustees recognized two of Hinsdale’s police officers who were credited with saving a person’s life. Sergeant Mark Wodka and Officer Carter Sward received the Hinsdale Police Department’s Lifesaving Award. Read More
The Village would like to take this opportunity to provide a few tips on how to prevent water pipes from freezing up. Read More
Village President Appoints Captain John Giannelli as Hinsdale's New Fire Chief and Recognizes Retiring Fire Chief Richard Ronovsky at the November 15 Village Board Meeting. Read More
Hinsdale Fire Department Promotes Two New Officers
The Hinsdale Fire Department is proud to announce the promotion of two new officers: Lieutenant Jon Carlson to rank of Captain and Firefighter/Paramedic Andy Ziemer to the rank of Lieutenant. Read More
The Village has noted a recent increase in calls from concerned residents regarding what seems to be an unusual amount of airplane traffic over the area. Read More
The Hinsdale Fire Department urges residents to change their smoke alarm and carbon monoxide (CO) detector batteries when changing their clocks for Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, November 6. Read More
Stop Means Stop Traffic Initiative
The Village of Hinsdale Police Department will be re-instituting its “Stop Means Stop” enforcement campaign.  The ultimate goal of the program is to change motorists' behavior when stopping or yielding at an intersection. Read More
Village Board of Trustees recognized Fire Chief Richard Ronovsky and Fire Captain Dave DeWolf on their upcoming retirements at the September 6 Board meeting. Read More
Downtown Parkway Improvements Completed
In an effort to beautify Hinsdale's downtown and increase shopper convenience, decorative brick pavers and sustainable landscaping have been placed in three locations within the Central Business District.
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Hinsdale Police Issue Warning Over Vehicle Thefts
Over the past two months, the Hinsdale Police Department has investigated six separate incidents of motor vehicle theft within the Village.  Residents are reminded to lock car doors and report any suspicious activity. Read More
Village Requests Public Comments on Hinsdale Meadows Development
Plan Commission discussions are ongoing regarding a developer proposal for a new development at 55th Street & County Line Road. Read More
Nicor Gas Performing Utility Work
Nicor Gas is performing utility infrastructure work in the Village in 2016.  Work will continue periodically throughout the year. Read More
ComEd Utility Pole Program
ComEd is involved in an ongoing program to inspect and potentially repair 3,500 of their poles in the Village.  ComEd and its contractors may require access through private property. Read More
Registration and Driver’s License Renewal Reminder: The Hinsdale Police Department has recently observed many more vehicles than usual with expired license plates.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released new Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps. The updated map and accompanying Flood Insurance Study are available. Read More