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March 15, 2020
The Village of Hinsdale will close Village Hall to the public beginning the week of March 16, 2020. Critical operations, including services provided by our Police, Fire, Public Works, and the Hinsdale Water Department will not be impacted.
During this closure, Village of Hinsdale employees that support the administrative functions will continue to provide services.
The Village made this decision based on recommendations from Governor J.B. Pritzker on March 12; advising organizations throughout the State of Illinois to consider social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Residents can find contact information by service area on the Village’s website at www.villageofhinsdale.org and view how to access Village services electronically here.
Residents may call (630)789-7000 for general government concerns, or for non-emergency concerns contact the Police Department non-emergency line at (630)789-7070 or the Fire Department non-emergency line at (630)789-7060.
Residents may also renew vehicle stickers online here. Residents may also leave completed vehicle sticker renewals in the drop box located at the Village Circle or at the lobby of the Police Department.
If residents need to get in contact with a Village department or staff member, please select from the following list:
EMERGENCY police and fire services: Call 9-1-1 for police, fire and emergency medical services.
- Non-emergency police and fire services: Please call the Fire Department at (630)789-7060 or Police at (630)789-7070
- Utility billing, vehicle and animal license, alarm permit and other finance questions: Please contact the general contact number (630)789-7000 or Water Billing Coordinator at (630)789-7020. Residents can also renew vehicle stickers online here.
- Garbage and recycling questions: Please contact Republic Services Allied Waste at (630)964-3232 or the Public Works Department at (630)789-7041.
- Engineering, Building, zoning and permitting questions: Please contact Community Development at (630)789-7030.
- General Public Works service requests: Please call the Public Works Department at (630)789-7041.
- Parks and Recreation questions: Please call the Parks & Rec Department at (630)789-7091.
- COVID-19 questions: Please contact the DuPage County Department of Public Health with specific COVID-19 questions at (630)682-7400. You may also contact the Illinois Department of Public Health COVD-19 hotline calling (800)889-3931 or e-mailing DPH.SICK@ILLINOIS.GOV
The Hinsdale Public Library and the Village of Hinsdale Recreation Department have also announced temporary closures of their facilities and programming, while the Governor has mandated the closure of all K-12 educational facilities through March 30, District 181 and District 86 may have additional informational available on their respective websites.
The Village Board will hold its meeting on Monday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m.
The Village is monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak closely and receiving frequent updates from our federal, state and regional public health partners. The Village will continue to evaluate and make decisions based on the guidance from these trusted sources and will provide updates on closures and other developments as information becomes available. Residents are encouraged to visit the Village’s website and sign up for the Village eNews.
The Village recommends residents refer to these credible resources for timely and accurate information:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Sign up for the latest updates here.
- Illinois Department of Public Health
- Cook County Department of Public Health
Residents can also use these resources for questions and concerns:
- Call the Illinois Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Hotline at 1-800-889-3931 or email DPH.SICK@ILLINOIS.GOV anytime (24 hours a day, seven days a week).
- If you are sick, first call your primary care doctor. Stay home and limit contact with others. Follow the CDC's recommendations for "What To Do If You Are Sick."
- If you or someone you know (adults or children) are experiencing fear and anxiety about coronavirus, review the CDC's information about Mental Health and Coping with COVID-19.
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