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    COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site in Village Hall Parking Lot, Friday, Nov. 27th

    The Village of Lombard will be hosting a free, one-day mobile COVID-19 testing site in the parking lot at Village Hall, 255 E. Wilson Ave., on Friday, November 27th, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., while supplies last. Read on...
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    Thanksgiving Cooking Safety Reminders from Lombard Fire

    More cooking home fires occur on Thanksgiving Day, than any other day of the year. The Lombard Fire Department is sharing safety reminders to help keep you and your family safe this holiday. Read on...
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    Prevent Thefts With the 9 p.m. Routine

    The Lombard Police Department is reminding residents to ensure that their valuables are removed from vehicles, that their vehicles and homes are locked, and that they turn on exterior lights, as part of a “9 p.m. routine” every night to help deter thefts. Read on...
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    Thanksgiving Greetings and Reminders from the Village

    Village Offices will be closed Nov. 26th and 27th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Read on...
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    Lombard Historical Society Awarded $750,000 Grant

    Lombard Historical Society to receive a $750,000 Illinois Public Museum Capital Grant Read on...
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    2021 Budget Approved by Lombard Village Board

    On November 19, 2020, the Lombard Village Board approved a balanced 2021 Budget and the 2020 Property Tax Levy. Read on...
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    Holiday Light Recycling Bin at Public Works 11/26 - 1/18

    Residents may place unwanted, old, or broken holiday string lights in a bin at Public Works, to be recycled. Read on...
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    Lombard Police to motorists: This Thanksgiving, buckle up and designate a sober driver

    Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest travel times of the year and the Lombard Police Department is reminding motorists to buckle up and drive sober. Read on...
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    Press Release from Lombard Police Dept. and State's Attorney's Office

    Bond set for a Chicago man accused of killing a bicyclist with his car in Lombard and then fleeing the scene of the crash. Read on...
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    Holiday Donation Options

    The Lombard Fire Department supports the spirit of giving this holiday season. Read on...
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    Lombard receives nearly $2.3 million in COVID-19 reimbursement funding

    The Village of Lombard recently received nearly $2.3 million in COVID-19 relief funding from DuPage County, as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Read on...
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    Village Board to Discuss Advisory Referendum Question Regarding Video Gaming

    The Village Board will be discussing the results of the non-binding advisory referendum question regarding video gaming at a meeting on December 3. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Update: November 13th

    COVID-19 daily cases and positivity rates continue to climb. The Village is urging residents to take safety precautions and to support local businesses. Read on...
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    Statement from Lombard Village President: November 9, 2020

    Village President Keith Giagnorio is sharing a statement with residents, on behalf of the Village Board. Read on...
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    Free Fall Leaf Pick-Up 6-Week Program Nov. 9 - Dec. 18

    Lombard’s annual six-week free leaf pick-up for residents will begin Monday, Nov. 9 and end Friday, Dec. 18. Read on...
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    Keep The Wreath Red Program: Fire Safety Tips

    Lombard Fire Stations will display wreaths with red lights. If a fire should be caused by holiday decorations then one red bulb will be changed white. The goal is to Keep The Wreath Red this holiday season. Read on...
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    Seasonal Parking & Storage of Recreational Vehicles

    During the winter months, November 1 – March 31, residents can park their recreational vehicles in their garage, side or rear yards as long the vehicle is on a hard surface, in the front yard past the setback of 30 feet or at off-site storage. Read on...
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