Village of Lombard, IL
Lilac Time Parade

Lilac Time Parade Route & Closures

The Lilac Festival Parade will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 20. The parade will travel north on Main St. from Wilson Ave., to Maple St., before turning east and ending at Craig Pl. Police Chief Newton has announced temporary parking restrictions that are necessary to ensure a safe and orderly passage of traffic during the event. Residents are urged to cooperate with the temporary parking restrictions that will be in place beginning early Sunday morning, and detours that will remain in place until after the parade. See Map 

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Lombard Police Welcome New K9 Officer Thor

The Lombard Police Department recently welcomed its newest member, K9 Officer Thor. In his first week, Thor responded to several incidents including a missing 14-year-old girl with special needs. Officer Joe Statkus will serve as Thor's handler. The purchase of Thor was made possible by a $11,500 grant from the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at the Giving Back Fund. More

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Distracted Driving Month and Week Totals 

The Lombard Police Department tickets for distracted driving year round, with nearly 4,000 cell phone violation tickets issued in the past 4 years, with 1,052 issued in 2017. This past April, Lombard Police issued 163 distracted driving tickets, as part of Distracted Driving Month and Illinois' 2nd Annual Distracted Driving Awareness Week (4/23-27). During the last two weeks of April, Lombard Police dedicated more than 104 focused hours on distracted driving violations, which also resulted in 44 additional citations, 1 DUI arrest, 4 license related arrests, and 2 drug arrests.  More

Police Week

National Police Week 

The Village of Lombard joined communities across the United States to recognize National Police Week, May 13-19, to honor and remember those law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice. Lombard Officers killed in the line of duty include John Frost, Killed Sept. 1936; Allan Mollsen, killed Sept. 28, 1986; and Louis Schuetz, killed July 30, 1933. More

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Memorial Day Ceremony: May 28

All residents and visitors, especially Veterans of the Armed Services and local scouts, are invited to attend this year's Memorial Day Ceremony, Monday, May 28, at 12 p.m., in the Sunken Garden at Common Park. The ceremony will recognize the 100th Anniversary of the End of WWI. Visit for more. 

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