Village of Lombard, IL
Lilac Time Photo Contest

Lilac Time Photo Contest Winners

Congratulations to the 2018 Lilac Time Photo Contest Winners! Below to Right: 1st Place – "Springtime at Lilacia Park by Sabrina Williams, 2nd Place – “Blooms and a Bench” by Tony Peterman, and 3rd Place – “Purple Bloom” by Paul Jauregui. Thank you to everyone who participated! See all photos


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july 4th

Fourth of July Fireworks

July 4th is just around the corner! The Village invites residents and visitors to attend the 2018 Fourth of July Fireworks Display at Madison Meadow Park on Wednesday, July 4. Parking restrictions will be in place for the surrounding neighborhoods and a free shuttle service from nearby schools will be provided. Attendees are highly encouraged to utilize the shuttles that will be located at Madison School, 150 W. Madison St., Pleasant Lane School, 401 N. Main St., and Glenbard East High School, 1014 S. Main St. Pick-ups from these locations will go directly to the Madison Meadow Park. For more information, including parking restriction maps, visit villageoflombard.org/fourthofjuly


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Edson/Wilson Intersection to Close for Construction June 25

Construction to improve a sanitary sewer manhole will require the temporary, complete closure of the Edson and Wilson Avenue intersection, one block east of Finley Rd., for approximately four weeks beginning next week.

Posted detours will be in place. The completion of the project and subsequent reopening of the intersection is anticipated for the week of August 6, depending on weather. The objective of the work is to alleviate sewer odors and reduce corrosion within the structure. More information, including a detour map, is available at villageoflombard.org/manholeaerator


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Summer Edition of Pride Available Online

The summer edition of Lombard's printed Pride Newsletter was mailed to residences earlier this month and is also available online. This issue includes information about common summer topics and features stories about development in Lombard, the positive impacts of construction projects from Public Works, and an update regarding the Village's 2019 budget. View this and all past editions at villageoflombard.org/pride


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Lombard Fire Department Warns Residents of Firework Injuries

The Lombard Fire Department reminds residents that fireworks are not toys, but devices designed to reach high temperatures, burn, spark, explode and launch. They are unpredictable by nature and dangerous for non-professional users. Sparklers are legal, however they are extremely dangerous. Common sparklers burn at temperatures of up to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit and remain extremely hot long after the sparks have ceased. Many children are injured each year by sparklers and children playing with novelty fireworks must be closely supervised by adults to prevent injury. More



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Summer Concerts and Cruise Nights

Join us this Saturday night, June 23, 6-10 p.m. in downtown Lombard for Lombard Cruise Nights and Summer Concerts! This week's live concert will be Rocks Off - A Rolling Stones Tribute Band! In honor of the Rolling Stones, this week's optional car theme is British Imports. This week's Kids' Corner is sponsored by the Lombard Firebirds SC. For more information visit villageoflombard.org/cruisenights


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