Village of Lombard, IL
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20 E. St. Charles Commuter Lot to Close Until Further notice

Beginning Monday, August 6, the commuter and public parking lot at 20 E. St. Charles Rd., near the northeast corner of the Main Street and St. Charles Rd. intersection, will be closed until further notice. Quarterly permit commuters who normally park at 20 E. St. Charles Rd., will be allowed to park at 101 S. Main beginning August 6. More

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Cruise Nights and Summer Concerts August 4: 7Deez 

Join friends and neighbors in downtown Lombard this Saturday night, 6-10 p.m., and hear your favorite disco hits from the 7Deez!  Stop by Kids' Corner for fun and free activities from Outreach House and Soaring Eagle Academy. Experience downtown Lombard's restaurants and businesses and see an amazing collection of cars including this week's optional car theme of convertibles.

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Asphalt Paving Requires Temporary Lane Closures Today 

A contractor is conducting asphalt patching at multiple, high profile locations near downtown Lombard today. The work requires temporary lane closures, but no complete street closures. The patching is scheduled for completion by the end of the day. 

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Lombard Fire Department's Pink Shirts

Lombard Firefighters will once again wear pink shirts throughout the month of October, in an effort to raise awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Shirts are also available for public purchase for $15, August 1 - 31, in order to raise funds for local residents in treatment. All profits will go to the Bhorade Cancer Care Center at Good Samaritan Hospital. More
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Stay Safe in the Sun This Summer

Temperatures will return to the 90's this weekend and the Lombard Fire Department is reminding residents of summer safety tips! 

  • Stay hydrated: Drink 2-4 cups of water every hour if you are in heat.
  • NEVER leave a child, senior citizen, or pet, in a parked car. On a mild 80 degree day, a car can become an unsafe 99 degrees in only 2 minutes. 
  • If you, or someone around you begins experiencing dizziness, nausea, headache, confusion or a rapid pulse, seek medical attention. 
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