Village of Lombard, IL
American English

Season Finale of Cruise Nights and Summer Concerts: American English

American English is returning to downtown Lombard this Saturday, August 25, for the Season Finale of Lombard's Cruise Nights and Summer Concerts Series. Enjoy a large collection of classic and custom cruise cars from 6-10 p.m., hear your favorite Beatles songs beginning at 7 p.m., and don't forget to stop by Kids' Corner for face painting and games! 

Concert goers, 21 and older (with proper ID) can choose to consume alcoholic beverages in the concert area if purchased at participating businesses including Babcock's Grove House, Shannon's Deli, and Punky's Pub. (Wristbands required.) NO outside alcohol will be permitted. For maps, cruiser information, and a FAQ visit

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St. Charles Road Closure

St. Charles Road will be closed to through traffic on Saturday, August 25, for Lombard's Cruise Nights and Summer Concerts Series Finale featuring American English. Detours will be in place by 3 p.m. The road will reopen to through traffic after 10 p.m., once the event is complete and the roadway is cleared. 

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Senior of the Year

Lombard Seeking Seniors of the Year

Do you have a neighbor who looks out for others? Or a family member who volunteers their time to the community? Nominate a Lombard resident that is 65 years of age or older for the Senior Man or Senior Woman of the Year!

All nominees will be recognized at the Village's 2018 Senior Fair on Oct. 3 at Lombard Common Park. The winning Senior Man and Senior Woman of the Year will get to ride in the 2019 Lilac Time Parade. More information is available at

Drive Sober Get Pulled Over: Roadside Safety Checkpoint

Labor Day Weekend road trips and local celebrations are fun and festive, but the Lombard Police Department is reminding residents that due to alcohol and drug impaired drivers, it is also dangerous. 

Extra officers are on the road, cracking down on drunk and impaired drivers through September 3, including an overnight roadside safety checkpoint on August 24. More

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Tree Reminders About Ribbons 

The Forestry Division has encountered a number of young trees showing signs of bark constriction as a result of tied on ribbons.

The Village is reminding residents and businesses, that have shown support for students injured in a bonfire at the start of summer by tying red ribbons around trees, to remove or periodically loosen the ribbons for the health of the tree. More

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