Village of Lombard, IL
recycling extravaganza

Recycling Extravaganza on Saturday

Lombard's annual Recycling Extravaganza will take place this Saturday, Sept. 22, at Village Hall (255 E. Wilson Ave.) from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. This event will provide a one-stop-drop for many hard to recycle items. 

Acceptable items include books, bikes, crutches, wheelchairs, clothing, reusable furniture/appliances, building supplies, flags, cell phones, eyeglasses, hearing aids, car batteries, latex paint, scrap metal, wood clay/ceramic pots, fire extinguishers and empty gas tanks. Worn American Flags will also be collected. New this year will be musical instruments, sheet music and school/office/art supplies. For a full list of recyclable items click here

Please note: electronic items including televisions, monitors and computers will not be accepted. 

car seat inspections

Free Child Safety Seat Inspections

Motor vehicle crashes are a leading killer of children and nearly 2 out of 3 car seats are misused according to the National Highway Safety and Transportation Authority. 

Stop by the Lombard Police Department (235 E. Wilson Ave.) this Saturday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. for a free child safety seat inspection! More

senior fair

Residents Invited to 2018 Senior Fair

Residents and neighbors are invited to attend the Village's 2018 Senior Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at Lombard Common Park (Grace & St. Charles Rd.), 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Learn about community groups and local organizations, and hear about useful information from local businesses. Flu shots will be provided by Jewel-Osco and will be free with proof of medicare. The Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles will be on site to renew licenses and issue State ID cards. For more information visit

coffee with a cop

National Coffee With a Cop Day

The Lombard Police Department will be participating in National Coffee With a Cop Day on Wednesday, Oct. 3 from 8 - 10 a.m. Stop by and get to know your Lombard Police Officers!  

This year's event will be at McDonald's restaurant at 1 Yorktown Center. 

national preparation month

National Preparedness Month: Disasters happen. Prepare now! 

Images from devastating hurricanes and wildfires remind us all that disasters don't plan ahead, but we can. Do you have an emergency kit and a family emergency plan already in place? It's important to plan before disaster strikes to help keep yourself and your family safe. Find preparation information at  

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