Village of Lombard, IL
Video gaming

Village Board Responds to Requests to Reconsider Ban on Video Gaming  

On Sept. 20, the Village Board announced that the topic of video gaming will be discussed at upcoming committee meetings. The announcement was in response to several Lombard business owners who voiced concerns that the Village's video gaming ban negatively affects their businesses. Additionally, a petition was presented with 140 resident signatures in support of video gaming in Lombard. 

Updates and a FAQ are posted at villageoflombard.org/videogaming.


senior fair 2018

Lombard's 13th Annual Senior Fair

Learn about organizations, volunteering opportunities, and services available for seniors. The Senior Man and Senior Woman of the Year will be announced at 10 a.m. For a list of vendors and services, visit villageoflombard.org/seniorfair.

Wednesday, October 3, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Community Building at Lombard Common Park, 433 E. St. Charles Rd.


coffee with a cop

National Coffee With a Cop Day

Lombard Police are inviting residents to stop by and have a cup of coffee on National Coffee With a Cop Day. This event provides an opportunity for residents or business owners to ask questions and get to know Lombard Police Officers. This event is open to the public and no purchase is necessary. More

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 8 - 10 a.m.

McDonald's Restaurant, 1 Yorktown Center.


fire prevention week

Fire Department Open House

The Lombard Fire Department is inviting residents and visitors to an fun and free community open house event in conjunction with 2018 Fire Prevention Week. Anyone who purchased a pink t-shirt in August is invited to wear their t-shirts for a group photo at 7 p.m. More 


Wednesday, Oct. 3, 6 - 8 p.m.
Fire Station 45, 50 E. St. Charles Rd. 

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Innovation Award for Public Works Citizens Academy

The Lombard Public Works Department was recently presented with the Innovation Award at the DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference, for its first ever Public Citizens Academy. The program offered residents the opportunity to experience hands-on activities, meet staff, learn about Public Works, and tour facilities. More




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Illinois Rail Safety Week 

About every 3 hours, a person or vehicle is hit by a train. The average train weighs 200 tons and takes more than one mile, or 20 football fields, to stop. Lombard Police are promoting safety for both motorists and pedestrians in honor of Illinois Safety Week, Sept. 23-29, with these safety tips: More

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 Village Board of Trustees

Village President Keith Giagnorio  -  Village Clerk Sharon Kuderna 
Dan Whittington -- Mike Fugiel -- Reid Foltyniewicz -- Bill Johnston -- Robyn Pike -- 
William Ware
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