Village of Lombard, IL
controlled burns

Controlled Burns Scheduled for Saturday, March 23


Several controlled burns are scheduled to take place this Saturday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., depending on weather conditions. The burn locations include: 

  • Terrace View Pond, just east of Park View Elementary School, near Greenfield Ave. and Elizabeth St. 

  • Morris Pond, in the neighborhood northwest of Main St. and Roosevelt Rd. 

  • The Surges Center Public Works Complex, located on Garfield St., north of North Ave. 

  • The pond at Village Hall, 255 E. Wilson Ave., and areas adjacent to the Public Works Facility at 1051 S. Hammerschmidt Ave.
Burns control non-native vegetation by mimicking natural fires. The burn will leave behind native plants that are able to survive such fire events. These native plants will create a balanced ecosystem.

150th anniversary celebration of Lombard

Happy Birthday Lombard! Proclamation Event Tonight 


Residents and community members are invited to attend a proclamation reading recognizing the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Village of Lombard.

Join us for a brief reception at Village Hall, 255 E. Wilson Ave., this evening, Thursday, March 21, at 6 p.m. 

For more Sesquicentennial events that are planned throughout the year, visit www.villageoflombard.org/150th


yard waste collection begins April 1

Yard Waste Collection Begins April 1


Waste Management’s yard waste collection program in Lombard begins Monday, April 1. New this year, bundled brush, as well as paper bags and cans of leaves and grass, must have a yard waste sticker attached.  Stickers are $2.37 each and are available at participating local stores. 


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Sign Up For Public Works Citizens Academy 

Are you interested in finding out more about Public Works? The Public Works Citizens Academy is free, open to residents (18 and older), and offers hands-on training activities, tours of Village facilities, and presentations by Public Works staff. Lombard’s PWCA will be on Monday evenings, 6 - 8:30 p.m., April 15 – May 6, with a graduation event scheduled on Thursday, May 16, in conjunction with a regularly scheduled Village Board of Trustees Meeting.

Topics covered will include streets, electrical and forestry divisions as well as underground utilities. Participants will also see demonstrations, learn about Lombard’s utility systems, and tour the Glenbard Wastewater Authority. Sign up at villageoflombard.org/pwca


Video Gaming Update

Video Gaming Ordinances: First Reading 


At a workshop on March 7th, Village President Keith Giagnorio proposed a compromise option regarding video gaming. The compromise would consider two proposed ordinances. One ordinance to permit video gaming with a sunset provision that would automatically (without action) terminate video gaming on June 30, 2020. The second ordinance would place the item on a non-binding advisory referendum for the March 2020 ballot. The two ordinances will be presented at the upcoming Village Board meeting for first reading on March 21, 2019. No final action will be taken until the second reading at a subsequent board meeting. 

For more information including videos and FAQs visit villageoflombard.org/videogaming


Upcoming events

Upcoming Village Events and Reminders

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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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