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Legal Notice 4/6/23 Public Hearing Text Amendments Adult Use Cannabis Dispensary
Legal Notice 4/6/23 Public Hearing Warrenville Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments
Legal Notice 4/6/23 Public Hearing 4575 Weaver Parkway/Synata Bio
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Public Hearing for FY 2024 Budget
Tue, Apr 4
Board of Fire & Police Commissioners Special Meeting
Thu, Apr 6
Plan Commission/Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
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We Want Your Opinion: Community Survey is Underway
A community survey is in process so the City can learn what residents think about life in Warrenville.
City Issues Bonds to Pay for Well Project
City Council approved issuing $10.7 million in bonds March 20 to pay for construction of a water tower, well, and iron filtration building on the southwest side of the City.
We're Hiring: Community and Economic Development Director
The City of Warrenville seeks qualified candidates for the position of full-time Community and Economic Development Director.
Get Ready for Spring
Brush pickup resumes. It's also time to test backflow preventers, take care of surface water drainage issues, and fix your leaks!
How to Avoid Single-Use Plastic in Everyday Life
The Environmental Advisory Commission's goals include educating the community about important issues, and single-use plastic is one of the greatest challenges we face.
Mayor Signs Rail Safety Letter to Congress
Mayor Brummel has added his signature to a letter from the National League of Cities (NLC) asking Congress to improve rail safety after the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio on February 6.
Spring Hydrant Flushing Begins April 10
If you notice a change in your water, such as taste or smell, it's a temporary measure that is part of the hydrant flushing process.
IDEC Recognizes Women's History Month
In March, we celebrate Women’s History Month to recognize the contributions and achievements women have made over the course of American history in a variety of fields.
State of the City Address Looks at 2022 Achievements, 2023 Goals
Take a look back at 2022 and see what’s ahead in 2023 in the Mayor’s State of the City Address delivered March 1.
March 2023 Hometown Happenings is Here!
Enjoy the latest Hometown Happenings! The March issue is out and will reach homes by mail this week. You can read it online now.
Senior Citizen Telecommunications Tax Rebate
Applications are due April 30 for senior citizens to be reimbursed for Telecommunications Taxes.
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