Bronze statue of children reading sitting on top of large books etched with City of Warrenville
State of the City - 02/19/2020 - Council Chambers - 28W701 Stafford Place

General Primary Election

The General Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 for the nomination of Federal, State, and County Officials, and for the election of Precinct Committeemen.  

In-person early voting begins Thursday, February 6, 2020. Go to www.dupageco
for more information or call the County at (630) 407-5600.

Garbage Recycling Guide

Trail Head Project - Prairie Path Realignment Update

In January, trees were removed along the Prairie Path between Rockwell Street and Batavia Road to prepare for the filling and realignment of the path. New trees will be planted along the path once the project is complete. The path will be approximately 35 feet closer to Route 56, but at least 50 feet from the pavement. The Trailhead Project concept is displayed below and more information is available online at > Our Community > Construction Projects > City Projects > Trailhead Project.

Conceptual drawing of Trailhead project

Census 2020 Updates

The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring for the upcoming 2020 Census. Go to to learn about job opportunities in the Warrenville area and to apply. Many Census-related events are planned by the Warrenville Public Library and local partner organizations. For partnership opportunities and outreach ideas for your organization, contact Senior Planner Natalia Domovessova at or call (630) 836-3030.

US Census 2020
Ride DuPage logo

The City is offering Ride DuPage as a transportation service program for registered seniors, age 60 and over, and disabled residents with an RTA reduced fare card.  
This program is administered by Pace Suburban Bus, a transportation agency, which has provided transportation service for more than 30 years. The curb-to-curb service is offered 24-hours a day, seven days a week, including weekends and holidays. Riders can travel anywhere throughout DuPage County, for any reason, including personal visits, shopping trips, medical appointments, or just getting to and from work. 
Trips must be scheduled a minimum of 24-hours in advance, and may be scheduled as early as seven days ahead of time. Ride DuPage is a cash-only service and the cost per ride one-way, is $2.00, plus $1.00 per mile (rounded to the nearest half mile). 

The ACORN van program will officially end April 10, 2020.

Residents who currently participate in the ACORN van program will be automatically registered for Ride DuPage. Additional information about this program is available on the City’s website at
If you have questions about the Ride DuPage program or how to register, please contact Diana Herrera at or call (630) 836-3050. 


For the past few years, Warrenville’s Tourism and Arts Commission has been given a budget allotment from funds raised by the City’s Hotel Tax for the purchase and installation of artwork on the City’s public properties. The latest purchase, a seven-foot high stainless steel sculpture, commissioned especially for Warrenville by artist Matthew Placzek, was recently installed on the grounds of the Warrenville Police Department near the corner of Tracy Place and Warrenville Road. This sculpture features a wall of laser-cut words taken from the Police Department’s Mission Statement, with the silhouettes of an officer and a young child stepping out of that wall into the community. Warrenville’s Public Works Department, was key in preparing this site for the installation, as well as in helping with the installation itself. Spring/Summer will see further landscaping of the site, and an announcement will be made later this summer when the sculpture is dedicated. The rock with the plaque commemorating the site of the former Holmes School, was moved to accommodate the new sculpture, and will be relocated closer to the entrance to the Police Department. Please check out the new sculpture when you are in the neighborhood! 

Stainless steel sculpture featuring a wall of laser-cut words taken from the Police Department's mission statement, with the silhouettes of an officer and a young child stepping out of that wall into the community.
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