January Newsletter

City Hall and Police Department Lobby Closed

In observance of the upcoming holiday, City Hall offices, and the Police Department Front Desk and Records Division will be closed on December 31, 2018 and January 1, 2019. 

For emergency assistance, please use the red phone located in the Police Department vestibule, or call 9-1-1.

No Street Parking After 2" Snowfall

City Code 5-3-9 states: No vehicle shall be parked on any street, roadway, or roadway shoulder: 1) for a period of twenty four (24) hours after the accumulation of two inches (2") or more of snow; or 2) until the street or roadway has been cleared of snow.

The Police Department assists the Street Division during any snowfall event that produces two inches of snow or more by enforcing the City's parking ban on streets. The City Code is in place to keep the streets clear for snowplows to efficiently and safely remove snow curb to curb. While the Police Department does not have control over when snowfall will be removed from City streets, it is empowered to ticket and tow vehicles in violation. Towing of vehicles is predicated on various factors, which include the length of time the vehicle was illegally parked and the type of hazard it presents.  

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Discarded Christmas Tree Pick Up

For residents with City refuse service, Waste Management will pick up discarded Christmas trees during the first two weeks in January 2019, without stickers on your regular pick up day. 
AFTER the second week in January 2019, all trees will be taken as trash and must have a sticker attached. Trees longer than 6 feet in length must be cut in half.

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Mail box damage

Mail Box Damage From Snow Plows?

The City’s Public Works crews work diligently to remove snow from roadways in a timely manner. Sometimes the snow is so heavy when it comes off the plow, it can damage free standing mailboxes. 

The City will consider claims for reimbursement of mailbox damage by a City snowplow. Claims must be submitted within 30 days of the damage. To download a claim form go to: www.warrenville.il.us and select Departments > Public Works > Street Division > Mailbox Replacement. Contact the Public Works Department at (630) 393-9050 with questions.

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