July 2019 Hometown Happenings Newsletter

The July edition of the Hometown Happenings Newsletter is now available online. Click the following link for the full newsletter:

Water and Sewer Rates to Increase

Beginning with water and sewer bills issued in July 2019, the City’s water and sewer rates will increase by 5%. The bi-monthly water base rate will go from $10.04 to $10.54, while the commodity charges, or the amount paid for water usage, will increase from $1.54 to $1.62 per 1,000 gallons of metered water used. The bi-monthly sewer base rate will go from $24.07 to $25.27, while the commodity charges, or the amount paid for sewer system usage, will increase from $3.12 to $3.27 per 1,000 gallons of metered water used. Sewer-only customers will see their bi-monthly bill increase from $68.91 to $72.36. Please call 630-393-5753 with any questions about your water and sewer bill.

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Concerts on the Commons

Concert on the Commons

July 03 - No Concert
July 10 - The Four C Notes
July 17 - Wild Daisy

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Independence Day Celebration

Mosquito Abatement Program

In 2019, the City implemented a Mosquito Abatement Program limited to the application of larvicide in City storm sewer catch basins. The program was approved by the City Council in December 2018. Larviciding is an ecologically safe and preventative method used to interrupt the development of larvae or pupa into adult mosquitoes.

As of June 2019, Public Works staff has completed the application of larvicide to about half of the storm sewer catch basins in the community. Staff expects to complete the larviciding of all City storm sewer catch basins by the end of June. The larvicide products utilized by the City should be effective at neutralizing mosquitos until the fall. At this time, there are no plans to complete another round of larviciding of storm sewer catch basins during the 2019 mosquito season. Additional information about the City’s Mosquito

Abatement Program and ways to protect yourself from mosquitoes can be found here: https://www.warrenville.il.us/index.aspx?nid=691

Warrenville In Bloom

The Judges are Coming

On July 8 and 9, two America in Bloom judges are coming to evaluate our wonderful city. This involves touring approximately 80 percent of our town. You can help make our city presentable! Pick up litter on the streets, in parking lots, and wherever you see it.
Be sure the landscaping in your front yard is neat and tidy. If possible, include colorful flowers. Our city will be evaluated and judged with other cities of our size. Awards and results will be presented at the annual America in Bloom Symposium in St. Charles in October. Your help will be appreciated by the City and Warrenville in Bloom, the hosting group.
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Lunchtime Live!

Lunchtime Live!

Pack a lunch and join the fun!
The Park Districts new monthly concert seris for children is sure to have them movin' and groovin' this summer!

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Summer Daze
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