2019 September Hometown Happenings

The September 2019 edition of the Hometown Happenings is now available online.

Refuse Pick-up Delayed Due to Holiday

Due to the Labor Day holiday, City refuse, yard waste, and recycling pick-up will be delayed by one day during that holiday week.

Please call (630) 836-3050 if you any questions or click the link for additional information:

School Zone

School Zones are in effect from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on school days when children are present. Warrenville officers will be conducting a traffic safety initiative in School Zones now through September 10th, enforcing these traffic laws.

Additional information on dates and locations, and links to each law can be found on the City website at: www.warrenville.il.us>Departments>Police>Patrol or click the link below:

Hotel Tax Grant

Warrenville offers a grant program to promote tourism. With funding for events, tourism, arts, and capital projects. It is made possible through the Hotel Tax Funds and the Tourism and Arts Commission administers the program. If you are interested in applying for a fiscal year 2021 (May 1, 2020 - April 30, 2021) grant, submit a completed application by Monday, September 9 at 5:00 p.m.

Applications are available online at www.warrenville.il.us under Forms and Documents. If you have questions, please contact Assistant City Administrator Cristina White at 630-836-3025 or cwhite@warrenville.il.us  

September 11th Remembrance

September 11th Remembrance

The Warrenville Fire Protection District invites all members and the citizens they protect to observe a moment of silence at Warrenville Fire Station 1 at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

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Art on the Prairie

Ride DuPage Transportation Program

Quality of life for Warrenville residents is impacted by a variety of factors, one of them being access to transportation. It is especially important for residents 65 and older and residents with disabilities. In an ongoing effort to evaluate the services offered to these residents, the City launched a one-year pilot program with Ride DuPage, which began on April 25, 2019. Ride DuPage offers transportation services to seniors and individuals with disabilities, age 16 and over. This pilot program is in partnership with the City of West Chicago and Winfield Township. The City’s A.C.O.R.N. van program will continue to operate during this time. The purpose of running both programs simultaneously is to gather data that will assist the City in determining the appropriate level of service and cost-effectiveness of the programs. 

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