December 2019 Hometown Happenings Newsletter

The December 2019 edition of the Hometown Happenings Newsletter is now available online. Click the link below for the full newsletter:

Census 2020

Warrenville Kicks Off The 2020 Census Awareness

The City recently created the Warrenville Complete Count Committee (CCC), comprised of local community leaders representing local faith-based and non-profit organizations, residents, the City, and staff from the park, library, and school districts. The first CCC meeting was held on November 13th.
The goal of the CCC is to facilitate community outreach and education about the upcoming 2020 US Census to ensure the accurate count of all residents in Warrenville. The census count affects allocation of funding for community public resources (i.e., roads, schools), representation at the city, state and federal level, and business investment in the community.
The CCC will meet again December 4th, to discuss and finalize the outreach and education action plan. Implementation of the action plan will begin in early 2020. Learn more about the importance of the 2020 US Census and how to participate at Contact Senior Planner Natalia Domovessova at 630- 836-3030 for more information on the CCC or partnership opportunities. 

2019 HollyDays
Mail Box Damage From Snow Plows

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: and select Departments > Public Works > Street Division > Mailbox Replacement. Contact the Public Works Department at (630) 393-9050 with questions.

City Dog Tags

City Dog Tags

2020 dog tags are now available for purchase at City Hall or at the Police Department.

City Dog tag license fees:
       $4.00 neutered dog
       $8.00 non-neutered dog

For residents age 65 and older, there is no fee for a neutered dog; $4.00 for a non-neutered dog

Guide Dogs for the vision or hearing impaired: No fee

For more information, call City Hall at (630) 393-9427 or Police Animal Control Officer Perry at (630) 393- 2131. 

Discarded Christmas Tree Pickup

Waste Management will pick up discarded Christmas trees during the first two weeks in January 2020, without stickers on the regular pickup day.

AFTER the second week in January 2020, 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. Contact the Public Works Department at (630) 393-9050 with questions.

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