Village Response To COVID-19 

Protecting the health and safety of the people, visitors, and businesses in Itasca is our first priority. As we move through these uncertain times, the Village has updated its policies to follow state and federal guidance, taking proactive measures to help limit the spread of the Coronavirus.

The impact on daily life is a challenge everyone faces. Together, everyone can help protect neighbors and limit the destructive impact of this global pandemic.

  1. A Bridge to Phase 5 & Vaccination Update

    Governor J.B. Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Public Health announced a metrics-based, vaccination-informed framework for Illinois to advance to Phase 5 of the state’s Restore Illinois Plan. Read on...
  2. Itasca Moves to Phase 4 of Restore Illinois Plan

    The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has announced that due to decreased COVID-19 positivity rates, Region 8, including Itasca, has left the tiered resurgence mitigations and has moved to Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan. Read on...
  3. IL Eases Covid Restrictions in Itasca

    Yesterday, Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced that Region 8 (DuPage and Kane) moved into Tier 1 effective January 26, 2021. Read on...
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In response to the governor’s disaster proclamation on March 9, many communities and counties across Illinois issued their own emergency declarations.

On March 17, the Village Board approved Ordinance 1936-20 granting the Mayor temporary executive powers to respond to the COVID-19 epidemic. In line with the powers granted to him, Mayor Pruyn declared a State of Emergency (PDF) on March 18. Understanding that the pandemic has caused unprecedented fiscal harm to residents and businesses, Mayor Pruyn issued several executive orders aimed at alleviating financial pressures and code regulations on residents and businesses alike. Each of the below orders are reviewed and ratified by Resolution by the Board of Trustees, who are working diligently on maintaining the health and vitality of our community.

State of Emergency Orders

Executive Orders

Resolutions & Ordinances