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Mayor Pruyn has suspended all late fees and fines for all utility bills, registrations and licenses to provide financial relief to both the residents and businesses of Itasca during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The Village of Itasca is a member of...
We at Zagster are taking precautions to ensure that we are keeping you safe in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. At this time, we have made the difficult decision to suspend all rentals
Dear Village of Itasca, As a nation, a state, and a village, we face an unprecedented event in our lifetimes. The concern you have is shared by your neighbors and friends, your co-workers, and every person in Itasca.
While no one knows how long this will last, there will be a day when we emerge from this crisis stronger as a people.
It is perfectly normal to be concerned. Know that here in Itasca your community leaders are doing everything in their power to make good d...
With the continued concern related to COVID-19 the Itasca Fire Protection District would like to share some information with you. Slight changes have been made to the way we operate that will not impact how we serve our community
nor will it delay the speed of emergency medical care to those in need. If you call 911 for an ambulance, the call takers might ask you additional questions to see if you have any flu like symptoms. If you do report flu like symptoms, our dispatc...
March 30, DuPage County released a dashboard that provides information on the total number of people in DuPage County, who have tested positive for COVID-19.
The dashboard includes a map, which shows the distribution of reported cases by municipality and will be updated by the county at 4:00 p.m. daily.
Whilethe map indicates that the Village of Itasca currently has 2 confirmed cases ofC...
The Village is postponing yard waste collection as well as bulk item pick up until further notice. Regular rubbish and recycling collection will continue as scheduled.
Metra will begin an 11-week project to rehabilitate the platforms at the Itasca train station on the Milwaukee District West Line. The project is scheduled to start Saturday April 4.
Metra passengers are advised that work will be phased so that at least one half of each platform will be available to passengers throughout the project.
On Saturday April 4, the inbound and outbound platforms from Walnut Street to the mid-platfor...
SBA Loans and Mayor Pruyn suspends Late Fees & Fines
Mayor Pruyn has suspended all late fees and fines for all utility bills, registrations and licenses to provide financial relief to both the residents and businesses of Itasca during the COVID-19 public health emergency,
This afternoon, the Governor ordered Illinoisans to stay at home. The safety of our community is in all of our hands. It is our responsibility to rise to the occasion.
While this will not be easy, we must do all we can to stop the spread of the Coronavirus. We must prevent our healthcare system from becoming overwhelmed, protect our first responders from unnecessary risk, and provide for our defense against this pandemi...
March 19, I signed an official Declaration of Emergency for the Village of Itasca to aid in our response to the Coronavirus. Let me be clear, the Village remains open and operational. Village services remain operational, though some in a limited capacity
Protecting your safety and the safety of our Village residents is our first priority.
This is not a step I take lightly. It is my duty as your mayor to ensure that your local government is doing everything it can to respond to this crisis in a coordinated ...
There is nothing more important than the health and safety of our family, friends, coworkers and community. Village leaders are continually monitoring and updating policies and procedures to minimize our community’s exposure to COVID-19.
The Village of Itasca is committed to assisting county, state and federal agencies as we work together prepare and prevent the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
While the Centers for Disease Control recommends to clean surfaces with disinfecting wipes to reduce the spread of COVID-19, it is important to discard those items in the trash, not the toilet.
Flushing wipes, paper towels and similar products down toilets will clog sewers and cause backups and overflows at wastewater treatment facilities, creating an additional public health risk in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Even wipes labeled &...
Nicor Gas will be replacing their old steel mains and services with high strength plastic. The Village is split into two projects, North and South of the railroad track tracks. The South side is to begin on Sept. 9 and take 16-18 weeks to complete.
Nicor has notified the impacted customers/residents in the South portion of the project by mail.
The majority of the project will utilize directional boring technology. No road closures are anticipated. Public Works and Engineering will work clos...