Information on Utilities:
Water & Sewer
Village of Glendale Heights
300 Civic Center Plaza
Glendale Heights, IL 60139 630.260.6010
The Water Billing Division is open during regular business hours.
To establish water service, a water deposit application including a $75.00 deposit is required. Water Deposit Applications for rental properties require the signature of the owner.
To reach the Water Billing Division,
please call us at 630.260.6010, or email us by clicking here,
or visit our Water Billing page for more information.
Commonwealth Edison Company
1N432 Swift Road
Lombard, IL 60148
Area Headquarters - 1.800.334.7661
Requests for service turn-on or turnoffs,
billing or credit - 1.800.334.7661
For location of buried pipe: Call Julie at 1.800.892.0123
Comcast Cable Services (cable, internet & phone)
Customer Service: 1.866.594.1234
WideOpenWest Cable Services
(cable, internet & phone)
Customer Service: 1.866.496.9669
AT&T U-verse (cable, internet & phone)
Customer Service: 1.800.288.2020
Solid Waste and Recycling
7:00 am – 5:00 pm; Monday- Friday
8:00 am – 12:00 noon; Saturday
Billing: Quarterly Invoice
New (single and multi-family) residents must establish an account with Republic Services to obtain service. Your service includes the use of a covered, wheeled Refuse and Recycling cart. The carts are the property of Republic Services. Lost, damaged or stolen carts will be replaced at no cost.
Refuse must be placed on the curb prior to 7:00 am on your scheduled pickup day, in accordance to Village Ordinance.
- Address on, or west of Bloomingdale Road – Thursday Collection
- Address east of Bloomingdale Road – Friday Collection
When your scheduled collection day occurs on, or after, one of the six following holidays, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, your collection will be delayed by one day.
Yard Waste Collections
(April 1 – November 30)
Yard waste is collected during regularly scheduled curbside pickup days for single-family homeowners from April 1st through November 30th. All yard waste must be placed in either biodegradable paper bags or in cans clearly labeled “Yard Waste Only.” Biodegradable paper bags and can must not exceed 32 gallons in size and 50 pounds in weight. Brush must be in bundles not exceeding 4 feet in length, 2 feet in diameter and 50 pounds in weight.
Appliance & Other Bulk Items
Please call Republic Services to make pick-up arrangements for appliances and furniture from the curbside. Some stoves and refrigerators are extremely bulky or overweight and may contain CFC gases, capacitors, and other components that are hazardous to the environment. These items will need to be picked-up through Special Collections; fee applies.
Items Not Accepted at the Curbside
Construction and demolition debris which will not fit in a container, and is of excessive weight will not be collected at the curbside. Please make arrangements (at least one day before a scheduled pickup) with Republic Services; fee applies.
Visit the Glendale Heights Green pages for recycling drop-off facilities of items not accepted at the curbside
The following highlights a number of important ordinances which the Village residents have a responsibility to observe, and which play an important role in maintaining the quality of life within the Village.