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  • Welcome to the Village of Glendale Heights
  • Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Saturday, April 1 from 8:30 am to 11:00 am at the Center for Senior Citizens.
  • There is no parking allowed on any Village street for 24 hours after a snowfall of 2 inch or more and there is no parking allowed on any Village street for 72 hours after a snowfall of 5 inch or more.
  • The 2022 State of the Village Address is now available. A short recap video is available on our social media and a full detailed breakdown is available in the March/April Village Newsletter.
  • Join the Mayor and Village Board for Coffee on the first Saturday of each month between 10:00am to Noon at the Center for Senior Citizens
  • Did you know residents can recycle electronics curbside for no additional charge? Find out more on our Refuse and Recycling page!
  • Book your event at a Village facility today! From weddings to showers to meetings, we have space available! Contact the Sports Hub, Center for Senior Citizens or Glendale Lakes Golf Club!
  • The Village is now hiring for a variety of part-time and full-time positions!
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Blood Drive
SAVE THE DATE for the upcoming blood drive, in partnership with State Representative Diane Blair-Sherlock. By you donating just one pint of blood, you can save up to three lives! Please donate if you are able.

The blood drive will be held in the Police Department Training Room on April 6 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. Appointments are encouraged!

Click here to schedule an appointment on Versiti's website, or contact Tanya Macko in the Police Department by phone at 630.909.5459 or by email to schedule your preferred donation time.

Local Consolidated Election - April 4
The local consolidated election is Tuesday, April 4, 2023. For more information including early voting, polling places, and voter lookup tools, please click the following link.

Safety Town Easter Egg Hunt - SOLD OUT!
On Saturday, April 1st, Peter Cottontail will make a visit to Safety Town, located at 301 Civic Center Plaza. He will be dropping off an egg-normous supply of treat-filled Easter eggs for children up to 8 years old. This year, the event requires pre-registration and all kids must sign up for an available time slot. Adult assistance required - only 1 adult allowed per family. For additional information, contact Tanya Macko at 630.909.5459.

Community Survey Results
As part of the Village's Strategic Plan through the Northern Illinois University's Center for Governmental Studies, a community survey was conducted to select residents throughout Glendale Heights. This survey will be one of several tools used to help guide the Village in areas of improvement and attention as we stand true to our motto of being "A Proud and Progressive Village for All People." Click "More" to view and download the results of the survey.

Village Parking Restrictions
The Police Department would like to remind residents of the parking regulations within the Village during snowfall.
  • There is no parking allowed on Village streets designated as a snow route for 24 hours after a snowfall of 1" or more
  • There is no parking allowed on any Village street for 24 hours after a snowfall of 2" or more
  • There is no parking allowed on any Village street for 72 hours after a snowfall of 5" or more.
Additionally, please remember not to shovel or snow blow snow onto the streets. If you have any questions regarding winter parking restrictions, please contact the Glendale Heights Police Department’s non-emergency number at 630.260.6070.

Our Mission

The Village of Glendale Heights strives to improve the quality of life for all its residents and commits to serve, protect and provide a high standard of services and programs through the cooperative efforts of its residents, businesses, employees and elected officials.