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  • Welcome to the Village of Glendale Heights
  • Get fit and join 'Team Glendale Heights' along with other communities during the month of September with the 'Move with the Mayor' challenge! Visit for info!
  • The next Coffee with the Mayor and Village Board is Saturday, October 3 from 10:00 am to noon at the Center for Senior Citizens! Note: There is no Coffee in September due to the Labor Day holiday.
  • For more information on the Coronavirus or COVID-19, please visit
  • 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!
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Street Sweeping Parking Restrictions
To enable an efficient and effective street sweeping schedule, parking on streets will be prohibited during the months of October and November, between 8:00am and 4:00pm on one specific day each week in each zone. Color coded "No Parking" signs have been posted throughout the Village. Due to COVID-19, there will be no citations issued for street sweeping parking restrictions for the month of May. All other parking restrictions remain in effect. To see which zone you are in, please refer to our Street Sweeping Zone Map.

National Night Out
This year, National Night Out will be celebrated on the 1st Tuesday in October by Law Enforcement Agencies across the United States. The Glendale Heights Police Department invites you and your family to join us at the Village Complex, 300 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights from 5:00pm to 7:00pm to show your support for crime & drug prevention. This free event is open to all residents and is meant to raise awareness about crime prevention in our community. The Glendale Heights Police Department has coordinated an evening of fun including The Magic of Brian Holt, emergency apparatus demonstrations by the Fire Protection Districts and more. Grilled hot dogs, drinks and snacks will be offered free of cost and served by Glendale Heights Police Officers and Village Officials. For more information, contact Community Outreach Specialist, Tanya Macko at 630.909.5459.

** Please note that all IDPH COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. ALL attendees MUST wear a mask or face covering at all times and are subject to health and temperature screenings before entering.

Glendale Heights Strong T-Shirts Available
Buy a Glendale Heights Strong T-Shirt for you or someone you love and support the Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce! T-Shirts are $20 and may be purchased through the Glendale Heights Chamber of Commerce website. Be sure to order early. Some color options have limited quantities. T-shirts are soft cotton/poly blend and run true to size. Showing your community support can bring a whole host of benefits to you and the people around you.

CodeRed Text Alerts
Sign up for CodeRed to receive text alerts for emergency information from the Glendale Heights Police Department. Text "glendalepd" to the number 99411 to instantly enroll in this program. Stay informed and aware on topics like missing children or people, criminal activity, various threats, severe weather updates and more!

Police Accepting Applications for Police Officer
The Glendale Heights Police Department is currently accepting applications for Police Officer. Applications must be received before 11:00pm on October 1, 2020. For details and requirements, please download an applications packet found on the Village's Human Resources web page.