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Neighborhood Watch Meeting
Join the Glendale Heights Police Department at Reskin Elementary School, 1555 Ardmore Avenue in Glendale Heights, on Thursday, May 29, 2019 at 7:30pm for the next Neighborhood Watch meeting to discuss crime statistics and address local concerns. For questions or more information, please contact Tanya Macko, Community Outreach Specialist at 630.909.5459

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Glendale Heights Police offers Junior Police Academy
Kids 11-14 can come join us from June 17-21 from 8:00am-4:00pm each day for the Junior Police Academy. The cost of this week long camp is $85 for residents and $105 for non residents. Junior Police Academy "Cadets" will learn what it takes to become a police officer from such as Testing to become a Police Officer, Expert Marksmen, The Traffic Stop, "CSI" Crime Scene Investigator, and Bike Patrol. For more information, please download our flyer or call Officer Michelle Cahill at 630.909.5466 or Maureen Pope 630.909.5407 with any questions. Sign up at the Glendale Heights Police Department.

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Glendale Heights Police offering Safety Town Classes
Safety Town classes (5-7 year olds) are one week summer camps where kids learn how to stay safe in their homes, at school, and throughout the community. This interactive program offers children classroom segments, guest presenters, and hands on experience on the streets of the specially designed, child-sized Safety Town. Some Safety topics covered are pedestrian, stranger danger, bicycle, fire, poison, and bus. Classes are from June 10-June 14 or June 24-June 28. Cost is $15 for residents or $30 for non-residents. For more information, call 630-909-5459 or download our flyer. Register at the Police Department.

Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Transition Plan
The Village of Glendale Heights has an expansive pedestrian system that links neighborhoods, schools, recreational resources, government facilities, retail centers and business establishments. Pedestrian accessibility provides benefits not only for people with disabilities, but for the community at large. In an effort to continuously improve the pedestrian system, the Village of Glendale Heights has prepared, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Transition Plan. The Village of Glendale Heights invites the public to comment and provide input to the Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Transition Plan until July 2019. Please direct comments or concerns to Michael S. Marron, ADA Coordinator, 300 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights, Illinois 60139 at 630.260.6000 or via email at mmarron@glendaleheights.org.

North Ave Construction: Expect delays and take alternate routes
On Monday, April 22nd, construction will begin on the resurfacing project for North Avenue between Gary Ave and IL-53. The project will include road patching, curb and gutter, ADA and sidewalk improvements, and an asphalt surface on North Avenue. The construction may take place during the day or at night so please use extreme caution in these sections. The construction is expected to last for much of the summer, and commuters are advised to seek alternative routes and expect major delays in these construction areas. Please note: This is an IDOT Project and is NOT being overseen by the Village. The general contractor for the project is RW Dunteman Co from Addison, IL. The project is being overseen by Mr. Orrin James, IDOT Resident Engineer. He can be contacted at 708-741-7578 or orrin.james@illinois.gov.