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Purchase tickets Online for $30. We hope to feature a number of craft beers from microbreweries locally and internationally known. The proceeds from this event benefit the Itasca Food Pantry, Walk-In Ministry and Friends of Springbrook .
There will be some hard cider tastings also. Price includes: Responsibly Limitless Tastings & Tasting glass. Designated drivers are free!! Must be 21 to attend or purchase tickets. Tickets, if available, $40 at the door
Monday October 31, Halloween "Trick or Treat" hours are 3 - 8pm.
When cleaning the sanitary main there is a possibility of the water being sucked out of your toilets or splashing to occur. This is normal, and unfortunately, there is no way to forecast when or if it will occur. See additional info for Map
The program should take approximately a month. During the program we would ask you to make sure your toilet lids are closed to minimize any messes. If you have any questions please contact Public Works at 630-773-2455. We apologize for any inconvenience...Read on...
Scam Alert: ComEd has seen an increase in reports of individuals calling ComEd customers and falsely claiming their electric service willbe disconnected unless payment is made.
These impersonators instruct customers to buy a prepaid credit card and call back to a different phone number with the personal identification number(PIN) or other personal information. They also use a tactic called “Caller ID spoofing” to manipulatethe...Read on...
The project consists of spot curb and sidewalk replacement, patching, grinding, replacing the asphalt surface, and pavement markings. There are no planned road closures. Work is expected to be completed by mid October. Use caution in these areas.
Below is the list of streets impacted by the work:
ResurfacingBaker Dr From Irving Park Road To Dead EndWillow St From Irving Park Rd To Metra Lot Division from Catalpa to WillowWalnut St From Division St To North St Washington from Parkside...Read on...
August marks the return to school and school busses, motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists will return to our neighborhood streets in and around our schools. It is also a perfect time to get reacquainted with back to school safety information.
The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) will begin a resurfacing project on Irving Park Road (Rt.19) starting on August 15 and ending November 30. The project limits are from Baker Avenue to Emerson Avenue.
The project will consist of spot curb & sidewalk replacement, asphalt patching, grinding the old asphalt surface, and replacing with new asphalt, and pavement markings. There are no plans to closed the roadway however as with all pavement maintenance...Read on...