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Mayor Pruyn has suspended all late fees and fines for all utility bills, registrations and licenses to provide financial relief to both the residents and businesses of Itasca during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The Village of Itasca is a member of...
DuPage County released a dashboard that provides information on the total number of people in DuPage County, who have tested positive for COVID-19. The dashboard includes a map, which shows the distribution of reported cases by municipality and ...
Governor J.B. Pritzker announces modified stay at home order will be extended through May.
Check out the community events that have been canceled and/or postponed.
Read the village’s Extension of Local Disaster Declaration (PDF).
Read the village’s State Of Emergency Declaration (PDF).
Read a letter from the Liquor Commissioner (PDF).
The Itasca Waterpark will be open July 6 – August 2. Patrons will have the opportunity to pre-purchase designated 1.5 hour public swim time slots online. Public Swim will be provided in daily time sessions with 50 patrons in three different pool sections.
Residents wishing to swim at the Itasca Waterpark will have to pre-register and pay $5 per person for the time slot they wish to swim. Registration will only be done online and residents must have an active household account. Non-residents to the Itasca P...
The Village of Itasca is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of part-time meter reader. This position is responsible for collecting meter readings from Village of Itasca residential and commercial properties.
The Village of Itasca regrets to announce the cancellation of all village-sponsored community events with more than 50 people through July 31, 2020.
After reviewing the Restore Illinois Plan released by Governor Pritzker on May 5, 2020, it is clear that our region will not be permitted to hold gatherings of more than 50 people for several more weeks, if not several months. Restore Illinois does not pe...
Itasca Village residents should be expecting $50 in "Itasca Bucks" in their mailboxes in the next couple of days to be used at participating Itasca local breweries and restaurants to discount your total bill. The program runs until July 31, 2020.
SBA Loans and Mayor Pruyn suspends Late Fees & Fines
Mayor Pruyn has suspended all late fees and fines for all utility bills, registrations and licenses to provide financial relief to both the residents and businesses of Itasca during the COVID-19 public health emergency,
The Arlington Heights Road Reconstruction project will complete the roadway improvements along Arlington Heights road from Ketter Drive to Pierce Road. The project is expected to be completed by June 30. Check this page for weekly updates.
The project has received Surface Transportation Program (STP) funding through the State of Illinois. The Arlington Heights Reconstruction project will consist of removing the existing roadway from Ketter Drive to Pierce Road and the construction of a new ...
Construction has started on the ComEd transmission line to serve the Raging Wire data storage site. The transmission line will provide the necessary power to run the data storage site. Construction should be completed by the end of July.
The transmission line will run from the ComEd Substation located on the south side of I-390 just east of Prospect Ave. The transmission line will be installed north across I-390 and to the west along North Thorndale Frontage Road to Prospect Avenue. The t...