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Posted on: December 19, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Village Office Hours and Refuse Holiday Schedule

The Village of Itasca hopes you have a safe and happy holiday season. Please find the Village's holiday schedule and seasonal reminders below.

Village Offices Closed

Village offices will be closed on Friday, Dec. 23rd and Monday, Dec. 26th for the holidays. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, Dec. 27th for regular hours, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Offices will also be closed on Monday, Jan. 2nd, 2023, in recognition of New Year's Day. 

Refuse Pick Up Holiday Schedule

Garbage and recycling collection will be delayed by one day the weeks of December 25th and January 1st. Refuse will be picked up on:

  • Tuesday, December 27th
  • Tuesday, January 3rd

Itasca Police Department Suspends Parking Enforcement for Holidays

As a courtesy to residents and their overnight guests, overnight parking restrictions will not be enforced from Thursday, December 22nd, until Monday, January 2nd. However, we ask residents to continue to observe no parking near fire hydrants or after 2" of snowfall. 

Adopt a Fire Hydrant this Winter

As the winter season approaches and the possibility of snow increases, please remember to shovel your walkways and around your local hydrants! This makes it easier for firefighters to find and access a hydrant in a fire emergency. Remember, in an emergency, every second counts. You can do several things to help keep the fire hydrant near your home in working order and ready for emergency use. 

  • Throw snow in a direction away from the fire hydrant. 
  • If snow accumulates around the hydrant, shovel a path around the hydrant. 
  • For visibility, keep the snow level below the top of the hydrant. 
  • If the hydrant has water or ice coming from one of the hose connections, notify Public Works immediately, as it is a sign the fire hydrant is leaking. If not corrected, the cold weather will turn the hydrant into an ice cube, making it useless to everyone. 

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