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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...
Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s administration announced new rules for restaurants and bars statewide to prevent the spread of COVID-19, citing a need for additional steps as cases have increased. These latest guidelines require patrons to wear a mask duri...
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 Village of Itasca is looking for the right combination of talent and experience to lead the Wastewater Treatment Plant in the Public Works Department in accordance with Village, State and Federal policies, ordinances, regulations and laws.
Participation in the Census is critically important to our community, since the census data directly impacts local funding, electoral representation, and local decisions for the next 10 years.
The U.S. Census is in its final weeks of data collection, with both field data collection and self-response to end by September 30. This is our last chance to make sure our community is counted until 2030! If you have not yet completed the Census, we urge...
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The latest edition of the Village’s quarterly newsletter has just been delivered to homes. In this edition, you will find information on:
Help shape Itasca's future by responding to the census today.
Getting an accurate and complete count of Itasca’s population is critically important to our future, as it affects the amount of funding we receive for health, education, housing, and infrastructure programs. As of August 4th, 75.8% of Itasca&am...
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 December 31, 2020.
I want to update you on the status of Starbucks in Itasca. The store was run by Starbucks corporate who leases the location. We are very disappointed that Starbucks made the decision to abandon downtown Itasca
It is important to point out that, over the last year, Starbuckscorporate representatives failed to respond to multiple requests from theVillage for information. Only after a local Starbucks employee began providingnotice to residents of the impendi...
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,
On October 7, 2020 at 7 p.m. the Itasca Plan Commission is scheduled to open the public hearing on an application for a proposed planned unit development to convert approximately 34 acres of the Itasca Country Club property to a data center.
The Meeting will take place at Itasca Village Hall, 550 West Irving Park Road. Access to Village Hall will be limited to comply with State of Illinois Covid-19 restrictions on gatherings. The public is encouraged to stream the hearing live on-line through...
On September 16, 2020, the Itasca Plan Commission approved new protocols for conducting large scale public hearings during COVID.
Please click here to learn about the new protocols.
On August 14, 2020 the Itasca Country Club (ICC) submitted an application for a proposed planned unit development to convert approximately 34 acres of the club’s property to a two-story data center.
To help ensure that all residents, businesses or other parties interested in this matter are kept informed as we move through the review and public comment process for this case, the Village has established a dedicated page to provide updates as it progre...