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Posted on: March 16, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Village Offices and Parks Closed to the Public

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In response to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the Illinois Department of Public Health regarding effective strategies to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Village of Lisle closed all municipal buildings to the public as of March 17.  Critical operations, including services provided by Police and Public Works will not be impacted. Please direct all non-emergency Police calls to 630-271-4200.  Non-emergency Police concerns may be submitted by selecting Citizen Reporting.

The closure of municipal facilities will take place until May 18th, at that time the Village will begin the reopening of public building in phases.  

The playground, splash pad and all equipment, at Dragonfly Landing at PrairieWalk Pond remains closed. 

Essential municipal administrative services continue to be offered in a limited capacity by phone (630-271-4100) and email. The Village has staff assigned to keep communication channels open during the closure. Minor modifications to public safety services have been made.

Plans are in place for water, sewer and public safety services to continue without disruption. Non-emergency staff will be available during regular business hours to assist residents by phone, email or by appointment as appropriate. As of now, refuse and recycling collection by Lakeshore Recycling Systems will continue on schedule. 

Maintaining 6-feet social distancing remains important to slowing the spread of COVID-19. As advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), wearing a simple cloth face covering in public settings (grocery stores, pharmacies, etc.) helps to prevent the spread of the virus. This also helps people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. To learn more about recommendations regarding the use of cloth face coverings, visit the CDC’s website.

As always, the Village’s top priority is to promote the health and safety of our residents, businesses, employees and community. 

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