By Executive Order issued April 30, 2020, Governor Pritzker has extended the stay at home order until May 31st. Under this order and beginning May 1, 2020, the wearing of a face covering shall be required by any individual over the age of two and able to medically tolerate a face-covering when in a public place and unable to maintain a six-foot social distance. To Learn more about the use of cloth face coverings, some of which do not require sewing, by visiting the CDC’s website.
Retail stores not designated as Essential Businesses and Operations may re-open for the limited purposes of fulfilling telephone and online order through pick-up outside the store and delivery. Employees must follow social distancing requirements and wear a face covering when they may come within six feet of another employee.
Learn more about the provisions of the Executive Order and the Stay at Home Orders.
Essential activities exempted from the stay at home order include:
For health and safety: seeking emergency services, obtaining medical supplies or medication or visiting a health care professional
For necessary supplies and services: obtaining groceries and food, household consumer products, supplies they need to work from home, and products necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences
For outdoor activity: walking, hiking, running or biking - including going to public parks and open outdoor recreation areas. Playgrounds remain closed.
For certain types of work: Providing essential products and services at Essential Businesses or Operations or otherwise carrying out activities specifically permitted in the order, including Minimum Basic Operations
To take care of others: Caring for or transporting a family member, friend or pet in another household
Online Village Services
The Village’s online Report a Concern feature has several categories of service requests available to residents or businesses needing assistance. If you need assistance with submitting a online request, processing a mailed or online payment, please contact staff at (630) 271-4100.
Stay informed regarding the latest developments by ensuring that you have subscribed to Village information services through CodeRed and website News Flashes or visit Village social media accounts.
Refuse, Recycling and Yard Waste Services
Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), the Village’s contracted provider for residential refuse, recycling and yard waste pickup continues to provide services on Wednesday. Collections of bulk items, white goods (appliances) and e-waste have been temporarily suspended. Loose material and bulk items such as mattresses, furniture, appliances, electronic waste or other large items will not be collected for the safety of staff and residents.
Support for Local Businesses - Business Resources
Individuals are encouraged to support local businesses and restaurants during the pandemic. Drive through, curbside pickup, delivery and online services remain available. Many delivery services offer a no contact option for leaving an order at your door to collect at your convenience. Several Lisle restaurants are also offering delivery of beer and wine along with meal options.
Resources for businesses responding to the impacts of the pandemic.
Financial, Food & Additional Assistance
The State of Illinois has provided information on financial support, such as unemployment insurance, utility relief, Medicaid waivers or taxpayer information please visit the State of Illinois Coronavirus Response site for more information.
The Illinois Department of Human of Human Services (IDHS) also offers several programs for those in need of assistance. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Benefits (SNAP), Public Housing, Unemployment Benefits, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid and Supplemental Social Security. For information on these and other programs please visit IDHS’s website.
Additional resources to help manage financial difficulties.
Locate food pantries offering emergency food allocations and volunteer opportunities.
Information on additional food and financial assistance can be obtained from the DuPage County Department of Community Services at (630) 407-6500 for information on other government and social service programs.