On Monday, May 4, 2020, Mayor Christopher Pecak issued an Executive Order establishing steps by which Village of Lisle buildings will open to the public. While the public is encouraged to continue conducting business with the Village via the internet, email and phone, beginning Monday, May 18, 2020, the Village Hall, Public Works and Police buildings’ service counters will be open to the public by appointment-only for consultation. Individuals can make an appointment by calling (630) 271-4100 or completing an online request form.
The order also addresses upcoming public meetings that, subject to protocols to ensure the safety of the public, Village officials, and employees, will be open to in-person attendance by members of the public. This includes the May 18, 2020 and June 1, 2020 Regular Village Board and Committee of the Whole Meetings, the May 20, 2020 Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting and Public Hearings and May 21, 2020 Transportation Advisory Commission meeting planned to be held in the Village Board Room. No more than 10 individuals at a time will be allowed in the Village Board Room for these meetings. Face-covering and strict adherence to social distancing will also be required.
Starting at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, June 1, 2020, Lisle Village Hall, Public Works and Police buildings’ service counters will be open for walk-in services contingent upon the following of required safety measures. Hand sanitizer, signage notifying the public of the requirements related to social distancing, face coverings, and occupancy restrictions will be posted.