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Village of Lisle News - July 7, 2017

Downtown Lisle Train Station Maintenance Work 

The Downtown Lisle Train Station tunnel and both shelters will be closed for painting from Monday, July 17 through Friday, July 21. Please use the pedestrian tunnel adjacent to the east side of Main Street to access both sides of the tracks during this time. This site will not serve as a Cooling Center while being painted. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this work. To access a list of Cooling Centers, click here.  

Greek Food

Lisle Welcomes New Restaurant, "Apolis Greek Street Food"  

Spice up your meals by visiting the newly opened Apolis Greek Street Food! Get a taste of tradition and the mouth-watering flavors of Greece right here in Lisle! The Apolis team has made it easy for you to enjoy authentic, fresh Greek food. Choose Your Style, Pick Your Protein, Select Toppings, Sauces and Dressings. Located at 1109 Maple Avenue. For more infomation, click here

Decorated Pink Cake

Lisle Welcomes "The Sweet Spot Bakery"

Welcome new Lisle bakery, The Sweet Spot,which is home to delicious, made-from-scratch creatively designed cakes, pies, pastries, even custom children's character cakes (Mickey Mouse, etc.) and image cakes (surprise your special someones with their image or favorite picture on a cake)! College Square Shopping Center (6470 College Road). (630) 357-1144. For more information, click here

Blend Storefront

Downtown Lisle Biz "Blend" Celebrates Five Year Anniversary, Doubles in Size 

Meet Cynthia Sally, owner of Blend. During the past five years, she has earned continuous support from the community and has now moved to a new Downtown Lisle location, doubling in size and adding more services. Learn what factors contributed to her success by watching a brief video by clicking here.  Blend's new location is 1111 Burlington Ave, #103, in Downtown Lisle. BIZ THRIVE IN LISLE! Shouldn't yours? Contact Economic Development Coordinator Pete Kelly at (630)271-4121 or to learn more. 

Police Patch

Don't "Open the Door" for Criminals 

Lisle Police remind residents that even though summer is a time for relaxing, it's often a time when more criminal activity occurs. Don't "open the door" to criminals. Always keep your vehicles locked, even if they are in your own driveway. Hide or remove valuables such as cell phones, electronic devices and packages, never leave the keys in the car or allow the vehicle to run unattended. Criminals look for the easy steal, don't help them!

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Lisle Library Seeks Your Feedback

To help the Library plan for its future, please take a time to complete the Community Engagement Survey which can be accessed by clicking here. Your feedback and vision will help create a bright future for the Lisle Library.  

Upcoming Village Meetings

Unless otherwise noted, all meeting are held at Lisle Village Hall
925 Burlington Ave

Village Board Meeting
Monday, July 10, 2017
7 p.m.

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