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Archive | Streets

Detour Route for Union Pacific Northwest Metra Railroad Crossing from Walnut Ave to Ridge Ave, Arlington Heights

A temporary road closure is planned by Union Pacific at the railroad crossing on Walnut Avenue to Ridge Avenue in Arlington Heights from Monday, October 5 to October 19. The closure is necessary in order to ensure continued safety along the Metra Union Pacific Northwest line. Detour Route for Union Pacific Northwest Metra Railroad Crossing […]

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Driver on Pine Ave Crashes into Vehicle on Miner St in Recreation Park Neighborhood Where New Stop Signs Were Installed Nearby

Stop sign violation results in crash in Recreation Park neighborhood Arlington Heights. Arlington Heights police responded about 8:05 AM Tuesday to a property damage crash at Miner Street and Pine Avenue Arlington Heights, IL. The driver of a Jeep Cherokee admitted that she failed to stop at a stop sign and failed to yield to […]

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Dryden Place Neighborhood Near Kensington Rd Showing Warning Signs of Developing Urban Decay

The Village of Arlington Heights has a good record of regulating excellent properties in the village limits. That’s why it is surprising that properties along Dryden Place just north of Northwest Highway and especially north of Kensington Road appear to show signs of neglect and lack of proper inspection. After two drug-related rescue paramedic calls […]

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Arlington Heights 2015 Street Resurfacing Program Update

The 2015 Resurfacing Program began in June and is ongoing for all 2015 Resurfacing Program locations south of Northwest Highway. Beginning the week of July 6, construction is expected to begin for the following locations north of Northwest Highway: • Chicago Ave (Northwest Highway to Oakton St) • Race Ave (Oakton St to Olive St) […]

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Water Main Break In Front Of Olive School Expected to Be Fixed By Monday Morning

VIDEO: Crews locating the precise location of a water main break and preparing to repair the water main break in front of Olive-Mary Stitt School Sunday night. Arlington Heights Public Works crews were working on a water main break Sunday night starting around 8:30 PM on Olive Street just west of Belmont Avenue. Crews were […]

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Arlington Heights Hydrant Flushing Program — April 27 through May 8 with Map Zones

The Village of Arlington Heights will begin hydrant flushing on Monday, April 27, at 12:01 a.m. and continues 24 hours a day for approximately 10 days. There will be no hydrant flushing on Saturday or Sunday. If necessary, hydrant flushing may be extended until May 8. Various neighborhoods in the Village will be affected on […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Refuse Collection Schedule for Thanksgiving; Yardwaste Collection Ends

Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 27, collection services for refuse, yardwaste and recycling will change for single-family residences served by GROOT, the Village of Arlington Heights’ service provider. The last days of landscape waste collection are Monday, November 24 for residents living north of Oakton and on Tuesday, November 25 for residents […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Roadway Crack Sealing Program Under Way

A crack sealing maintenance program is scheduled to start September 25, 2014 in the Village of Arlington Heights, weather permitting. The purpose of this program is to help extend the life cycle of street pavements. The program lasts for about two weeks and is an efficient procedure that helps prevent moisture from getting under pavement […]

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Power Outage Reported on the North Side of Arlington Heights Near Arlington Heights Rd and Hintz Rd

Power outage reported in the area of Arlington Heights Road and Hintz Road — just south of Hintz Road. About 144 ComEd customers are affected. Estimated restoration time is 11:30 a.m. Monday, January 6, 2014. ComEd Outage Map Alert Customers Affected: 144 Crew Status: Crew Working Probable Cause: Damaged Power Line(s) Estimated Restoration: Jan 6, […]

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Groot Garbage Pick-Up Delayed One Day In Arlington Heights, Palatine, Schaumburg; No Garbage Pickup Today In City Of Chicago Due To Extreme Cold Weather

Garbage and refuse pickup in Arlington Heights is delayed at least one day because of snow accumulation and extreme cold in Chicagoland. Garbage collection is also delayed in the City of Chicago, Buffalo Grove, Palatine and Schaumburg. Message from Groot … Due to the large snow accumulations and dangerous temperatures Monday, January 6th, all residential […]

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Road Construction Underway at Arlington Heights Rd Near Rand Rd, Palatine Rd, Arlington Heights

Road construction has begun today at the triangle of Arlington Heights Road, Rand Road, and Palatine Road. Apparently resurfacing work is underway, and initial work has begun in the southbound lanes of Arlington Heights Road near Rand Road. Callers report traffic is congested, and a Google map of the area with a traffic layer shows […]

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Approved: West Exit to Open to Kirchhoff Rd at Northwest Community Hospital

In a split vote, the Arlington Heights Village Board approved the opening of one of two exits proposed for opening along Kirchhoff Road. The west driveway will be opened for at least a nine-month period while the hospital executives and attorneys are likely to pursue opening of the east exit. Voting in favor of the […]

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