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Tag Archive | "Village of Arlington Heights"

TODAY: North Garage Maintenance Work Begins May 2, No Daily Fee Spaces for Duration of Project

Necessary maintenance work for the North Garage, located at the northwest corner of Miner Street and Arlington Heights Road, will begin May 2 and is expected to be completed by early August. This maintenance work is part of a “Parking Garage Rehabilitation Program” approved by the Village Board for Village-owned Parking Garages. During this project, […]

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Arlington Heights Arts Commission Calls for Street Banner Design Entries by June 30

The Village of Arlington Heights Arts Commission is excited to announce the “Colors and Scenes of Spring Banner Program”. The program will provide an opportunity for a local artist or a few local artists to display their artwork on banners throughout Arlington Heights. It is anticipated that the banners will be displayed for approximately 5 […]

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Arts Commission Hosts “Dance in Arlington Heights” May 1

Join the Arlington Heights Arts Commission for a celebration of Dance in Arlington Heights from 6-8 p.m. on Sunday, May 1 at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, 111 W. Campbell Street. Free Dance Performances by Dance Express, McDonald Dance School, and Orchesis Dance of Rolling Meadows High School, followed by a “Dance Does a Body Good” […]

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Arlington Heights Police Officer Gary Kaminsky Awarded L.W. Calderwood Officer of the Year

Arlington Heights Police Officer Gary Kaminsky was awarded the L.W. Calderwood Officer of the Year Award at the Arlington Heights Rotary luncheon Thursday, March 10, 2016. Kaminsky received a standing ovation from the attendees at the luncheon with his wife, sons, in-laws and friends in attendance. Kaminsky, who has been with the department for 27 […]

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New Single-family Refuse Collection Program for Arlington Heights in April, 2016

[Updated article initially posted on January 25, 2016] Residents of single-family homes now have a choice to change to once-a-week refuse, recycling and landscape waste collection starting April 1, 2016, or to subscribe to twice-a-week collection services per the Village’s new contract with Groot. The new program is being implemented to save wear and tear […]

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Architect Selected for New Arlington Heights Police Station

At its February 15th meeting, the Village Board approved hiring Legat Architects for designing the new Police Station. At a cost of $1.65 million Legat Architects, with over 50 years of serving public sector clients, will team up with McClaren Wilson Lawrie to create plans for a new facility. McClaren Wilson Lawrie is an architectural […]

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Upcoming Changes to Single-family Refuse Collection Program for Arlington Heights in April, 2016

Update: Residents must respond before March 1, 2016 to select optional smaller refuse carts, and to select option twice-a-week collection (Contact Groot vah@groot.com or 800-244-1977). Residents of single-family homes will have a choice to change to once-a-week refuse, recycling and landscape waste collection starting April 1, 2016, or to subscribe to twice-a-week collection services. Within […]

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Village Sells Bonds at 2.93 Percent for Construction of New Police Station

The Village Board approved an ordinance for the issue of $32.9 million in bonds for a new Arlington Heights Police Station which is anticipated to be built sometime in 2017. Financial advisers recommended moving on the bond sale early this year since the state is considering a 2-year property tax freeze. 29 bids were submitted […]

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Walnut Ave Closed at Union Pacific Railroad Crossing September 28 to October 12, 2015

A temporary road closure is planned by Union Pacific at the railroad crossing on Walnut Street in Arlington Heights from Monday, September 28 to October 12. This closure is necessary in order to ensure continued safety along the Metra Northwest line. A traffic control plan will be in place to re-direct vehicles on a detour […]

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September is National Preparedness Month with National PrepareAthon! Day on September 30

September is National Preparedness Month, which provides residents an opportunity to revisit their emergency preparedness plans for themselves, their family and their community. The theme of “Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today,” serves as a reminder to create or update an emergency communication plan for your family. Residents are urged to get together […]

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New Stop Signs Approved in Neighborhood North of Recreation Park with Hope of Preventing Accidents

The village board approved new two-way stop signs in the neighborhood north of Recreation Park that is bordered by Arlington Heights Road, Haddow Avenue, Euclid Avenue and Miner Street. Under the new plan, all intersections will have some type of two-way stop arrangement — north-south or east-west. Counting the entire neighborhood, including the bordering intersections, […]

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State Senator Matt Murphy Hosting Town Hall Meeting Wednesday June 3, 7 PM at Arlington Heights Village Hall

Area residents are invited to attend State Senator Matt Murphy’s free town hall meeting on June 3 at 7:00 p.m for a legislative overview of the 2015 spring session. The event will take place at the Village Hall of Arlington Heights located at 33 South Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Join Senator Murphy […]

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