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Tag Archive | "Village of Arlington Heights"

New Arlington Heights Police Station To Be Fully Operational on Saturday, December 22, 2018

The Arlington Heights Police Department is scheduled to open the new Arlington Heights Police Station at 200 East Sigwalt Street on Saturday December 22, 2018 at 6:30 a.m. The police station space at the temporary location at 1500 West Shure Drive will be closed. Since May 15, 2017, approximately 15,000 square feet at the One […]

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Arlington Heights Village Trustee Thomas Glasgow Stepping Down from Village Board

Arlington Heights Trustee Thomas Glasgow announced Monday night that he is stepping down as Village Board Trustee after serving a decade on the village board. Glasgow said his decision is the result of an increased workload as a criminal defense attorney. Glasgow thanked current and former board members, who he described as a group that […]

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Special Storm Debris Pickup Starting Monday, December 10, 2018 in Arlington Heights

UNIQUE SPECIAL PROGRAM STARTS TODAY A special program to assist residents with cleanup efforts of fallen tree branches that occurred when snow-laden branches were broken during the November 25-26, 2018 blizzard, was established by the Arlington Heights Public Works Department. Special forestry crews will conduct a special debris pickup starting Monday, December 10, 2018. Normally […]

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Village of Arlington Heights Summarizes Storm Stats at Board Meeting

The Village of Arlington Heights summarized winter storm statistics following the blizzard that struck Nov. 25-26, 2018 this week at the Village Board Meeting Monday night, December 3, 2018. About 12,000 power outages were reported in Arlington Heights, which was reportedly the Chicagoland community with the second highest customer power outage count after the City […]

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Recklaus Comments; Arlington Heights Village Manager Takes Cheap Shots at ComEd, Fails to Lead

Arcing power line on US 14 and Davis Street in Arlington Heights, including scenes from I-90 near Rolling Meadows, power out downtown Arlington Heights, a tree down on Arlington Heights Road north of Oakton Street, and a drooping phone line Mobil Station on Golf Road. Police, firefighters and public works personnel in Arlington Heights responded […]

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Arlington Heights Fire Chief Ken Koeppen Set to Retire Thursday, November 15, 2018

The Village of Arlington Heights announced internally on Thursday, November 1, 2018 the upcoming retirement of Fire Chief Ken Koeppen, with 38 years of service with the Arlington Heights Fire Department. Ken Koeppen was appointed Fire Chief in late-March 2014 after serving as Acting Fire Chief following the February 2014 retirement of former Chief Glenn […]

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Arlington Heights Community Bike Ride Planned for Saturday October 6, 2018 Canceled

The Arlington Heights Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission has canceled its community bike ride planned for Saturday, October 6, 2018 due to significant rain in the forecast. The next community bike ride will be held in the spring of 2019. Today’ Forecast Showers likely and possibly a thunderstorm before 4pm, then a slight chance of […]

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Arlington Heights Autumn Harvest Event Saturday October 6, 2018 Canceled Due to Rainy Forecast

The Arlington Heights annual Autumn Harvest event for Saturday, October 6, in North School Park has been cancelled due to the rainy forecast for Saturday. The Village of Arlington Heights apologizes for any inconvenience and reports event organizers look forward to celebrating the Autumn Harvest event next year on the first Saturday in October 2019. […]

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Dense Residential Plans Pre-Proposed to Community for Campbell St Property Between Highland and Chestnut

13-STORY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PROPOSED WITH 8- AND 6-STORY BUILDING NEAR LOCATION WHERE 5-STORY BUILDING WAS REJECTED In an unusual information release, plans for redevelopment of a long-vacant property in downtown Arlington Heights were declared in a tent at the southwest corner of Campbell Street and Highland Avenue on Sunday, September 9, 2018. The development plans […]

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Water Main Break in Your Neighborhood? Why You Should Be Concerned — and Notified

You might think of a water main break as a traffic inconvenience when a road is closed for repair; or you might be concerned about damage to your driveway, your parkway, or landscaping. Have you thought much about how a water main break might affect your drinking water safety? Road closed for water main break […]

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Arlington Heights Fire Department Medic Named IDPH EMS Instructor of the Year for Developing Specific Video Laryngoscopy Technique and Trial Program

Arlington Heights Firefighter/Paramedic Andrew Hansen Named Illinois Department of Public Health’s EMS Instructor of the Year for Developing Specific Video Laryngoscopy Technique and Trial Program for Endotracheal Intubation (ET) Arlington Heights Fire Department firefighter/paramedic Andrew Hansen was featured this past week in the Daily Herald Suburban Heroes stories category. Hansen was recognized on May 21, […]

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Negative Pressure Event: Localized Low Water Pressure in Water Main Can Temporarily Threaten Safe Water Supply

WHAT ARLINGTON HEIGHTS OFFICIALS AND OTHER COMMUNITY OFFICIALS MIGHT LEARN FROM THE WASHINGTON DC WATER BOIL INCIDENT OF JULY 2018 Recently several neighborhoods in the Washington D.C. area were affected by an advisory to boil and cool water that is used for drinking or cooking. The reason for the advisory was the result of low […]

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