Mayor's Robocall Message List
Mayor's Robocall Message List
For up-to-date transcripts of the Mayor's Robocall Messages pertaining to the Coronavirus , closures, cancellations, etc., please click the Message List button below.
The Village of Harwood Heights is governed by the Mayor and a six-member Board of Trustees.
Visit our Elected Officials page for more information.
The Norwood Park Fire Protection District is responsible for providing Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services to the Villages of Norridge & Harwood Heights, and Norwood Park Township. It is located at 7447 W. Lawrence, Harwood Heights, IL 60706.
For more information about the Norwood Park Fire Protection District, please visit their website.
The Eisenhower Public Library District serves Harwood Heights and Norridge residents. It is located at 4613 N. Oketo Avenue, Harwood Heights, IL 60706.
For more information about the Eisenhower Library, please visit their website.
U.S. Census 2020
US Census 2020
Harwood Heights needs all of you to be counted in the 2020 Census! The results are critically important because they will help determine funding, congressional representation, and projects/improvements for our community.
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A message from our mayor
As an elected official I feel it is important to be dedicated to serve a community and its residents; to share in the concept of working with others; and, most important, the willingness to listen. My past history brings forth management skills, project accomplishments, and community dedication - and I look forward to using my experience to guide our community to greater "heights." Working together will bring a better tomorrow as we are a nation to share, to strive, to learn, and to fulfill.
Per Gov. J.B. Pritzker, Illinois’s stay-at-home order was extended to April 30. Under this directive, bars must stay closed, but restaurants can (still) offer delivery and carry-out. Please support our local restaurants!! Harwood Heights has over twenty-five restaurants that are open for carry-out and/or delivery options. To see the full list of Harwood Heights restaurants,… Read More: Restaurants Open for Carry-out and/or Delivery During Shut Down
The Harwood Heights Village Board is happy to announce that the Village, in partnership with Republic Services, has a $500 scholarship available for one Harwood Heights high school senior. The applicant must submit a 500 word essay on “What Can Individual Families do to Contribute Toward Green Initiatives, Capitalize on Energy Saving Efforts and Increase… Read More: Harwood Heights & Republic Services 2020 Scholarship Application
Per the Harwood Heights Police Department, the local adjudication hearings scheduled for March and April have been cancelled. ALL cases/matters scheduled for March 31st and April 28th have been rescheduled to May 26, 2020 (same time/same location). If you have any questions, please call the Police Department non-emergency number (708) 867-4353. To view the… Read More: Harwood Heights Local Adjudication Hearings Rescheduled
Per Joe Kerke, New Hope Pantry Board President, the New Hope Community Food Pantry will remain OPEN to serve all those in need. Our mission remains “seeking to feed the hungry and sharing resources to improve the quality of life of those in need” and that is what we intend to do as long as… Read More: New Hope Community Food Pantry OPEN
The Metropolitan Mayors Caucus is a membership organization of the Chicago region’s 275 cities, towns and villages. At their February 21 business meeting, they showed a brief video that promotes a complete count for the 2020 Census. The video “Get Counted in Illinois” is 1 minute/16 seconds in length and it encourages citizens to respond… Read More: Metropolitan Mayors Caucus – Get Counted In Illinois
Harwood Heights needs all of you to be counted in the 2020 Census! The results are critically important because they will help determine funding, congressional representation, and projects/improvements for our community. Responding to the 2020 Census is easy. Learn more about the Census by reading/reviewing the attached flyers (below) – or you can visit the… Read More: 2020 United States Census Info
The Interim Fly Quiet Runway Rotation Plan (IFQ) is scheduled to begin on Sunday, November 3, 2019. For each week, a primary and secondary runway use configuration is provided to accommodate potential change in wind direction. The IFQ will be in place until May 2020 when pavement rehab is scheduled to take place on Runway… Read More: ONCC Fly Quiet Runway Rotation Plan
The Harwood Heights Police Department encourages residents who are conducting Craigslist or other online sales transactions to use the parking lot or lobby of the Police Station to ensure that the buyers and sellers complete the sale safely. Many police departments are joining a national trend by offering “Safe Havens” to deter thefts or robberies… Read More: Police Dept Safe Haven For Online Transactions
The Harwood Heights Police Department would like your help solving crime. They are implementing a new, voluntary program and would like to partner with residents or businesses that have surveillance cameras and would like to help. With camera systems becoming more and more prevalent, they are asking Harwood Heights residents and businesses that would like… Read More: Police Dept Surveillance Camera Program
On September 17, 2018 the Municipal Consolidated Dispatch (MCD) began dispatching for Harwood Heights, Norridge, and Schiller Park Police Departments – as well as for Norwood Park and Schiller Park Fire Departments. The MCD Board of Directors holds one meeting on the second Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise posted. All meetings are held in… Read More: FY 2019-2020 MCD Meeting Dates