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Attention Harwood Heights High School Seniors

The Village of Harwood Heights, in partnership with Republic Services, has $500 scholarships to be awarded to three Harwood Heights High School Seniors who meet specific eligibility criteria. The scholarships are payable to the community college, university/college, or post-secondary (technical or trade) degreed program of the student’s choice.  Please clink on the link below for… Read More: Attention Harwood Heights High School Seniors

Harwood Heights Village-Wide Garage Sale 6/25 – 6/27/21

The Village of Harwood Heights will have this year’s Village-wide Garage Sale on Friday, June 25 through Sunday, June 27, 2021 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.  Call the Village Hall at 708-867-7200 to register for the event.  You can choose to register for one, two, or all three days.  As the date approaches, a… Read More: Harwood Heights Village-Wide Garage Sale 6/25 – 6/27/21

Eisenhower Library Reopening on March 1, 2021

The Eisenhower Library will be reopening on Monday, March 1.  Their hours will be Monday-Thursday 10:30am to 6:00pm, Friday and Saturday 9:30am to 5:00pm.  Patrons will be expected to wear masks and limit their visit to one hour.  Computers will have a one hour time limit and will be limited to residents only.  A limit… Read More: Eisenhower Library Reopening on March 1, 2021

SWANA 2021 Annual Scholarship Information

The Solid Waste Agency of North America (SWANA) annually offers scholarships to students in studies and fields related to solid waste management.  In 2021, SWANA will award up to $30,000 in scholarships to deserving students.  The Land of Lincoln Chapter of SWANA will be accepting applications on behalf of interested students for both the Grant… Read More: SWANA 2021 Annual Scholarship Information

State of Illinois Covid 19 Vaccine Information

The Village of Harwood Heights is not involved in distributing the vaccine.  For vaccination sites in our area, log on to https://coronavirus.illinois. gov/s/vaccination-location and put in your zip code.  Then click on the website of the closest location(s) to see if an appointment can be made – OR you can call 833-308-1988 to make an… Read More: State of Illinois Covid 19 Vaccine Information

Seniors Assistance Center Seeking Donations

As a result of the pandemic, the Seniors Assistance Center is experiencing a major, unprecedented budget crisis.  They had to cancel all of their fundraisers in 2020.  In addition, they lost a crucial donor due to the toll that the coronavirus had on its organization. The Center desperately needs your help now more than ever… Read More: Seniors Assistance Center Seeking Donations

ComEd Financial Assistance Program

ComEd is offering a new program called Helping Hand that offers customers additional bill assistance during the pandemic.  For a limited time, this financial-assistance program provides and additional one-time grants of up to $300 to help low-income residential customers, and those who express financial hardship, reduce past-due balances.  For more information, click here to see… Read More: ComEd Financial Assistance Program

Post Office Delay Issues

It appears that there are lags again in post office delivery. We have again made formal complaints to the local and main post office. Mayor Arlene Jezierny would like you to call our office 708-867-7200 so we can list those addresses in Harwood Heights that are experiencing delays or no mail at all. We will… Read More: Post Office Delay Issues

FAQ For Businesses Concerning Use of Face Coverings

Per the attached from the State of Illinois Dept of Human Rights, this FAQ is intended to provide guidance regarding the application of the face-covering requirement in Executive Order 2020-32 for businesses and other places of public accommodation subject to Article 5 of the Illinois Human Rights Act.  The attached discusses when face-coverings are required,… Read More: FAQ For Businesses Concerning Use of Face Coverings

Restore Illinois A Five-Phased Plan to Reopen the State

Restore Illinois is a plan provided by Governor Pritzker’s Office.  This five-phased plan will reopen our state, guided by health metrics and with distinct business, education, and recreation activities characterizing each phase. This is an initial framework that will likely be updated as research and science develop and as the potential for treatments or vaccines… Read More: Restore Illinois A Five-Phased Plan to Reopen the State
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