Community Appearance Award
It’s not too late…..the Village is still accepting nominations for the 2011 Community Appearance Awards. The program recognizes residents who demonstrate pride in their neighborhoods and maintain and beautify their property. Winners will receive a $100 gift certificate.
All Hanover Park residential properties are eligible. Entries may be made in either of two categories: single-family or multi-family. Nominations must be for frontal property appearance. The deadline for nominations is July 30. Please note prizes cannot be awarded on any property in consecutive years.
Contact Village Clerk Eira L. Corral at 630.372.4220 or firstname.lastname@example.org to submit property addresses.
Money Smart Series Workshop
The Village of Hanover Park and First Eagle Bank will hold their second Money Smart workshop - a series of financial education programs offered to the residents of Hanover Park free-of-charge. “Money Matters - How to Manage Your Money and Plan for the Future” will be held at the Municipal Building on Saturday, August 27, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. The program is open to Village residents. In addition to English, materials and translation services will be provided in Spanish. To reserve your space, please contact Regina Mullen at 630.372.4282 or email at email@example.com.
PACE Approves Service Expansion for Route 554
Beginning August 22, 2011, PACE Route 554 will travel from Elgin down Irving Park Road to Park Road in Streamwood and transition south to Lake Street (Rte 20) to the Hanover Park Train Station. It will then travel along Barrington Road north to St. Alexian Hospital in Hoffman Estates and transition to Golf Road east to Woodfield. This route will operate in both directions on the half hour daily during the week, with half-day service on Saturday, with ADA service.
The DuPage County Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB) now offers a new service called Smart911. By participating in this new service, first responders, Police, Fire and EMTs will have important information to help them address your emergency.
Smart911 is supported by existing 9-1-1 fees and is free to register. Your family’s profile information is completely private and secure. The details you enter on the secure and protected website are only shared with 9-1-1 dispatchers and first responders in the field, and only when you or a family member dial 9-1-1.
HELP Police Protect You: When a child goes missing it takes time for Police to obtain a photo of the missing child. With Smart911, Police have that photo instantly and are better prepared to begin a wide scale search. If your 9-1-1 call is dropped for any reason, this service helps Police locate and assist you and your family during emergencies.
HELP EMS Treat You: By participating in this service you can relay your family’s medical issues such as - heart conditions, allergies, and stroke history. When 9-1-1 receives a call, EMS will arrive with the appropriate equipment. For those who have a family member with Alzheimer’s, Autism or who is deaf, this service helps as well. Instantly, 9-1-1 knows the caller’s condition and location without having to rely on verbal communication.
HELP the Fire Dept. Rescue You: With Smart911, call takers can notify firefighters of exactly how many people live in your home, including pets, to ensure that everyone is rescued during a fire. Additionally, if you live in an apartment building, firefighters will not only know the address, but the floor and apartment number as well.
County Farm Road Community Transit Survey
Help improve public transportation along County Farm Road! Please click here and take a few moments to answer some questions regarding public transportation in the County Farm Road area. The Village of Hanover Park, and other participating communities, are administering this survey as part of a larger effort to make informed decisions about planning transportation infrastructure and service improvement in the areas.
Village Center Survey Kick Off (Help us . . . . Help You)
All residents are invited to complete a short survey about what types of businesses they would like in the Village. Surveys will be available on our website, at the Municipal Building, your local library and other locations throughout the Village. Community workshops will also provide an opportunity to voice the types of uses and designs that could be incorporated into a Village Center. To learn more about upcoming opportunities or to complete a survey visit our website at www.hpil.org.
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