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June 15, 2018 

Hanover Park 60th Anniversary Fun Fact:


In 1846 it was called Ringgold. In 1873, it was Ontario. And awhile later, Ontarioville. It was the predecessor to Hanover Park. Although just a small portion of the original settlement remains today, the community played a large part in the development of the entire area.

The Executive House, in Hanover Park's historic district, is a two-story structure capped by a hipped roof. With tall double-hung windows, a central dormer and a front porch with turned posts, it is the first historic residence constructed of brick in Ontarioville. It's simplicity, symmetry and broad overhanging eaves place this house in the tradition of "Four-Square" houses with Prairie School influences. It was constructed to house the family of the executive of the Dairy Co-op, the single-story triangular-shaped building located immediately to the west of the Executive House. (History in the Making by Michael Johnson, 1990)

Executive House is located next to Ontarioville Park. On September 29th, the Village will be hosting a Corks & Crafts Festival featuring wine & craft beer tastings, a Paint & Sip class, craft vendors, food, live music and more! Stay tuned for more information. 

For more information on the history of Hanover Park, visit  hp60.org.


Pedal the Preserve


Join the Hanover Park Police Department and Mayor Craig on a biking adventure through the forest preserves serving Hanover Park. 

On June 23rd, the police department will host a Bike Rodeo with lots of activities and fun activities followed by a bike ride through the forest preserve lead by Mayor Rod Craig. After the ride, enjoy some FREE ice cream! Limited number of bike helmets will be available for attendees.

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Construction On Village Hall


Renovations to the lobby area and Finance Department in Village Hall will begin the week of June 18th and are scheduled to conclude around Thanksgiving. 

Paying your water bill or have other needs of the Finance Department? The Finance Department will be temporarily relocated to the Community room at the Police Department. 

For Building Permits and Inspectional Services, please use the south entrance. For the Manager's Office, Village Clerk or Community Development, please use the southwest entrance. Parking is available to the rear of Village Hall. 

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience during this time.


Our New Mobile App Is Now Available

The app is packed with features to provide a quick and simple way to access Village resources. One of the most exciting and convenient new features in the app is the newly redesigned, and mobile friendly, night parking registration function.

Additional features in the new App include simple ways to pay your water bill, access the Village calendar, report a concern, Staff and Business Directories, search for jobs in the Village, search the Village Code, and more! 

Hanover Park Reads 

Kids across Hanover Park’s 10 elementary schools will be reading the same books to celebrate Hanover Park’s 60th anniversary together.  

This summer, please bring your kids to either Schaumburg Township Library or Poplar Creek library to sign them up.  The libraries will have parties, activities and prizes to bring these books to life.  Incoming kindergarten through 3rd grade will read “Dear Primo: A Letter to My Cousin” and incoming 4th to 6th graders will read “Wonder”. We will end this program at Hanover Park’s Family Fest on August 11th with a reading of "Dear Primo" and some prizes.  

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Join Hanover Park Environmental Committee!


The Hanover Park Environmental Committee is looking for residents to join. The committee plans and assists opportunities and information related to environmentally friendly practices. 

The committee hosts several events throughout the year:

  • Apiary Open House - June 24th 
  • Drain Stenciling - July 21st
  • Recycling Event - September 22nd
  • River Sweep - October 13th
If you are interested,  please contact Village Engineer / Asst. Director of Public Works
Andrew J. Sikich at 630-823-5650.
Saturday Cruise Night
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2018 Silver Sponsors

A&A Music Academy and Ontarioville Art Center
Advent Systems
Andres Medical Billing
Auto Truck Group
Elgin Community College
Marquardt & Belmonte
Popeye's- Hanover Park
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Village President

Rodney S. Craig

Village Clerk
Eira Corral Sepúlveda

Trustees 
James Kemper
Jon Kunkel
Herb Porter
Bob Prigge
Rick Roberts
Sharmin Shahjahan

Village Manager
Juliana A. Maller

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