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October 12th, 2018 

60th Anniversary Fun Fact


In the 1980-1990's, the Hanover Park Women's Club was active and part of a network of over 700 women's clubs in Illinois with a total of over 38,000 members

The purpose of the Hanover Park Women's Club was to help improve society at the national and local level. Among the many contributions to the Village, they worked with the police department on the I-Search program, charitable events, fashion shows, and holiday events. Of note, was an annual Halloween party with the Hanover Park Park District.

Youth of the Year

Youth of the Year Scholarship 


Are you a resident of Hanover Park, a member of the graduating class of 2019, and plan to continue your education at a university, community college or technical school?

If you answered yes, then apply for the Village of Hanover Park’s Michael H. Coleman Youth of the Year Award! The Village will be giving away one $1,000 scholarship and four $500 runner-up scholarships. Visit our website for further details and to download the application.

2018 Fourth Quarter Area Response Team (ART) Meetings

  • ART #1 – Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
  • ART #2 – Monday, October 15, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Greenbrook- Tanglewood Clubhouse, 1211 Catalina Drive
  • ART #3 – Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
  • ART #4 – Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
  • ART #5 – Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
  • ART #6 – Monday, October 15, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

ART involves assigning officers as area representatives for one-year periods.  Each area also has an assigned supervisor who is responsible for the police department response to issues in that area as well as the officers assigned to the respective area.
 
Prior to the implementation of ART, officers were assigned to an area for only six weeks.  By creating long term area assignments, the officers will now become more familiar with the residents, offenders, and overall problems in their respective areas.
 
Each area has four total officers assigned.  Two for the Day shift and two for the Night shift.  Residents are encouraged to call your Area Officers with any problems or concerns occurring in your neighborhood.  This does not replace the 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System.  If you have an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
 
Residents also have the opportunity to meet with all four area officers quarterly throughout the year.  Remember, community policing means all of us working together to improve your neighborhood.  All meetings are held at the Hanover Park Police Department Headquarters, 2011 Lake Street, except for Area 2 (see the address above.)  If you aren’t sure in which area you live, check out our  Facebook page, or call the Hanover Park Police Department at 630-823-5500.  See you there! 

Area Brush Pickup Map

Brush Pick Up Program in October


The Brush Pick Up Program  provides free curbside pickup and chipping of branches which is then recycled as mulch. This program produces mulch which is made available to Village residents for use around shrubs and flower beds. Brush is picked up in April, July and October. Do not put brush out after 7:00 am on the first day of the collection cycle. Branches with a minimum of two (2) feet in length and a maximum of ten (10) feet in length and less than eight (8) inches in diameter will be collected.

Upcoming Meeting Calendar


Oct   16: Cultural Inclusion & Diversity Committee
Oct   23: Historic Committee
Oct   23: Environmental Committee
Oct   25: Firefighter Pension Fund

60th Anniversary Sponsor slide

2018 Silver Sponsors

A&A Music Academy and Ontarioville Art Center
Advent Systems
Andres Medical Billing
Auto Truck Group
Elgin Community College
Euclid Beverage

Marquardt & Belmonte
Popeye's- Hanover Park
Hanover Park Logo

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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