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Village Hall Renovation
Beginning Monday, September 29 residents seeking services at Village Hall should visit 150 W. Wilson Street (northeast corner of Wilson & Smith Streets, just south of the railroad tracks) until further notice while the current Village Hall undergoes extensive renovations. Village Hall hours will remain consistent (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), the phone number will remain the same (358-7500), and mail may continue to be sent to 200 E. Wood Street.
Moreover, starting in October, all Plan Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Village Council meetings will be held at Police Department Headquarters, 595 N. Hicks Road. A list of meeting dates, times, and agendas can be found by clicking here.
Update as of February 10, 2015:
Workers are continuing the remediation and demolition process. For more information on the Village Hall Renovation Project or to see photos from the latest phases of construction, please click here.
Statement from Public Health Officials in Illinois and Cook County Regarding Measles Outbreak
Public health officials are currently investigating a cluster of measles in a KinderCare Learning Center located at 929 E. Palatine Rd., Palatine, IL. At this time, the cluster includes five children under the age of one, including four suburban Cook County residents, one from the City of Chicago. Laboratory testing has confirmed a measles diagnosis for two of the children. Test results for the three remaining cases are still pending, but have been diagnosed based on clinical and epidemiological criteria. At this time, the source of infection for the children is not known. Health officials have taken extra precautions to limit the spread. All students, staff and faculty at this facility have been notified and anyone who has not received the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine has been instructed to remain at home and away from unvaccinated individuals for the next 21 days.
To see the full press release, please click here
For additional information on measles as they pertain to Cook County or to get in contact with the Cook County Department of Public Health, please click here