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District 3 Coucilman Doug Myslinski to host District Advisory Meeting - August 4th at 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the newly renovated Village Hall at 200 E. Wood Street. Councilman Myslinski will be joined by Senator Matt Murphy, Mayor Schwantz and Village staff. The meeting will cover an update on development activity, infrastructure projects, a look at our financial performance and a discussion of State of Illinois budgets. The evening will conclude with a tour of the renovated Village Hall.
All residents are welcome to attend.
Click Here for Agenda
Residents Can Now Report Concerns Regarding O'Hare Runway Noise
The O’Hare Noise Compatibility Commission (ONCC) recently implemented a Fly Quiet Runway Rotation Plan, which will test out a weekly runway rotation program during overnight hours in an attempt to achieve a more balanced distribution of jet noise exposure for Chicago and other highly impacted communities that surround O’Hare. This plan was implemented despite strong opposition by the Village of Palatine as well as Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Rolling Meadows, and Hoffman Estates.
The ONCC has established a system for tracking concerns and other feedback related to the Fly Quiet Plan which can be accessed through the following link:
Additionally, residents can still file a complaint through the ONCC by clicking here
We have relocated back to our renovated Village Hall at 200 E. Wood St. Please note the following important announcements:
Thank you for patience as we get settled back into Village Hall! To see the latest pictures from April 2016, please click here. For more pictures of the entire process and information on the renovation project, please click here.
- The 24-hour drop box for payments is now located in front of the main entrance of 200 E. Wood St. Please do not put anything in the drop box located in front of the Wilson St. location.
- All Village Council, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Plan Commission Meetings will now be held at Village Hall.
Village Releases New "Palatine 24/7" Performance Measurement Report
The Palatine 24/7 Report will be prepared semi-annually and outline the Village’s performance related to seven service areas and a total of 24 performance measures. The service areas and performance measures were selected due to their relationship to the Village’s Strategic Plan as well as their relevancy to the Village’s residents. To view the report released in April 2016, please click here.