1. CensusLastChance

    The Time to Act is Now
    Respond to the 2020 Census!

    Palatine's self-response rate is currently 78.8%.
    We're making good progress, but we can do better!

    You can still complete the questionnaire yourself online at 2020census.gov, by calling 844-330-2020, or by returning the paper form you received in the mail. 

    Your response matters – as does that of your friends, family, and neighbors – because the results of the 2020 Census determine how many seats our state gets in the U.S. House of Representatives and informs how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding
    will be allocated every year to communities like ours. 

    Over the next decade, lawmakers, business owners, and many others will use 2020 Census data to make critical decisions. The results will show where communities need new schools, new clinics, new roads, and more services for families, older adults, and children.

    Complete your Census questionnaire by October 5.
    Don’t miss your chance to be counted!  
    Our community could miss out on funding every year for the next 10 years if you don’t respond now.
  1. Political Sign Example

    Village's Political Sign Regulations

    The November 3, 2020 Presidential Election is just around the corner, and as a reminder for residents, campaign staff, and volunteers, the Village of Palatine has political sign regulations in effect. Signs posted within public right-of-way are permitted up to three days (72 hours) prior to Election Day and shall be removed within 24 hours after the election. Signs may be installed no earlier than Saturday, October 31 and be removed by Wednesday, November 4. Signs posted on private (non-residential) property are permitted no more than 30 days prior to Election Day and shall be removed within 48 hours after the Election.
    Restrictions do not apply to signs on private residential property. Permission of the property owner should be obtained prior to placing any signs on private property. In addition, all political signs shall not exceed 8 square feet in area and be limited to a maximum height of 4 feet. Signs shall provide a minimum setback from any curb, shoulder or sidewalk. The Village will remove any signs that do not comply with regulations or that create safety issues for pedestrians and motorists