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    Reminders About Our Coyote Neighbors


    The Village continues to receive information regarding local coyote sightings. The Village does not remove coyotes, let trapped animals out of cages, or bring trapped animals to different locations. Coyotes inhabit every available territory in Cook County, and between February and March coyotes breed and may become more territorial. Coyotes, however, tend to be wary of humans and tend to keep their distance. People should nonetheless remain alert if any wild animal is suspected to be near and take reasonable measures to ensure their safety. A few practical steps we can take to coexist with coyotes include the following: Remove food from outdoor settings that might attract coyotes (including pet and bird food); Respect coyotes as wild animals by not feeding or otherwise attempting to befriend them; and Support preservation of natural habitat.  Please call 9-1-1, if you feel your are in immediate danger.  Please click here for more information regarding coyotes.
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    2020 Census, Make A Difference

    The census is mandated by the Constitution, and everyone living in the United States is required to participate. A complete and accurate count is critical for you and our community, because the results of the 2020 Census will affect community funding, congressional representation, and more.

    If you have not yet responded for your household, it's not too late. While being safe and practicing social distancing we encourage you to respond today. Answer a simple questionnaire about yourself and everyone who was living with you on April 1, 2020. 

    You can complete the census online or by phone (1-844-330-2020) in 13 different languages. You can also respond by mail. It has never been easier. Once you have responded, please encourage your family, friends, and loved ones to complete the census, too. 

    Thank you for completing the 2020 census and helping our community!