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May 27, 2020 Monthly sharps and light bulb collection postponed
The City has not yet resumed the monthly collection of sharps and light bulbs. It has been postponed until further notice. ... Read All
May 27, 2020 Don't Toss the Wipes Down the Pipes
As a result of COVID-19, many people are disposing wipes down the septic system of their home which could lead to very costly problems. ... Read All
May 24, 2020 Cook County Board Approves Penalty Waivers on Second Installment Property Tax Bill
Homeowners and business owners will have until October 1 to pay without incurring late-payment charges. ... Read All
May 24, 2020 Voting by Mail in the November 2020 Election
Gov. Pritzker issued the following statement on the passage of Senate Bill 1863, ensuring all recent voters receive a vote by mail application for the November election.... Read All
May 24, 2020 Gov. Pritzker Release Guidelines for Businesses and Workplaces to Safely Reopen During Phase 3 of Restore Illinois
Gov. Pritzker has released industry-specific guidelines that allow for the safe re-opening of businesses as the state progresses into the next phase of the Restore Illinois plan.... Read All
May 22, 2020 Holiday Refuse, Recycling and Yardwaste Collection Schedule
There will be no collections on Monday, May 25. Collections will resume on Tuesday, and will run one day behind the normal schedule.... Read All
May 21, 2020 Metra Launching New All Day Pass June 1
Metra is launching a new $10 All-Day Pass on June 1 giving riders a “Touch Less, Pay Less” option to ride its trains safely and affordably.... Read All
May 20, 2020 Governor Pritzker Announces Updates to Phase 3 of Restore Illinois Plan in Consultation with Health Experts
Gov. Pritzker announced updates to Phase 3 of the state's Restore Illinois plan based on data, science, and guidance from public health experts and stakeholders across the state,. ... Read All
May 19, 2020 Updated information about waste pickup from GROOT
Groot will resume bulk item pickup service this week and also pickup of limited construction debris (one cubic yard or less) as per normal procedures.... Read All
May 19, 2020 Digital Building Permit and Project Management Now Available Online
Check out the City's new online portal for building permits and reviews making it quick, easy and safe for residents and contractors to do business. ... Read All
May 15, 2020 Understanding the State of Illinois Multi-Phase Reopening
Want to better understand the State of Illinois multi-phase plan for reopening? Here are some key takeaways to make it easier to understand. ... Read All
May 12, 2020 Updated FAQs for Liquor Licensed Establishments during COVID 19
The Illinois Liquor Control Commission has released an updated FAQ on COVID-19 Compliance for liquor licensed establishments. ... Read All
May 12, 2020 Community Food Pantries Need Your Support
Our community food pantries need your support today to help supply food to families struggling during this unprecedented time. ... Read All
May 12, 2020 FAQs for Businesses Concerning the use of Face Coverings During COVID 19
The IDPH answers many questions providing guidance for the use of face covering requirements for businesses and other public places. ... Read All
May 11, 2020 Are you Ready to Serve as a Volunteer for your City?
The City has many various opportunities available for volunteers to serve as a member of a Board or Commission. Applications are due before May 26. ... Read All
May 11, 2020 Park Ridge Nonprofit Organizations
The City has launched a new webpage to encourage residents and businesses to continue their support for local nonprofit organizations. ... Read All
May 07, 2020 Pace Implements Service Changes due to Decreased Ridership
Beginning 5/18, Pace will temporarily suspend service on 15 routes and modify service on another 21 routes due low ridership during COVID-19.... Read All
May 06, 2020 Applications being accepted for Library Board
The City is accepting applications for those who have a desire to serve as a member of the Library Board of Directors. Applications are due by May 22.... Read All
May 06, 2020 Governor Pritzker Releases Plan to Reopen Illinois in Phases
Yesterday, Governor Pritzker announced his five-step plan to "Restore Illinois" as the state begins its healing process from the COVID-19 pandemic. ... Read All
May 04, 2020 Groot Resumes Pickup of Bulk Items
Groot will resume collection of bulk items the week of May 11.... Read All
May 01, 2020 Park Ridge 2020 Beautification Awards application now available
On behalf of the City of Park Ridge, we are pleased to announce that the application for the 29th Annual Park Ridge Garden Club Awards is available. ... Read All
May 01, 2020 Governor's Stay at Home Order Extended to May 29
Governor Pritzker signed a new Executive Order 2020-32 that modified and extended his original Stay at Home Order through May 29. ... Read All
May 01, 2020 Remember to complete your 2020 Census information
We are proud to see that the City's response rate has exceeded 70%. Way to go Park Ridge!. The response deadline is extended to October 31, 2020. ... Read All
Apr 24, 2020 Park Ridge Farmers Market to open June 6
The Farmers Market normally opens on Memorial Day Weekend. This year, due to COVID-19 the opening has been delayed until June 6. ... Read All
Apr 24, 2020 Guide for Consumers Struggling to Repay their Debts During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Resources currently available to those struggling financially during the COVID-19 outbreak - provided by Senator Laura Murphy's office. ... Download Document

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