This page is intended to provide up-to-date local information related to COVID-19 (coronavirus), as well as links to state and national resources.
Village Administrative Services
County, State, and Federal Resources
Consumer’s Guide to Businesses and Services
Resources for Businesses
Resources for Residents
Volunteering Opportunities / Ways to Help
Cook County Order 2021-11, Proof of Vaccination Requirement
On December 23, 2021, the Cook County Department of Public Health issued COVID-19 mitigation Order 2021-11 for suburban Cook County. The order requires proof of vaccination for customers in indoor settings where food or drink are served (such as in restaurants, event spaces, and entertainment venues) as well as in fitness facilities. Fitness facilities include businesses such as health clubs, yoga studios, indoor group fitness classes, and dance studios. Entertainment venues include businesses such as movie theaters, play spaces, bowling alleys, and arcades. The order is effective January 3, 2022. More information is available on the Cook County Department of Public Health website.
Village buildings are open to the public. For the safety of the public and Village staff, and to help reduce the spread of illness, residents and businesses are encouraged to take advantage of the Village’s many remote and online service options (LINK), or to email or call for services. Additionally, drop boxes are available at Village Hall to receive payments and building permit submittals. Emergency services are continuing uninterrupted; in case of emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Village Board Meetings
Village Board meetings are broadcast on Cable (U-Verse channel 99 or Comcast channel 6), YouTube, Facebook, or the Village website. Public comments regarding agenda items may be made in person during the meeting, or in advance by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (708)579-2300 x503. Public comments submitted by email or phone must be provided no later than 6:00 p.m. the day of the meeting.
Residents and businesses may pay water bills online (LINK), by mail to Village hall at 53 S. La Grange Rd., or by depositing in one of three drop boxes located at or near Village Hall. Questions can be directed to (708) 579-2301.
Vehicle Stickers & Parking Decals
Please call 9-1-1 in case of emergency.
9-1-1 Dispatchers will ask a series of questions to each caller. Based on CDC guidelines, emergency responders may be wearing protective clothing (IMAGE) (such as a surgical gown or mask) for your protection and theirs. If the person is able to do so, they may be asked to meet first responders outside their residence after calling 9-1-1.
For non-emergency calls, the Police Department will initially handle by telephone. Please call (708) 352-2131 or 9-1-1. If an officer is not immediately available, staff will obtain your contact information and an officer will call you back as soon as possible.
In-person services such as fingerprinting, building tours, child seat safety checks, and similar functions are suspended.
The Village offers multiple ways to stay informed about COVID-19 and all other Village news.
Rave Alert - Emergency Notification System
The Village has migrated to Rave Alert / Smart911. Residents and businesses can register (LINK) for the no-cost service that issues emergency notifications via email, text, or voice message on their cell phones. The previous emergency notification system will no longer be used after May 1, 2020. More information, including a video on how to register, is available on the Emergency Notifications page (LINK).
Village Notifications - Notify Me
By signing up for "Notify Me" (LINK) residents and businesses can receive email or text messages from the Village to stay informed about current news and announcements. Users can select to receive all news, or only certain topics. By signing up for "News Flash" residents will receive regular updates of new information posted to the homepage of the Village website.
Federal, State, and County Resources
The following are links to state and federal websites related to COVID-19.
State of Illinois
Restore Illinois (LINK) Governor Pritzker’s five-phased plan to reopen Illinois by region.
Volunteering Opportunities / Ways to Help
La Grange is a community that supports one another. This page (LINK) includes information on how to assist businesses, health care workers, and others in La Grange and around the state.