Village Hall will be closed Monday, Feb. 18, in observance of Presidents' Day. Offices re-open for normal business hours on Tuesday, Feb. 19.
This is NOT a holiday that affects garbage pickup. Residents should take their garbage to the curb on their normal pickup day.
Posted Feb. 14
Monday evening is your opportunity to ask a question or voice a concern to the Mayor on Addison Community Television's "Ask Mayor Veenstra" program.
Tune in ...
Posted Feb. 1
Warmer temperatures as well as rain are forecast for the next few days. Coming so soon after the frigid temperatures, this may create a potential for flooding, since the ground water has nowhere to go. Public Works crews will be working this weekend ...
Posted Feb. 1
Republic Waste Services has notified the Village of Addison that trash collection will not take place on Thursday, Jan. 31.
On Friday, they will attempt to service ...
Posted Jan. 30
The frigid temperatures have caused closings and delays to several agencies. Please share this information with neighbors, and remember to check in on those who may need assistance over the next several days.
Posted Jan. 29
Record breaking cold is forecast for this week.
In past years, during extreme cold snaps of this nature, many residents experienced the loss of water service due to water line freezing inside their home.
Posted Jan. 28
The Addison Historical Museum will be closed for the entire week, Jan. 28 through Feb. 1.
Normal hours resume the following week. We regret any inconvenience to visitors.
Posted Jan. 24
Residents should remember that trash cans should never be placed in the street, but only in the parkway. Placing them in the street is not only unsafe, it is a violation.
Posted Nov. 19
Addison Village Manager Joseph Block has announced his intent to retire at the end of the year, capping a 40-year career in Public Administration, and a nearly unheard of 32-year tenure with the Village of Addison.
In his announcement to staff, ...
Posted Nov. 1
The Village of Addison is a proud member of the DuPage Mayors and Manager Conference (DMMC), which recently launched a new website, ProtectMyTown.us.
The new website and social media opportunities enable ...
Posted April 30
DuPage County kids recently explored local streams and rivers, questioning how we can keep them clean and beautiful.
Do you know how water from sprinkling your lawn, or from rain and snow, makes its way into our streams and rivers? Learn more here:
Posted April 20