Winter Cold – Safety First Forecasts call for snow and cold weather over the next several days. Take the following precautions and, if possible, check on elderly friends and neighbors. Some basic safety tips follow: Avoid exposure by staying indoors. Layer clothing to manage heat retention. Seek a warming station for relief of inclement conditions if away from the home (call the […]
West Chicago’s first Pumpkin Recycling Event, organized by the West Chicago Environmental Commission, S.C.A.R.C.E. and the First United Methodist Church of West Chicago’s Green Disciples, was a smashing success. Many volunteers, including the Green Team (a.k.a. Green Disciples), United Methodist Men, Cub Scout Pack #68 of Warrenville, and Boy Scout Troop #21 of West Chicago, worked together to ensure […]
Community organizations partner with foundation to offer free swim lessons for kids this summer In 2014, the DelleGrazie family lost their four year old son, Pauly, to a drowning accident. In memory of Pauly, the Pauly D Foundation was established to advocate for water safety and drowning prevention. This summer, the Pauly D Foundation joined […]
NEWS FROM A COMMUNITY PARTNER West Chicago Public Library District Joins NASA and other organizations in celebrating the Solar Eclipse The West Chicago Public Library District is pleased to announce that it is joining more than 1,000 libraries across the country to participate in the celestial event of the century, the August 21, 2017 Solar […]
West Chicago was the featured city in the June 2017 issue of West Suburban Living Magazine. The article captured the history, culture and strengths of the community and provided a snapshot of the many reasons residents and businesses have chosen to invest here. For a downloadable copy of the article, click here.