The West Chicago Cultural Arts Commission reached out to the community earlier this year soliciting poetry for a public art display of yard signs that would convey thoughtful messages, spread encouragement, and lift spirits suffering from the fatigue of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, 39 Haiku yard signs were delivered and installed for […]
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director Dr. Robert Redfield says masks are one of the most powerful weapons we have in the fight against COVID-19. Wearing a mask when you’re in public, combined with social distancing and frequent hand washing, are actions we can all take to help slow the spread. Learn more. El Director […]
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Farmers markets are open, offering a variety of freshly picked fruit and vegetables, giving an enhancement of flavor. However, at times I find my eyes are bigger than my stomach. A head of broccoli or cauliflower is too much for a single person. Now, I know some use the canning method to preserve their garden […]
Move with the Mayor Photo Contest: People who submit a selfie, picture, or video of themselves or family being physically active during the months of August and September will be entered into a random drawing for a $25 gift card to Dick Pond Athletics, Inc. The City will also share them on our website and social media […]
A Pop-up Art Supply Distribution in honor of McCormick Day, will take place at Gallery 200, 203 Main Street in downtown West Chicago on Saturday, August 1, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. FREE gift bags of art supplies will be given out while supplies last. The day marks the birthday of Cantigny Park’s […]
The July meeting of the West Chicago Garden Club brought members to the Kruse House Gardens, located at 527 Main Street, for an evening of beauty and fellowship. The garden aficionados were not disappointed as the plants and shrubs throughout the property were at their peak and created a lovely backdrop for a leisurely stroll. […]
The City of West Chicago, Illinois is seeking an individual with strong communication and organizational skills to serve as an Account Clerk for the Administrative Services Department. The position performs a variety of technical and clerical accounting duties involving customer service support, record keeping and transaction processing including accounts payable, utility billing, daily bank transactions […]
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Residents aren’t the only ones attracted to two new pollinator gardens installed at Reed-Keppler Park located at 201 W. National Street and Don Earley Park, at 840 E. Washington Street. The gardens which are in their first year are taking shape, and are already attracting monarch butterflies. Superintendent of Parks, Michael Gasparini came up with […]
Reading is such a good pastime. It opens up new vistas as there are many choices of books, but also choices that technology offers. Whether one is interested in cooking, math, science, history, language, gardening, hobbies, trains, carpentry, a myriad of subjects are available. For some of us, we need to hold the book, magazine […]
The agenda will be posted when it becomes available. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, those wishing to attend public meetings of the Civil Service Commission are welcome to do so at City Hall. You may attend in person to listen to the audio of the meeting, or via teleconference from home or another location on the […]
08.10.20.Packet.Dev During the COVID-19 Pandemic, those wishing to attend public meetings of the Development Committee are welcome to do so at City Hall. You may attend in person to listen to the audio of the meeting, or via teleconference from home or another location on the Zoom app. Downloading Zoom from zoom.us will provide the […]