About Arlington Heights

The Village is one of the top 15 largest municipalities in Illinois, featuring a unique blend of old and new. It’s a progressive community that people are proud to call home and where young families like to establish their roots for generations to come. It’s a community that offers vibrancy and interest.

Arlington Heights is an attractive destination for homebuyers, shoppers, businesses and visitors with its dynamic economy, award-winning schools, library, park district, a highly acclaimed Northwest Community Hospital.

Since its beginnings in the 1800s, Arlington Heights remains a steady, reliable, efficient and fiscally responsible community with an overriding goal to be responsive to the needs of residents and businesses. Thanks to the Historical Society for the picture of Meyer's Pond, circa early 1900s. 

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2022 Vehicle Sticker Featuring Frank White
The Village of Arlington Heights is proud to announce the 2022 Vehicle Sticker will feature Frank White, charter member of the first all-volunteer fire department in Arlington Heights.... Read More about 2022 Vehicle Sticker Featuring Frank White
2022 Vehicle Sticker Featuring Frank White
Refuse Collection Changes Due to Labor Day
Groot refuse collection will be delayed one day due to the Labor Day Holiday.... Read More about Refuse Collection Changes Due to Labor Day
Refuse Collection Changes Due to Labor Day
Public Art Competition: Kensington Pedestrian Underpass
The Kensington Road pedestrian underpass located east of Village Hall was vandalized in the past with racist graffiti. A resident approached the Village with an idea for an inclusive mural for this area and over the past several months the Village A... Read More about Public Art Competition: Kensington Pedestrian Underpass
Public Art Competition: Kensington Pedestrian Underpass
Future of the Arlington Heights Senior Center
Learn how other communities are enhancing and creating new spaces for senior adults and the community.... Read More about Future of the Arlington Heights Senior Center
Future of the Arlington Heights Senior Center