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Arlington Heights wants residents, businesses and people who work here to stay connected with us and to be engaged in our community. Citizen engagement can help us improve the delivery and quality of public services. It can strengthen the relationship between the Village leaders and staff with the residents and businesses we serve, resulting in tangible improvements in people's lives. We ask residents and local businesses to connect with us to address issues, provide input and work alongside us in advancing common goals.  

Take an opportunity to sign up for alerts of news and meetings, or use some of the online tools we have in place for you to reach out to us, including the Citizen Request Form, Contact Us, our social media, or any surveys that we may place online.

 

News
Library, Village Discuss Future of Belmont Ave. Building
An informational meeting with officials from both the library and Village is scheduled for Wednesday, February 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the Buechner Room of Village Hall to discuss future plans of 112 N. Belmont Avenue.... Read More
Library, Village Discuss Future of Belmont Ave. Building
Former Teen Center Building
Police Department Needs Your Vote in Video Challenge
Local High Schools were challenged to create a Public Service Announcement video on the dangers of speeding. The Police Department asks the community to vote on their favorite video by January 25.... Read More
Police Department Needs Your Vote in Video Challenge
SAVE Video Challenge
Village Hall Closed Monday, January 21
Village Hall will be closed on Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.... Read More
Village Hall Closed Monday, January 21
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Reminders on Managing Snow Removal
Snow is in the forecast. Here are some helpful reminders regarding snow removal.... Read More
Reminders on Managing Snow Removal