Our Community

You can always find your place in Arlington Heights! Our community offers everyone a strong sense of place that is built from its vibrancy, active lifestyle and spirit.

Our community offers a lot for everyone. There is our walkable downtown that is an entertainment destination that includes a unique blend of stores, movie theater and a live performance theater, along with a full menu of restaurant options.  You can also enjoy heading out on bike paths throughout our community, spend a leisurely day in one of the many outstanding parks,  work on your golf swing at the Park District's golf courses and driving range, walk around beautiful Lake Arlington, take a class or get involved in a program at the nationally recognized Arlington Heights Memorial Library, or check out the programs and exhibits at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum.  There's plenty of activities for Senior Citizens to enjoy as well at the Arlington Heights Senior Center.

Your Village government is committed to providing exceptional services and being responsive our community. The over 75,000 residents of Arlington Heights  deserve, including Police, Fire, Public Works, water and sewer, health services, infrastructure maintenance, the building of new developments and the resurfacing of streets.

News
Holiday Happenings @ Harmony Park, December 7
Holiday Happenings @ Harmony Park will be held on Friday, December 7, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Remember to Pack the Park around 6 p.m. for the Village's first video holiday greeting!... Read More
Holiday Happenings @ Harmony Park, December 7
Horses are ready for the horse-drawn trolley rides.
Q & A Regarding Proposed 2019 Budget
The Village invited residents to submit questions regarding the proposed 2019 Budget. The questions received and corresponding answers are provided in this news article. Thank you to all who sent in their questions. ... Read More
Q & A Regarding Proposed 2019 Budget
Financial Graphics
Fire Chief Kenneth Koeppen Announces Retirement Effective November 15, 2018
Fire Chief Ken Koeppen announces his retirement after more than 38 years of service to the Village of Arlington Heights. He served as Fire Chief for the past 4 years.... Read More
Fire Chief Kenneth Koeppen Announces Retirement Effective November 15, 2018
Fire Chief Ken Koeppen
Celebrate Annual Tree Lighting on November 23, 4 p.m.
Come one and all and celebrate with us at the annual Tree Lighting event held on Friday, November 23 at 4 p.m. at North School Park, Eastman and Arlington Heights Road!... Read More
Celebrate Annual Tree Lighting on November 23, 4 p.m.
Tree Lighting Event