Cable services that are available in Arlington Heights include:
- AT&T U-Verse or DirecTV. Check availability for your neighborhood at AT&T or call 800.288.2020.
- Comcast | Xfinity. Visit Comcast Xfinity or call 800.266.2278.
- WideOpenWest. Visit WOW or call 866.496.9669.
The Village's Government Access channel is on Channel 1 of AT&T; Channel 17 of Comcast; and Channel 6 of WOW.Health Screenings
Health Screening clinics are offered through the Health & Human Services Department and include screenings for hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, and TB. The Health & Human Services Department also manages the influenza vaccination program. Visit our Health, Human & Disability Services
page for a list of all services offered.Public Safety Services
A strong and prosperous community begins with engaged and protected residents, and the Village of Arlington Heights takes the safety of our residents and community seriously. Learn about the things we are doing for Emergency Management and Fire Prevention, Safety & Education. We also offer CPR classes and a Citizens Policy Academy, and encourage you to sign up for Citizen Alerts and Citizen Observer through Reverse 9-1-1.
Sign-up for Arlington Alert
and receive emergency alerts about imminent threats to safety and health such as critical police activity, fires, gas leaks, floods, etc.
Learn more about the Public Safety Services
provided for the community by the Village. And we truly welcome your feedback! If you have any suggestions as to additional services you'd like to see offered for the community, please contact us
The Arlington Heights Senior Center, located at 1801 W. Central Road, serves people age 55 and over. Amenities include an indoor walking trail, woodshop, cafe, computer lab, reading room, billiards, gift shop, a lending closet of durable medical equipment and the Arlington Athletic Club. Various programs, informational speeches, tax help and entertaining movies & events are also offered. Services are also provided to homebound senior citizens. Please visit our Senior Center
page to learn more.The Village Online
The Village offers several platforms to keep up with news, events and happenings. Keep up with the latest news by visiting our What's New
page, and Get Connected
to us to view the Village calendar, sign up for our e-newsletter, or follow us on social media...you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor, and Instragram.
And we are really excited with our latest online venture - - Arlington@Work
! Do you see a troubled tree? A street light out or a rogue water spout?? With Arlington@Work
, you can submit any issue you come across on our Citizen Request Form. Powered by SeeClickFix with geo-tracking technology, you can upload a picture of the problem and we will receive the coordinates to help us get the problem resolved faster.Village Board Meetings
Regular meetings of the Board are held on the first and third Monday of each month at 8 p.m. in the Board Room, located on the third floor of Village Hall. The Board also typically meets as a Committee-of-the-Whole the second Monday of the month to help expedite business matters by discussing them in-depth. The Village Board
meetings are shown live on the Government Access channel and are re-broadcast several times a day until the next meeting. Board meetings can also be viewed online
as well as Board minutes and agendas.