located 21 miles west of Chicago, offers
natural beauty, hometown charm, and
a friendly community atmosphere. The
village serves as a great base for commerce,
education, and suburban living. You'll
find Hinsdale, Illinois is like a fresh
breath of air."
19 E. Chicago Ave, Hinsdale, IL 60521
Holiday Closure and Refuse Pick Up Delay
Due to the Memorial Day holiday, village offices will be closed on Monday, May 26th. Refuse service usually provided on Mondays will be picked up on Tuesday, May 27th. Thursday service will be provided on the normal service day.
Village of Hinsdale Office Hours Change
In an effort to increase service delivery and accessibility, the Village of Hinsdale is pleased to announce that beginning September 1, 2014, Hinsdale Village Hall hours of service will be adjusted and expanded by five hours per week.
Village offices will now be open from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The updated hours commence 30 minutes earlier and include the addition of service during the lunch hour, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. This change will enable residents and businesses to transact business with the Village in person on a schedule that is more accommodating to all.
The Village also reminds residents that the Hinsdale Police Department is now available to provide extended service for basic items. The Police Department is equipped to accept registration forms for Parks and Recreation programs, as well as payment for vehicle stickers, parking tickets, water bills, animal tags, business licenses and alarm invoices until 10:30 pm on weekdays, as well as from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturdays.
The Village of Hinsdale believes that the expanded service hours will provide a valuable amenity to residents and businesses that interact with the Village.
Pavement Grind & Resurfacing Schedule
Tuesday, 09/02/14, Orange Crush will be grinding:
S. Monroe from Seventh to Eighth
Tuesday, 09/02/14, Orange Crush will be paving:
N. Madison from Bonnie Brae to Ogden
N. Madison from Ogden to Warren Court
S. Adams from Hinsdale to Fourth
W. Chicago from Rte 83 to Stough
S. Stough from Chicago to Railroad
This schedule is weather dependent and is subject to change.
Innovative Parking Strategies for Hinsdale
to learn about the Village's efforts to improve downtown parking!
Notice of Pesticide Application
On or after September 8th, 2014 the Village of Hinsdale will apply chemical pesticides to control weeds at the following locations: Brook Park, Burlington Park, Dietz Park, Robbins Park, Stough Park and the Katherine Legge Lodge. Signs will be posted at each location indicating the time and date of the application.
TriPower Selective Herbicide (EPA Reg 228-262) will be used, which will be applied as a liquid spray or from a truck mounted boom. Please do not enter this area one day after application.
Health Safety Information relating to this chemical pesticide application will be made available at the Village Hall.
Fire Department Conducting Fire Hydrant Inspections
During the summer months you will notice members of the Hinsdale Fire Department inspecting fire hydrants through different sections of the Village. This inspecting process helps ensure that the nearly 900 fire hydrants in town are free and clear of any debris, not missing any parts, working properly and available for use if there is a fire emergency.
In the fall, the Fire Department and Department of Public Works will start flow testing fire hydrants, a process that will be broken down into phases. Phase one will include flow testing 25% of the nearly 900 fire hydrants. This proactive approach is part of an overall effort to better maintain the Village of Hinsdale's water system and is in compliance of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards and Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating criteria. Additional information about the flow testing process, will be available in the coming weeks.
If there is a fire hydrant in your parkway or near your property, the Fire Department urges residents to be diligent about helping maintain an open area of at least three feet around the fire hydrant. Please do not place anything that would restrict the visibility or access to the hydrant, such as garbage or recycling containers, yard waste, or planting flowers, trees or bushes. As always, we ask that you also follow Village ordinance by not parking in front of a fire hydrant by at least 25 feet in either direction.
Thank you for your cooperation. If there are any questions regarding this activity please feel free to contact the Hinsdale Fire Department at 630-789-7060.
Request for Proposals: Painting, Carpeting, High-Density Mobile Filing System
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Village of Hinsdale that proposals will be received for the purchase of Carpeting Replacement (1569), for Building Painting (1570), and for Mechanical Assist High-Density Mobile Filing System (1571). Click here for Request for Proposal.
Second walk-through being made available on Friday, August 29th at 9:00 am.
Got Cameras? Let us know..
The Hinsdale Police Department has launched a new initiative, "Block Watch".
This program has been developed to aid investigators in quickly locating residents that may have cameras near the scene of a crime. Home cameras will help us catch criminals, especially burglars that have been breaking into homes nearby.
Click here for details
Sign up for BLOCK WATCH here
Oak Street Bridge Reconstruction Project
The Oak Street Bidge Reconstruction Project website can be seen