The Village Public Services Department has multiple crews
working to pick-up parkway tree branches that fell during last week’s storm. Public Service crews project that it will take through the remainder of this week to complete removal. Thank you for your patience.
As part of the Central Tri-State Tollway I-294 Project, the existing pedestrian bridge that connects Western Springs and Hinsdale is being replaced. The Village, along with the Village of Western Springs are working together to determine the location of the new bridge. Click here
to take the survey.
Free leaf collection will begin the week of October 21 and run through the end of November. Leaves should be placed in kraft paper bags, and no waste sticker is required. Leaves can be left at the curb on your normal refuse pick-up day.
Please click here to view
the Village's Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan draft for calendar year 2020 through 2024.
Sterigenics announces plans to exit Willowbrook operations following approval from State and Illinois EPA to implement changes Read More
On Friday, September 13, the Tollway anticipates overnight left lane closures in both directions on I-294 from 55th to Salt Creek for shoulder work from 8pm-6am.
The Illinois Tollway is reconstructing the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway Bridge, which carries the triple-track railroad over the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) between Hinsdale and Western Springs, to accommodate the widening of the Central Tri-State Tollway (I-294).
Please be advised that Metra has announced several minor changes in the BNSF train line starting September 3.
DuPage County Circuit Court Judge Fullerton issued a favorable ruling for the Village of Hinsdale when he granted the Village of Hinsdale’s Motion to Intervene to become party to the lawsuit the Illinois Attorney General filed against Sterigenics in October 2018.
The Willowbrook area community and politicians are outraged over plans to re-open the Sterigenics plant after testing found it was emitting a cancer-causing chemical in the air in a radius around the plant.
The Illinois EPA has scheduled a formal public meeting to accept oral comments on a draft construction permit to place significant new controls on emissions at the Sterigenics US, LLC facility, located at 7775 Quincy Street in Willowbrook.
With significant road work activity in the vicinity of Hinsdale, the Engineering Department would like to share a few construction projects that may cause delays for Hinsdale residents.
The Desplaines Valley Mosquito Abatement routinely
monitors adult mosquito populations in Cook County for the presence of West Nile Virus, with the first positive sample for this season collected from their LaGrange trap this past weekend. Please click here
for additional information.
Hinsdale stands with Willowbrook in opposing reopening of Sterigenics
The Village of Hinsdale has been notified by the DuPage County Health Department, that mosquitos collected in one of the DuPage County’s traps have tested positive for the West Nile Virus. The trap is located near the intersection of East Walnut Street and North Elm Street.
On June 11, the Village Board passed a Village ordinance that requires all dogs on the public way shall be restrained at all times by way of a leash.
The 43rd Annual Hinsdale Farmers Market is open every Monday through October 14 in Burlington Park. Stop by between 7:00am-1:00pm to pick up fresh produce, cheese, bread, fish, fresh cut flowers, coffee, juice, oils and more!
The Brook Park pickleball courts, tennis courts and basketball courts are under construction. Please remain off the courts until they are completed.
On May 30, the Chicago Tribune released an article titled, Sterigenics created cancer risk ten times higher than federal EPA standards in Willowbrook.
Yard Waste collection will continue through the last week of November.
Illinois EPA has established a Sterigenics webpage that contains current information, a Q & A section, contact information, and other relevant documents and links. Read More.
The Desplaines Valley Mosquito Abatement routinely monitors adult mosquito populations in Cook County for the presence of West Nile Virus, with the first positive sample for this season collected from their LaGrange trap this past weekend. Please click here for more information.