Village of Bartlett, Illinois  •  228 S. Main St. •  Bartlett, IL 60103  •  630.837.0800  •  www.village.bartlett.il.us
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Village of Bartlett
228 S. Main Street
Bartlett, IL 60103
630-837-0800

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Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday - Main Office
9 a.m. to noon
Closed Sunday

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Bartlett is a community all are proud to call home. We are a Village that values our past, cherishes our present and works together to thoughtfully plan for the future.

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Traffic Advisory for 10/25 - Halloween Fun Fest Parade
The 6th annual Heritage Days Halloween Fun Fest Parade is scheduled for Saturday, 10/25 at 10 a.m. Hundreds of children will be participating in this free Halloween costume parade starting from the Village Hall parking lot and finishing at Banbury Fair.  The tentative parade route is as follows:

  • North on S. Main Street from the Village Hall Parking Lot
  • West on Railroad Avenue from S. Main Street
  • Finish at Banbury Fair located at 211 Railroad Avenue


Please be cautious around costumed children and parents walking in the street during the parade. Motorists and residents who live along the parade route might experience slight traffic delays during the parade.

 

Halloween Trick-or-Treat
Bartlett has set Halloween trick-or-treat hours for 3 to 7 p.m. on Friday, October 31. Please remember to turn on your porch light if you will be passing out Halloween candy.

bucket of Halloween candyThe Bartlett Police Department encourages parents to accompany children or have them go out with a large group of friends and to stay in their immediate neighborhoods. It also is a good idea for children to carry glow sticks or flashlights when trick-or-treating during the evening hours and only go to homes where the porch light is on.

Trick-or-treaters should always walk on the sidewalk. If there are no sidewalks, walk on the left side of the road, facing traffic. Motorists are reminded to drive carefully and watch out for children crossing the roadways.

Costumes are a fun part of this holiday but only if worn safely. Costumes should be simple, flame resistant and, if possible, light-colored. Reflective tape can be added for extra visibility. Plan to use non-allergenic makeup instead of masks, and keep wigs and hats well off the face. Finally, children are reminded to bring their Halloween candy home and to have an adult examine all treats before eating.

 

DuPage County Water Quality Survey
DuPage County Stormwater Management is encouraging residents and business owners to complete a brief survey regarding water quality in the County’s waterways. Stormwater Management is conducting the survey to measure public awareness of stormwater runoff and its effect on local streams and rivers. In an effort to attain healthier waterways nationwide, public education about water quality is among activities mandated by the Clean Water Act. Responses will be used to create and modify water quality outreach materials, which are aimed at educating residents on ways to reduce pollution in the County’s waterways. The end goal is to make local rivers and streams supportive of both aquatic life and recreational uses. The survey is available through the end of November at www.surveymonkey.com/s/dpcwaterquality.

 

CN Public Inquiry Phone Line
Canadian National Railroad has a Public Inquiry telephone line that is available to Bartlett residents who may have questions or concerns related to the company's trains traveling through the Village. Residents can call 1-888-888-5909 or by email at contact@cn.ca. Reporting to CN by phone or email triggers an internal reporting and tracking measure that ensures that issues will be logged in and followed-up upon. 

 

Free Parking
Downtown Welcome SignAs a reminder to our residents, shoppers, and diners, parking at the Metra Commuter Lot is FREE after 6:00 pm on weekdays. Parking is also FREE on Saturday and Sunday.

 

 

 

 

GoRequest, Bartlett's New Citizen Request System
Now, it’s easier than ever to contact the Village of Bartlett. GORequest, Bartlett’s new citizen request management system, helps you find useful information, submit a request for Village services and check the status of your requests at your convenience, day or night.

GoRequest logoWhen you click on the GORequest logo, you’ll see a dynamic FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) list on a wide range of topics, which may answer your question immediately.

GORequest also lets you enter a service request using simple pull-down menus. A mobile application is available to residents who want to submit requests from an Android device, iPhone or iPad. (read more...)

 

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