Village Hall Closed to Public & link to COVID-19 Updates
See more information on the Village of Bartlett Health & Safety webpage, which is being updated regularly with new information from the Illinois Department of Public Health, the governor's office, DuPage County Health Department and other public health agencies, such as FEMA's new website below:
New FEMA Coronavirus Rumor Control website: https://www.fema.gov/coronavirus-rumor-control
April 1, 2020 -- Following the advice of leading health experts, Governor JB Pritzker on 3/20/2020 signed a statewide stay at home order to keep new cases of COVID-19 from rapidly increasing and ensuring the state’s health care system remains fully operational to treat patients in need of urgent care. The order became effective on Saturday, 3/21 and originally was to go through April 7.
The governor announced in his daily press conference on 3/31 that the state’s stay-at-home order will be extended through the end of April to stop the spread of COVID-19. The executive order also will extend the state’s disaster proclamation and ban on classroom learning through April 30. Pritzker has committed to periodically evaluating the date as time goes on to see if it should be extended or lifted early.
All first responders, emergency management personnel, law enforcement personnel, health care workers and others working to support Essential Businesses and Essential Government Functions like grocery stores and pharmacies are exempt from this stay at home order.
The governor’s action formalizes his calls for Illinoisans to stay at home as much as possible aside from meeting their basic needs. According to the governor you can still go to the grocery store and pharmacy, visit a health care provider, put gas in your car, go for a walk or hike, etc. Click on the link below to see the full order:
The Village of Bartlett will comply with the Governor’s order by ensuring the continuation of essential municipal operations and services while also providing for the health, safety and welfare of Village employees, residents and the business community.
Accordingly, Bartlett Village Hall will continue to be CLOSED to the general public until further notice and will be operating with a modified staff. Village Hall employees who are able to work from home have been directed to do so.
For essential services, staff will be available by phone, email or through the Village's GORequest system (access the GORequest system on your smartphone or other electronic device for free by searching “GORequest” in the Apple app store or on Google Play. You can also access it using the Contact Us webpage).
Finance/Main Office: 630-837-0800
Planning & Development: 630-540-5940/630-540-5920
Public Works: 630-540-0811
Please Use the Drop Box in the Village Hall Parking Lot for water bills, permits and other correspondence as needed.
Thank you for your patience as the Village takes these precautions to keep municipal staff and community members safe during this time.
The Village has increased surface cleanings, especially door handles and railings, service counters, work stations and computer stations at municipal facilities and is practicing social distancing during meetings. It is recommended that residents use the following measures to stay healthy and limit the potential spread of COVID-19:
• Wash hands frequently
• Avoid close contact with others, especially those who are sick
• Stay home when sick
• Cover coughs and sneezes
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
• Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces and objects