The Concert area will have a designated, labeled, Standing-Room Only area. At the Village Green this area is located on the north side of the stage, at Rotary Green this area is located south of the stage in the Lions Park parking lot.
Standing is NOT permitted in the aisles.
- No smoking is permitted at Village events, which includes all concerts in the Summer Concert Series.
Tuesday, July 4
"4 on the 4th"
The Guess Who
Independence Day Concert at Rotary Green(164 Lions Drive)
Lions Club 4th of July fireworks display will follow the concert.
Tuesday, July 11
Creedence Clearwater Revisited Tuesday night concert on the Village Green (901 Wellington Ave)
Tuesday, July 18
Rodney Atkins Tuesday night concert on the Village Green (901 Wellington Ave)
Tuesday, July 26
Kool & the Gang
Tuesday night concert on the Village Green (901 Wellington Ave).
Announcement of the winner of the "Vette for the Vets" Car Raffle will take place after the concert.
The Independence Day Concert on Tuesday, July 4, will be located at Rotary Green, 164 Lions Drive, east of Lions Park.
The Tuesday night concerts on July 11, 18, and 25 will be located on the Village Green at 901 Wellington Avenue.
- For the safety, comfort and convenience of attendees, the Village no longer allows tables, tarps, construction tape, blankets, towels or any similar ground coverings at the concert. Sun umbrellas and grills are also prohibited. Chairs and coolers are welcome and encouraged.
Tuesday night concerts on the Village Green (July 11, 18 & 25) - chair setup will be permitted beginning at 3pm.
Independence Day Concert (July 4) - chair setup will be permitted beginning at 8 am.
Please be courteous and respectful of other patrons as you set up your chairs and note that chairs are not permitted in the marked aisles. While you are welcome to set up your chairs and return later in the day, the Village is not responsible for lost, stolen or moved items.
Parking for the Tuesday night concerts on the Village Green (July 11, 18 & 25) is available at the following locations:
Elk Grove Park District Pavilion (1000 Wellington Ave)
Admiral Byrd School (265 Wellington Ave)
Salt Creek School (65 John F. Kennedy Blvd)
Alexian Brothers Medical Center, Eberle Parking Garage (804 Biesterfield Road)
Handicapped parking is available at the Elk Grove Village Public Library (1001 Wellington Avenue), which can be accessed from the Elk Grove Town Center lot to the east.
On-street parking is also plentiful around the venue location. We encourage those attendees who reside near the Village Green to walk to minimize vehicle traffic in the area.
Parking for the Independence Day Concert (July 4) is available at the following locations:
Elk Grove High School
Grove Junior High (773 W Elk Grove Boulevard)
Queen of the Rosary Church (680 W Elk Grove Boulevard)
Salt Creek School (65 John F. Kennedy Boulevard)
Ridge Family Learning Center (650 Ridge Ave)
Hattendorf Center (225 E Elk Grove Boulevard)
Clearmont School (280 Clearmont Drive)
Audobon Park (300 E Elk Grove Boulevard)
Morton Park (957 Brantwood Avenue)
Limited handicap parking is available at Queen of the Rosary Church (680 W Elk Grove Boulevard)
On-street parking is limited to one side of the street in the vicinity of the event and street parking will be prohibited on Elk Grove Boulevard. We encourage attendees who reside nearby to walk to minimize vehicle traffic in the area.Please click here for a map of parking locations at Rotary Green.
- At all concerts, food and drink will be available at an affordable price for the family. No alcohol will be sold at the concert.
- Yes! Concert attendees are welcome to bring in their food and drink from home, or buy food from nearby eateries and bring it in. Any food brought in should be ready to eat--cooking food on-site will not be permitted.
While no alcohol will be sold at the concert, attendees are permitted to bring in alcoholic drinks. We encourage guests to enjoy the concerts responsibly in a manner that will not disrupt other patrons.
For the July 4 and 17 concerts, please note that no alcohol is permitted on school property, which includes the Elk Grove High School Fields across the street from the concert.
- Dogs are permitted on public property, but per village ordinance they must be on a leash at all times. Please remember that there will be a large crowd and loud concert, which may cause distress to your pet. Please consider the safety and comfort of your pet and other concert attendees as you make your plans. If a problem arises, you will be asked to remove your dog from the premises.
Pet owners in Elk Grove Village who lose their pets are encouraged to report the missing pet to the Police Information Center at (847) 357-4100. The Information Center maintains an animal log of pets reported missing and immediately contact pet owners when an animal with a matching description is found or spotted in the Village. Pets that are captured with no ability to contact the owner are sent to Golf Rose Animal Hospital in Schaumburg.
Residents are also encouraged to report pets seen lost to the Information Center in an effort to reunite them with their owners. Officers are trained to use equipment that retrieves encoded information from microchipped pets to identify the owner of the animal. Officers can also obtain owner information from county rabies tags.
Some additional steps that may help you locate your lost pet include:
• Contact local animal shelters and animal control agencies. File a lost pet report with shelters within a 50-mile radius of your home and visit the nearest shelters, if possible.
• Search the neighborhood. Walk or drive through your neighborhood several times each day. Ask neighbors, letter carriers and delivery people if they have seen your pet. Hand out a recent photograph and contact information.
• Advertise. Post notices at grocery stores, community centers, veterinary offices and pet supply stores. As a reminder, signs are not permitted on Village parkways, medians, streetlights, traffic signals, Village-owned signs, or trees. It may seem harmless to tape signage such as lost pet notices, but tape and other materials cause significant damage to painted poles and offenders may be responsible for repair or replacement costs and fines.
• Try the Internet. In addition to spreading the word on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, there are a number of sites available for locating lost pets, including: Center for Lost Pets (www.thecenterforlostpets.com), Craigslist (www.craigslist.org) and Lost Pet USA (www.lostpetusa.net).
• Beware of pet-recovery scams. When talking to a stranger who claims to have found your pet, ask him to describe the pet thoroughly before you offer any information. Be particularly wary of people who insist that you give or wire them money for the return of your pet.
Remember that a pet—even an indoor pet—has a better chance of being returned if she always wears a collar and an ID tag with your name, address and telephone number and/or microchips.
The Building Division conducts inspections on all projects subject to permits throughout the Village. Inspections are conducted to ensure proper code compliant installations are provided to help maintain the welfare and safety of our community’s customers, tenants, owners, and residents. The inspection types performed by the Building department include:
- Footing/Foundation/Post holes
- Pre-Pour Slab (Garage/Basement/House)
- Drain tile
- Electrical Service
- Above ceiling Insulation
- Final (Building/Electrical/Mechanical/Plumbing)
The Elk Grove Engineering Division handles a multitude of inspections from major infrastructure improvements to private home improvements. The types of inspections conducted by the Engineering Division include the installation or repair of sanitary sewers, storm sewers and watermains, roadway repair or reconstruction, industrial and commercial site improvements, as well as exterior home improvements such as driveway, aprons and patios.
- Every business engaged in retail sales of any product is required to be licensed per the Elk Grove Municipal Code. Additionally, certain other businesses including day care centers, hotels, food caterers and retail establishments require a license. All food, beverage and cigarette vending machines as well as coin-operated amusement/musical devices must also display a valid license.
The annual fee for a business license covers the cost of making inspections necessary to safeguard public safety, health and welfare. Business licenses are valid for a period of one-year and are due annually no later than June 1. For more information on how to complete and submit a business license visit the Business License webpage or call (847) 439-3900.
The Office of Business Development & Marketing manages and administers the Village’s business development initiatives which include:
Marketing, revitalization and redevelopment activities: The Village, on average, approves 22 Cook County Class 6b property tax exemptions each year. Businesses in the industrial park seeking financial assistance enhancing their building's frontal exterior may inquire about the Village's facade improvement fund.
Business outreach, retention and attraction. In 2015, the Village launched a marketing campaign promoting the Village as an attractive business environment, the campaign is dubbed Makers Wanted. Businesses interested in moving into the Village are also encouraged to use the Properties Listing site provided by the Village. Another valuable resource for prospective, new or existing businesses is EGVBizHub, which contains a virtual business directory, and information to assist with permit processing, among other useful details.
Overall enhancement of the economic viability of the community: The annual Made in Elk Grove Manufacturing & Technology Expo showcases the diversity in manufacturing of the Industrial Park while improving relations within the business community, and between the business community and Village.
The office works independently under the general direction of the Village Manager by representing and promoting Village interests with organizations currently within and outside of the Village’s jurisdiction. The office has an ex-officio seat on the Board of Directors of the Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce and works closely with the Greater O’Hare Association and Meet Chicago Northwest Convention Bureau.
For other resources such as a business guide, Elk Grove book, etc. visit the Business Development page. FOr more information, please contact the Director of Business Development and Marketing at (847) 357-4005 with any questions or comments you may have.
- Yes, the Community Services office offers assistance including a limited, one time financial assistance for residents facing eviction, utility disconnection and other limited financial hardships. Funding is provided through the Salvation Army and the Elk Grove Interfaith Council. A personal interview and review of financial criteria are required.
The Elk Grove Village Food Pantry is also available for needy individuals or families program. The Pantry is provided by the Elk Grove Presbyterian Church and is located at 600 E. Elk Grove Boulevard, Elk Grove Village. Persons wishing to make donations to the Pantry may do so by calling ahead to 847-437-2878.
Additionally, assistance with applying for Public Aid benefits, Social Security Benefits, and Circuit Breaker is available among other programs and resources. If you are in need of assistance with providing food for your family, or obtaining financial help, please call the Community Service Office at 847-357-4120.
- The Village regulates the maintenance of private property in order to uphold the health and safety of the community and monitors activity considered to be a nuisance and sustains the nuisance wherein it generally:
- Interferes the property rights of others
- Harm, damages, or acts as an inconvenience to others with respect to their health, comfort, repose or safety or with respect to the free use and comfortable enjoyment of their property
- Creates or causes a deleterious effect on the property of others with respect to property value or economic depreciation.
Specific property-related nuisances prohibited by the Village are:
- Emission of offensive odors which taint the air, render it unwholesome or make the air unsafe to the surrounding environment
- Permitting debris, litter or improper yard waste collection
- Stagnant water: any accumulation of water including, but not limited to, ponds, drainage ditches, basins or low surface level areas in which water is likely to accumulate and not drain freely, which stagnant or standing water is likely to enhance or promote the breeding of mosquitoes or other annoying insects or which is generally unhealthy or unsafe.
- Pollution: to cause to be polluted the atmosphere, any waterway, stream, lake, pond, storm sewer or ground so as to render unsanitary, unsafe or dangerous to the health and well being of any person or animal, fish or fowl coming in contact with said polluted air, water or ground within the Village.
- Dense smoke
- Permit any building, structure or place to remain in such a condition as to be dangerous to the public health in any way
- Knowingly or intentionally leave unused animal food or food waste outdoors to accumulate and become foul, putrid, and offensive in odor, or become an attractant to rodents, nuisance birds, wild animals, vermin or insects. Above-ground bird feeders are allowed as long as all feed is placed in a container or feeder designed for the specific purpose of feeding birds.
- Burn any leaves, paper, rubbish or other substances upon any private property or upon any public streets, sidewalks or other public areas in the Village.
Yes. Any person to permit any debris, litter or yard waste to scatter, accumulate or remain on any property under his/her control or on any public street, building or ground--or throw or deposit any litter, debris or yard waste on any public or private property within the Village is prohibited.
Debris and litter includes garbage, trash, junk, animal droppings or other substances which may attract rodents and vermin and may contain infectious germs or may endanger the health and safety of village residents. Yard waste includes accumulations of grass or shrubbery cuttings, leaves, tree limbs and other materials accumulated as the result of the maintenance of lawns, shrubbery, vines and trees.
Compostable materials such as grass trimmings, wood waste, leaves, weeds and other garden refuse properly placed in a compost pile are not considered debris or litter. Retail operators are also required to comply with these standards. Persons found in violation are notified by the Village.
- Every owner, or agent or occupant, of any house, building, or apartment in the Village that produces garbage must maintain suitable and sufficient containers for use as receptacles for domestic garbage or refuse collection. Containers should have a close fitting top or be capable of being tightly closed by tying or securing the top.
Refuse containers can only be placed at a public parkway, street, alley or public way for the purpose of being emptied after 6:00 p.m. the day before pick-up and then removed before 7:00 p.m. the scheduled day of pick-up and no such garbage or refuse should be so placed that it can be blown about or scattered by the wind. On days other than collection days, all garbage and refuse, and recycling containers shall be kept in the garage or in a reasonable location within the side or rear yard of any lot; no such containers should be stored or maintained within the front yard area of any lot. Any person found in violation of these regulations are subject to penalties.
All landscape waste should be disposed of in accordance to the guidelines provided. All residents are required to place official landscape waste disposal stickers on all containers which contain landscape waste. Containers which do not have the landscape waste disposable sticker located will not be collected.
For more information on refuse collection in the Village click here.
- Grass or weeds measuring over 6 inches on occupied property, including the area located between the property line and the curb or edge of roadway, are considered a nuisance and therefore unlawful for property ownership to maintain. Vacant properties must maintain grass or weeds at or under 8 inches.
Property owners must abate the nuisance within 7 days of when first reported.
Requests for production of records can be submitted to the Village Clerk using the Village of Elk Grove Freedom of Information Request Form. Click here to use the online form.
For more information about how the Village processes FOIA requests, or to download a pdf request form for fax, mail or e-mail use, please click here.
The Village does not maintain all the roadways within Village limits.
Cook County has the responsibility for plowing and maintaining the following roads:
•Arlington Heights Road (south of Higgins)
•Plum Grove Road
If you experience hazardous conditions on these roads, including any type of road damage, please call the County at 397-4145 or 485-7130.
The State of Illinois has the responsibility of plowing and maintaining the following roads:
•Arlington Heights Road (north of Higgins)
•Rohlwing Road (south of Biesterfield)
•Higgins Road (Route 72)
If you experience hazardous conditions on these roads, including any type of road damage, please call the State at 439-0100 or 705-4222.
Effective May 1st through September 30th of each year, the Village restricts the use of water for outdoor purposes. All residential property owners are permitted to water outdoors between 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday.
Please note, there are no water restrictions in effect for Memorial Day, the Fourth of July or Labor Day.
The Tornado Warning is a steady siren tone for 3 minutes from the Village’s strategically located Emergency Siren System. The steady siren tone for 3 minutes means the National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Warning for the Elk Grove Village area, or there has been confirmed sighting of a funnel cloud or Tornado within the Elk Grove Village Area.
This warning siren is not to be confused with the Park District’s Lightning Prediction System siren that sounds for 15 seconds only, and sounds from smaller, less powerful siren systems in Park District properties throughout the Village. The Lightning Prediction System activates automatically when atmospheric conditions indicate the possibility of lightning in the area. This Lightning Prediction System will also sound an “All Clear” signal of three short blasts, two seconds apart, when conditions indicate no further threat of lightning in the area. There is no “All Clear” signal sounded from the Emergency Siren System following a Tornado Warning.
- Waste Management does not pick-up refuse on New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas Day. If your refuse collection day falls on one of these holidays, Waste Management will collect it the following day (ie: If your collection day is Friday, July 4, Waste Management will pick-up your refuse on Saturday, July 5).
- Yard waste pick-up begins April 1st and extends through December 15th of each year.
- Trick or Treating is permitted on October 31 between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
On May 11, 2004 the Village Board adopted changes to the Village's existing Curfew law. Changes were required so that the Village could comply with recent Federal Court decisions and also be in compliance with surrounding communities.
Per the amended ordinance: It shall be unlawful for any person under 17 years of age to be upon any public way, public place, street, establishment or roadway during the following times:
Between 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Saturday;
Between 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Sunday; and
Between 11:01 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday inclusive and 6:00 a.m. on the following day.
Before issuing a citation or making an arrest, a police officer shall ask the apparent offender's age and reason that offender is in a public place, establishment or other prohibited location. No citation or arrest will be issued unless the officer reasonably believes that an offense has occurred.
Any person violating this provision shall be subject to a fine no less than $25 nor more than $500 for each offense.
O'Hare noise complaints can be reported online or by phone to the O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission. Please be prepared to provide the time of the loud aircraft noise event as well as your name and address when calling.O'Hare Noise Hotline
Phone: (800) 435-9569
Report Airport Noise Online
O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission
P.O. Box 1126
Des Plaines, IL 60017-1126
FAX (773) 462-1565
Jeanette Camacho, Executive Director
Phone: (773) 686-3198
Elk Grove Village is a member of the Meet Chicago Northwest Convention and Visitor's Bureau. Residents and travelers are encouraged to take advantage of promotions offered by the Bureau through their web site.
The Finance Department handles all service requests concerning water and sewer service in the Village. The Utility Billing division may be reached at (847) 357-4060. Please contact if:
- You need to activate your water service
- You need to terminate your water service
- Your having problems with your water meter
- Other water/sewer related inquiries
Property owners that wish to terminate service must contact the Village to schedule a final water meter reading. The final meter read must be scheduled at least 3 days prior to the final read. Property owners should also ensure that correct tenant and owner information is recorded for all rental properties in Elk Grove Village.
If service is terminated due to non-payment, property owners must pay the delinquent utility bill in addition to a $75 administrative fee prior to establishing service again.
In an effort to properly account for all water consumed by customers in Elk Grove Village, the Village installs water meters in all homes, businesses, schools, and government buildings within the Village. Water consumption is billed bi-monthly. Billing for all water consumption indirectly results in conservation as residents and businesses are only charged for what they consume.
Please Note: Inside the water meter is the meter of record. Periodic comparisons of readings should be made to ensure accuracy of the outside reader. If a discrepancy is noted, please contact Utility Billing at (847) 357-4060.
The revenue from water and sewer fees is used to pay for the cost of the water purchased from JAWA (joint agency) as well as the maintenance and repair of the Village’s water and sewer system.
Signs can only be located on private property. Please do not post signs on utility poles or parkway trees. In addition, signs cannot be placed in the parkway (the area between the sidewalk and curb). Prior to placing a sign on someone else's property, please ask their permission.
Why do you need a permit? The permit process is needed to protect both you and the Village. It protects you from improper work done by contractors. Furthermore, it can save you money by making certain that all jobs are done correctly the first time so that they do not have to be redone to meet Village codes. Permits are required for Residential, Industrial and Commercial projects conducted within the Village. Permits may be applied for online at www.elkgrovepermits.com or in person at the Village of Elk Grove Municipal Complex at 901 Wellington Avenue, main level Community Development Department.
Residential permits are required for:
Water service repairs and new water service installations, burying sump pump lines, grading and earthwork, stoops, stairs, new residential, additions, remodels, new or alterations to framing/plumbing/electrical/HVAC, roofs, furnaces, air conditioners, water heaters/boilers, fire damage, signs, hot tubs, fire places/fire pits, rooftop units, large ground mounted satellite dishes, crawl spaces, and windows or doors if changing the size or location.
Business permits are required for:
Water and sewer service repairs, new water and sewer services, site work and grading, parking lot patching, sealcoating and striping, parking lot reconstructions, parking lot milling and resurfacing, new sidewalk and curb or replacements, new aprons, loading docks and driveways or replacements, roofs, new/alterations to framing/plumbing/electrical/HVAC, mezzanines, windows and doors if changing size or location, lawn sprinklers, spray booths, fire damage, stairs, water heaters/boilers, air conditioners and rooftop units, assessory structures, signs, fences, racking, low voltage, generators, cubicles (if utilizing new electric), ground mounted satellite dishes, and zoning occupancy permits.
Please review any of the applicable pamphlets we have on-line to assist in your development. Visit the Engineering Division or Building Division pages for more information. Should you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us at (847) 357-4220.
- Please refer to the Refuse and Recycling section of this web site for information concerning refuse, recycling, or yardwaste collection.
If further information is needed you may contact the Assistant Village Manager at (847) 357-4006.
The Village's overnight parking restrictions serve the community by:
Preventing Village Streets from becoming littered with abandoned or non-operational vehicles;
Assisting the Police Department in overnight street patrols;
and, Allowing for the removal of snow, or cleaning streets of snow from curb to curb during overnight winter operations.
If you have a temporary need to park your vehicle on the street overnight, please contact the Police Department at (847) 357-4100. Please be prepared to provide a description of the vehicle including license plate number when seeking permission to park overnight.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events are programmed and funded by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA). Each collection event is extremely costly, with one day collections approaching $100,000.
Because of the high cost, the IEPA attempts to spread collection dates across the State throughout the year. Please visit the IEPA website for more information on scheduled events and long-term collection facilities.
The Northwest Mosquito Abatement District is a special government with property taxing authority to address mosquito concerns in the northwest suburbs.
The Northwest Mosquito Abatement District takes a 3-prong approach:
Inspection and treatment of 5,500 water sources known to produce mosquitoes.
Misting between sunset and 12:30 a.m. to eliminate adult mosquitoes.
Eliminating mosquito hatching areas.
If you have questions, please contact the district at (847) 537-2306 or visit their website.
Elk Grove Village has a state-of-the-art, enhanced 9-1-1 system. If you need a Police Officer, Firefighter, or Paramedic to arrive at your location, please call 9-1-1 and the emergency service will be dispatched to you.
Comcast holds a non-exclusive franchise agreement with the Village to provide cable television services in the Village. In addition, AT&T offers its U-verse service to select areas of the community. Federal Law prohibits the Village from regulating cable television rates or prices.
To obtain contact information for Comcast or AT&T regarding cable service initiation, outages, burying of cable lines, adding/deleting services, billing, or similar matters, please click here.
The Municipal Complex is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. The Finance Counter of the Municipal Complex is open the first Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. until noon except for designated holiday weekends. The Department of Community Development counter is open the first Saturday of the month from 9:00 a.m. until noon during the months of May, June, July (except 4th of July weekend), August, and September.
In addition, the Village has a 24-hour drop box. Residents may pay water/sewer bills and purchase vehicle and pet licenses by mail or drop box. All drop box deposits are processed the same day they are received or the next business day if the deposit is made on a weekend or holiday. Licenses will be mailed back at no additional cost or inconvenience.
The Police Information Center counter is also available on a 24 hour basis.
Driveway aprons are private property. They allow access from the public street to the individuals' private driveway and garage. As private property, aprons are the financial responsibility of the individual homeowner for maintenance or replacement.
Many owners of older homes have driveway aprons which have sunken over time. In other cases, driveway aprons are attached to older "rolled" style curbs, which create a dip when entering or leaving the driveway. The Village offers a Private Participation Concrete Replacement Program to assist residents in addressing these concerns.
This program pools private concrete work with municipal work so residents can obtain the Village's competitive bid pricing. Any resident desiring to participate in the program can contact the Community Development Department at (847) 357-4220.
- If you are looking for demographic or statistical information on the Village, please click here.
The Elk Grove Post Office is a branch of the United States Federal Government. It is located at 611 Landmeier Road in Elk Grove Village. Please direct questions about the Post Office to them at (847) 439-5573.
The Elk Grove Park District owns and operates the parks and recreation programs in the Village including Rainbow Falls, Pavilion, and Fox Run Golf Course. The Park District is a separate entity from the Village. Please direct any questions about park programs to the Park District at (847) 437-8780. Visit the Elk Grove Park District website at: http://www.elkgroveparks.org.
Elk Grove Village has a formal sister city relationship with Termini Immerse, Sicily, Italy. Elk Grove Sister Cities administers this relationship as an independent, not-for-profit organization. Please visit their website for additional information.