Kane County is offering a free pumpkin recycling event this year to help reduce waste. Click on the attached for more information.View/Download PDF
Employment applications can be found by clicking the FORMS AND APPLICATIONS link ---> ADMINISTRATIONView/Download PDF
The East Dundee Police Department offers tips to promote safety and to protect children. Click link to read more.View/Download PDF
The Annual Water Report, which was mailed to residents, outlines results of tests done to check the levels of a variety of contaminants found in residential drinking water. The Village resampled lead and copper during the last six months of 2015 and found that the Village meets safe limits of the lead and copper rule set by Federal and State agencies. Click link to read more.View/Download PDF
Electronic Recycling is provided to East Dundee residents at no charge. Residents can drop off old TVs, computers, printers, scanners, VCRs, etc. at the Public Works facility located at 448 Elgin Ave from 7am-2:30pm, Monday-Friday. Items MUST be placed inside the dumpster. For all other Kane County residents, please go to www.countyofkane.org/recycling for drop off locations. Please note the dumping of non-electronic items is prohibited and will be under video surveillance. Proof of residency at location will be required for drop off. Thank you for helping keep East Dundee clean!
READ OUR LATEST ISSUE OF OUR COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER Get all the current information regarding community events; water quality; downtown parking; outdoor burning and more. Click hereView/Download PDF
Sign up to receive emergency alerts from the Village. Whether it’s gas leaks; water main breaks; street closures or boil orders – you’ll be the first to know! BUT WE CAN’T TELL YOU IF WE CAN’T REACH YOU! Signing up is easy. Click here for details.View/Download PDF
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It’s easy, fast and convenient! The Dundee Foundation in partnership with Insurance Auto Auction, Inc. (IAAI) offers an opportunity for residents to donate their used vehicles. IAAI will tow the vehicle, auction it; provide the proper tax documentation to the donor and donate a portion of the proceeds to the Foundation. Don’t put it off. Do it Today. And thank you for your support! The Dundee Foundation is a fully certified Illinois 501 (C) 3 nonprofit organization. Click website link to get started or call 1-800-320-0476Visit the website
To find out more information about the Village's new Sustainable Energy District and for information on available grant money contact the Village.View/Download PDF
ComEd has dedicated $10 million in assistance funds in 2014 to help customers facing financial hardship pay their electric bill. Through April 1, 2014 ComEd has adjusted the eligibility requirements for financial assistance programs for eligible residents including seniors, veterans and activated members of the armed services. In addition, the company is now offering flexible budget billing and flexible deferred payment agreement options to assist customers receiving higher than normal bills in light of the severe cold weather blanketing northern Illinois. To apply for ComEd’s Residential Special Hardship grant, or the State sponsored assistance programs, such as LIHEAP, customers should visit a local LIHEAP Agency. For more information on any of ComEd’s assistance programs or to enroll in ComEd’s bill-payment assistance programs, call 1-888-806-CARE (2273) or visit ComEd.Com/CARE for more information.View/Download PDF Visit the website
Downtown Redevelopment Public Open House PresentationView/Download PDF
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Homicide Investigation- 106 Aldis DriveView/Download PDF
Residents can now have their water bill e-mailed to you. Just contact the Village Hall (847)426-2822x3 with your email address.
Pay your parking tickets, village fines and utility bills online.
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