Dear fellow residents of East Dundee,
I regret to inform you that COVID-19 has officially arrived in East Dundee with at least one confirmed case being reported. This brings the total number of cases in Kane County to 113. Now, more than ever, we need to come together as a community and continue to follow the Stay Home Order that was issued by the Governor. If we, as a community, can limit our interactions outside of our home and practice social distancing when it is necessary to leave, we can all contribute to limiting the spread of this virus. The past few weeks may already seem like a lifetime but it is our responsibility as a community to take control by doing what we can to curb the spread of the virus. I want to say thank you to all of the essential workers who have already given so much and put their lives at risk. As difficult as it may be now, I believe East Dundee is resilient enough to endure these difficult times and set a good example for other communities to follow as we all try to flatten the curve.
Also, our local businesses need our help right now more than ever. Please stay local by ordering from East Dundee restaurants providing take out and delivery options. This is a great way to support local businesses while keeping a safe distance. Look for their menus and hours on their websites and Facebook pages.
For up-to-date information in Illinois, visit the Illinois Department of Public Health at http://www.dph.illinois.gov/topics-services/diseases-and-conditions/diseases-a-z-list/coronavirus.
The Kane County Health Department is working on an interactive dashboard for Kane County COVID-19 tracking. Once completed, it will be found on their website: http://kanehealth.com/.
Stay safe, healthy and 6-feet away from others.
Click the link below to view the Dundee Meal Program FlyerView/Download PDF
Please click he PDF link to view the press releaseView/Download PDF
East Dundee Village President Declares a State of Emergency in Response to COVID-19View/Download PDF
Click the link below to view the press release.View/Download PDF
The Village of East Dundee created an official Facebook page dedicated to COVID-19 information and resources. This page is intended to keep timely information regarding COVID-19 in one place. Please take a moment to visit the website below and 'like' the page to receive updates in your Facebook newsfeed.Visit the website
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity is seeking input from businesses that are affected by COVID-19, The survey provided below will assist in evaluating a request for an economic injury disaster declaration from the U.S. Small Business Administration. That declaration will allow for businesses to apply for low-interest loans to keep their businesses open during this challenging time. Please take a moment to complete the survey if your business is affected by COVID-19.Visit the website
The Northern Kane County Chamber of Commerce released the list below of regional restaurant updates.View/Download PDF
East Dundee Village President reminds the community to stay strong.View/Download PDF
The Village of East Dundee is hiring a Summer Seasonal Laborer to join our Public Works department from mid-May through August. Click below to view the job posting.View/Download PDF
April 1 is Census Day, a key reference date for the 2020 Census. When completing the census, you will include everyone living in your home on April 1, 2020.
Counting every person living in the United States is a massive undertaking, and efforts begin years in advance. See the attached for some of the key dates along the way.
Learn more about the 2020 census by clicking the VISIT THE WEBSITE link.
The attached document serves as notice of expungement for events occurring between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2015. Please click the document for more information.View/Download PDF
The Village of East Dundee Utility Bills will have a new look starting with your February bill. This revised look will help protect against identity theft, contains a better explanation of services and will have the ability to include important Village notices and information. Please click the PDF below to view a sample utility bill.View/Download PDF
Just as you dial 9-1-1 for emergencies, you can now call 2-1-1 in Kane County and be connected to a live specialist, any time of the day or night, to assist you with your human service and resource needs. This is a free and anonymous service that does not require a computer and is available in over 150 languages. Callers of all ages may use this number as often as needed. 2-1-1 offers access to services such as basic human needs, physical and mental health, employment support, and support for older Americans and persons with disabilities. If your phone carrier does not allow access to the 2-1-1 number, please contact the call center’s toll free number at 888-865-9903. For other questions, contact Batavia United Way.View/Download PDF
The attached eligibility list is Effective 12/16/19 and will expire 12/16/21View/Download PDF
The Village of East Dundee has an "E-Sale Safe Zone" located inside our Police Station lobby for safe online sale transactions. Please feel free to use this location as your safe meetup spot. (115 E. 3rd Street). The lobby is under surveillance 24/7.
You may also call our non-emergency number during regular business hours at 847-428-4034 or after hours to QuadCom at 847-428-8784 advising of the exchange date and time so that we are aware of the transaction.
The Police Department provides 24-hour protection for residents & businesses. Personnel are dispatched to calls for service by the QuadCom Regional Dispatch Center located in Carpentersville. This center is a 9-1-1 emergency dispatch system which serves 5 police agencies and 4 fire agencies. For Non-Emergencies, you may call QuadCom at 847-428-8784. In addition to the normal law enforcement activities, the East Dundee Police Department sponsors several community-oriented programs including:
Want us to keep an eye on your house while you're away? Residents going out of town for an extended period can register with the Police Department 847-428-4034 for the House Watch program. Under the program, a police officer will check on your house at least once per night and monitor for suspicious activity.
Visit this link to request a house watch: www.frontlinepss.com/eastdundee
PARKING OVERNIGHT ON VILLAGE STREETS
Parking on the street is not allowed in the Village from 2 am to 6 am, and doing so may result in the issuance of a citation. If you must leave your car out overnight you may visit this link to request over night parking: www.frontlinepss.com/eastdundee
Provide details of your pet by visiting this link: www.frontlinepss.com/eastdundee
Once added to our database, your pet's information will be available to the police department if lost or stolen.
NEED TO REPORT SOMETHING UNUSUAL?
Street lights out or any other potential safety issues? Provide us with details so we can take the necessary actions.
Visit this link: www.frontlinepss.com/eastdundee
Click the below link to Visit the East Dundee Police Department webpage to learn more.
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The Village of East Dundee is offering a shared cost 50/50 Parkway Tree Planting Program. Residents can purchase a new parkway tree and the Village will pay half the cost of the tree and plant it for you. This is a wonderful opportunity to plant trees in the Village that promote a healthier environment, aid in storm water management, and boost property values within our community.
Please click the attached document for more information.
Our spring hydrant flushing program has begun and is currently underway. We’re starting at the Northeast side of town and making our way West and South as we go. In the event youa rehaving temporarily low or fluctuating water pressure or discolored water, the flushing is most likely the cause.
Flushing is primarily performed in the spring and fall, you will see Public Works personnel flushing water from hydrants. The goal of the program is to make sure the hydrants operate properly in the event of a fire and to remove sediment from the pipes in order to maintain water quality.
Hydrants are flushed between 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Signs are placed in neighborhoods to remind residents that the program is underway in their area.
As described, fire hydrants are periodically opened to flush water mains in the system. Additionally, the Fire and Public Works departments routinely use hydrants to make assessments as to whether adequate pressure and flow are available to satisfy normal system demands as well as the increased demand required in the event of a fire. These actions, as well as some construction activities, may result in brief periods during which you may observe moderate discoloration in your tap water. Customers are encouraged to contact the Water Department if rusty water occurs.
Is rusty water safe for consumption?
Yes. Occasionally water becomes discolored after hydrant flushing. If this happens, residents are encouraged to let their faucets run for a few minutes if they notice any discoloration. If it does not clear the first time, wait a few minutes and run the water again. You should avoid washing clothes until the water is clear.
Under Section 5 of the Prevailing Wage Act, all public bodies in the State of Illinois are required to pass an ordinance or resolution establishing prevailing rates of wages and file that resolution with the Illinois Department of Labor. The Village of East Dundee passed an Ordinance (19-21) on June 3, 2019 Ascertaining the Prevailing Rate of Wages on Public Works Projects adopting the prevailing rate of wages for construction work in the Kane and Cook County areas as determined by the Department of Labor of the State of Illinois for 2019.View/Download PDF Visit the website
Dundee Township offers a Medication Disposal Program at the Township Supervisor's Office at 611 E Main Street, Suite 201, East Dundee.
The program accepts all prescription and over the counter pills, liquids, creams, powders, ointments, inhalers and pet medications.
Drop offs are welcome Monday through Friday from 9 am-5:30 pm. If you have any questions, call (847) 428-8092 x4.
This report is intended to provide you with important information about the quality of your drinking water, and the efforts made by the Village to provide safe drinking water. Please click the link to read more.Visit the website
The attached reports are the 36+ month post-camera statistical analysis reports for both photo-enforced intersections in the Village. The reports cover crash data through 2015, which was just released by IDOT. 2016 data will not be released until this time next yearView/Download PDF
Please see the attached for informationView/Download PDF
Click here to 'Enjoy the Possibilities' of East Dundee (Video)Visit the website
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!
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For in-progress crimes or matters that require immediate police response, call 9-1-1.