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    Romeoville Police Decrease Speed Limit on Portions of Six Village Roads

    The Romeoville Village Board has approved a recommendation by the Police Department to decrease the speed limit on portions of six village roads. Read on...
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    Hot Wheels Legends Tour Coming to Romeoville

    Is your car the next Hot Wheels? The Hot Wheels Legends Tour will be pulling into Romeoville on Saturday, July 13 in search of a custom car that will be turned into a Hot Wheels 1:64 die-cast car and inducted into the Garage of Legends. Read on...
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    Celebrate July 4th Safely: Leave the Fireworks to the Pros

    It’s that time of the year when nice weather, warm temperatures and outdoor activities signal the approaching July 4th Holiday period. The Romeoville Police Dept. would like to take this opportunity to warn residents of the dangers of illegal fireworks. Read on...
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    Romeoville School Namesakes: Robert C. Hill

    This is the fourth in a series of six articles that explore the people the Romeoville Valley View Schools are named after. Park View Elementary opened in 1962 and was renamed Robert C. Hill Elementary School in 1977. But who was Robert Hill? Read on...
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    Electronic and Hazardous Household Items Pickup Service

    As of May 1, Romeoville residents living in single family homes and townhouses will be able to dispose of household materials like paint, motor oil, electronics & more. The “At Your Door Special Collection” program will be carried out by Waste Management. Read on...
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    Romeoville School Namesakes: Irene King

    This is the fifth in a series of six articles that explore the people the Romeoville Valley View Schools are named after. Opened in 1969, Ridge View Elementary School was renamed Irene King Elementary School in 1978. But who was Irene King? Read on...
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    End of Season T-ball Parade

    Bring your family to sit along Murphy Drive from Sunset Park to Volunteer Park to celebrate the end of the season. Read on...
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    Independence Day Celebration

    Celebrate Independence Day with us on Wednesday, July 3rd with activities, food & live bands beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Deer Crossing Park, 1050 W. Romeo Rd. and a Fireworks Show at 9:00 p.m. at Village Park, 900 W. Romeo Rd. Read on...
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    Park Parties

    Our FREE Park Parties are located in various parks around Romeoville with games and kids activities. Read on...
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    Movie Under the Stars on 7/15

    Join us for these free events featuring a movie with themed games, craft and kids activities beginning at 8pm & movie starts at dusk. Movies are held at the Romeoville Toyota Pavilion at Deer Crossing Park, 1050 W. Romeo Rd. Read on...
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    Family Jump Fest on 7/16

    Kids ages 4-12 years old, come jump in a variety of different inflatables, obstacle courses and slides along with music and games at the Edward Hospital Athletic & Event Center for $5.00 per child. Read on...
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    Romeoville & Lockport Co-Op Park Party

    Romeoville Parks & Recreation Department and Lockport Township Park District are hosting a Co-Op celebration filled with a variety of games, music, inflatables and fun! Read on...
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    Flea Market Frenzy

    Bring your treasures and items to sell at this monthly flea market held at the Edward Hospital Athletic & Event Center, 55 Phelps Ave. on Thursdays 7/18 & 8/15 from 4-8 p.m. $10 per vendor spot. Read on...
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    Rockin' the Ville Concert Series & Cruise Nights

    Join us for these FREE events on Thursdays from 6:30-9 p.m. We’ve combined our popular concert series with car/bike shows. Live music begins at 6:30 p.m. on the Romeoville Toyota Pavilion at Deer Crossing Park (1050 W. Romeo Rd.) View all concerts.
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  1. RFD

    Now Accepting Applications for Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic or Part-time Paramedic Only

    The Village of Romeoville, population approximately 40,000, currently seeks certified applicants for the position of Part-time Firefighter/Paramedic or Part-time Paramedic Only. Read on...
  2. AtYourDoor

    Electronic and Hazardous Household Items Pickup Service

    As of May 1, Romeoville residents living in single family homes and townhouses will be able to dispose of household materials like paint, motor oil, electronics & more. The “At Your Door Special Collection” program will be carried out by Waste Management. Read on...
  3. Branch Pick Up Svc 2019

    Branch Pick-Up Service - April 1st through Nov. 30th

    Waste Management provides a branch disposal service in conjunction with their yard waste program. Residents are already paying for this service as part of the residential disposal contract with Waste Management. Read on...
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    Pet Tags Expire July 1st

    All dogs and cats are required by Village Ordinance to have a current Animal License. As of June 1, the new Animal Licenses for the 2019-2020 License Year are available for purchase at Romeoville Village Hall. Read on...
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    Holiday Reminder

    Due to the Independence Day Holiday, garbage pick-up will run one day late during the week of 7/1/19.
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    Village Offices Closed - Independence Day

    Village offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4th for Independence Day.
  7. Branch Pick Up Svc 2019

    Branch Pick-Up Service - April 1st through Nov. 30th

    Waste Management provides a branch disposal service in conjunction with their yard waste program. Read on...
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    Street Resurfacing Projects

    There will be plenty of street resurfacing going on this summer. For a look at which roads will be worked on and when,click here. Read on...
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    Water Conservation Ordinance May10th through Sept.10th

    Water Conservation Ordinance 5/10-9/10. Residential/Non-Residential Outdoor Water Uses: Addresses ending in even numbers may water on even number calendar days. Addresses ending in odd numbers may water on odd number calendar days from 6-9 AM & 7-10 PM Read on...
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