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    Register to Vote for the April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election

    Tuesday, March 7th is the last day for Will County residents to register to vote by mail or in person and Sunday, March 19th is the last day to register on-line for the April 4th Consolidated Election. Read on...
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    Satellite Office Hours with State Representative Natalie Manley

    These monthly meetings will be held the third Monday of each month at Romeoville Village Hall with the inaugural meeting taking place on Monday, March 20th from 10:30-11:30 a.m. at Romeoville Village Hall. Read on...
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    Gun Buy-Back Program

    The Romeoville Police Dept. is holding a Gun Buy Back program on Sat., 4/8 from 9am to 1pm at the Romeoville Police Dept. Residents can turn in weapons, no questions asked and without penalty. $60 cash will be paid on the spot for each weapon turned in. Read on...
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    13th Annual Springtide Craft Show

    Join us at the 13th Annual Springtide Craft Show on Saturday, April 1 at the Recreation Center from 9:00am - 3:00pm. There will be 100 booths from which to shop! FREE ADMISSION & PARKING! Read on...
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    Sign Up for Pizza with Peter Before March 31!

    Join us for an evening with moon jumps, an entertainer & more! Each child receives a slice of pizza with drink, a photo with a bunny, & a craft. Participants 13 yrs. old & over receive a slice of pizza and drink. Read on...
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    Romeoville's Trivia Challenge for 21+

    This adults-only event is on Friday, March 31 from 6:30-9:00pm at Mickey’s Grill & Pub — 377 Budler Rd. Bring out your 4-person team for $40 and try to win the Trivia Cup! Event benefits the Romeoville Youth Outreach Scholarship Fund. Read on...
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    Romeoville Police Honor One of Their Own as A Pioneer

    The Romeoville Police Dept. has recognized Sandra Dreher for being the first successful female officer to serve on the force. Dreher joined in 1987 and paved the way for other female officers who followed her. She served for 27 years, retiring in 2014. Read on...
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    Safety Town

    The Romeoville Police Dept. offers several classes free of charge, that are designed to teach and promote safety to our local youth. For information on Safety Town or to request a class, please call the Community Oriented Policing Dept. at 815-886-7215. Read on...
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    The White Oak Library District presents STEM Fest 2017

    Science is awesome! That’s the message for kids and adults attending the White Oak Library District’s STEM Fest 2017 from 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, March 4. Read on...
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    Village Board Recognizes Long Time Romeoville Resident, Len Zarek

    Mayor John Noak presented a plaque to the family of Len Zarek, in recognition of his service and dedication to the community. Len was a Romeoville resident since 1961. Read on...
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    Romeoville and Lockport Township Join Together to Offer Community Garden

    Romeoville and Lockport Township Join Together to Offer Community Garden — Registration Begins 2/6 at Romeoville Recreation Center. This program is a joint effort between Romeoville Parks & Recreation Department and the Lockport Township Park District. Read on...
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    Electronic Recycling Drop-Off Offered 1st & 3rd Tuesdays

    Electronic Drop-Off is offered the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays ONLY from 5-7 p.m. at Romeoville Public Works, 615 Anderson Dr. Limit 2 TVs per vehicle. ID is required to prove Will County area residency. Read on...
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    Romeoville Reinvestment Program

    At the May 4th Village Board meeting, the Romeoville Reinvestment Program was approved. The program provides incentives to homeowners who substantially reinvest in their home and to help local home based businesses expand into commercial districts. Click here for more information.
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