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Posted on: March 22, 2020

Village of Roselle Operations Change With Governor Pritzker’s Stay-at-Home Order

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The health, safety and well-being of the community and its employees remains the top priority of the Village of Roselle. While Village employees are continuing to work on-site and remotely to ensure that essential services like public safety, fire protection, emergency medical response, and water and wastewater service continue to be offered in Roselle, Governor Pritzker’s order effective through May 30 for Illinoisans to “Stay at Home” amid the coronavirus pandemic requires the Village to implement changes to procedures and operations. 

The Village’s municipal buildings remain closed to the public, with limited in-person access available at the Roselle Police Station, 103 S. Prospect St., until further notice. The following operations are in effect:

  • Garbage and recycling pickup is an essential service and will continue as scheduled. 
  • The Finance Department is providing limited financial services like processing payments and issuing invoices. Residents are encouraged to conduct business with the Village online, by email, through the drop box in the circle drive in front of Village Hall and by phone at (630) 980-2000 to the greatest extent possible.
  • Requests for inspectional services, plan reviews, and building permits are being done online. Email or visit
  • Water shut offs for account delinquency are suspended until further notice. Public Works crews will respond to requests for emergency water shutoffs for homeowner repairs and water main repairs.
  • The Roselle Police Department and the Roselle Fire Department issued statements outlining their updated response protocols.
  • All restaurants, bars and attractions are required by order of the governor to close inside dining options during the coronavirus pandemic. The Village posted a Local Restaurant Offerings page on its website with details about Roselle restaurants, bars, and attractions offering delivery, curbside pickup, gift card purchases and carry-out food options.

Roselle Mayor Andy Maglio issued a Local State of Emergency on March 20, 2020, that helps the Village to make timely decisions required due to the coronavirus pandemic for purchasing and staffing, and allows for close cooperation with federal, state, and county levels of government. This is an evolving situation, with new information available daily. The Village Board and staff will continue to monitor the situation and make decisions as this information becomes available.

Visit the Coronavirus Information page on the Village’s website for timely updates.

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