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Go-To Event for Teens Seeking Jobs
01/17/2018
High School students looking for a part-time job should attend the Teen Job Fair, February 6, at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. This go-to event will feature businesses from the area offering flexible working schedules for high school students. The Hub will also host a session with helpful tips on landing that perfect job.
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Check Your Cholesterol During National Heart Month
01/10/2018
$5 discount offered on Cholesterol Screenings held February 10 & 14 in Health & Human Services Department.
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Register for Spring Session of Citizen Police Academy
01/08/2018
Citizen Police Academy provides hands-on experiences experiences and practical insights into the Police Department's everyday operations and specialized services.
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Cold Temps May Freeze Pipes
01/03/2018
In the extreme cold pipes feeding your home that are above and underground are susceptible to freezing.
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Building & Life Safety Adjusts Hours on Second Tuesday of Month
01/02/2018
On the second Tuesday of each month the Building & Life Safety Department will open at 9:30 a.m.
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Volunteers Needed for Adopt-a-Hydrant Program
12/29/2017
Sign up to help Arlington Heights Fire Department easily access hydrants in winter.
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Mayor's Prayer Breakfast, February 1
12/20/2017
Annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast will be held February 1, from 7 -9 a.m. at DoubleTree.
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Teens Needed for Snow Shoveling Program
12/13/2017
Teens can be a great help to many seniors or people with disabilities by participating in the Snow Shoveling Referral Program
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Public Works Ready for Snow, Are You?
12/08/2017
During snow removal operaitons, Public Works' drivers will first clear the arterial and collector streets. Trucks will make two opening passes on all streets and then return later to plow the street full width to the curb.
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Public Works: Much More than Snow Removal
12/07/2017
Public Works is proud to perform a myriad of services for residents of Arlington Heights.
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Coyote Sightings in Arlington Heights
11/30/2017
While sightings of coyotes have increased, they are a part of our natural habitat. There are steps you can take to keep them away from your property.
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Photography Competition, Deadline January 26
11/12/2017
If you love photography, consider participating in the Arts Commission's competition!
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Recycle Non-working Holiday Lights
10/31/2017
Holiday lights not working? Recycle them at Public Works and Health & Human Services through February 28, 2018
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New Storm Water Utility Fee Funds Flooding Projects
09/29/2017
A new Storm Water Utility Fee of $6.25 per month for single-family homes enables the Village to move forward on meaningful storm water improvements, which were earmarked by studies done following an historic rain event in 2011.
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