Get Connected

Arlington Heights wants residents, businesses and people who work here to stay connected with us and to be engaged in our community. Citizen engagement can help us improve the delivery and quality of public services. It can strengthen the relationship between the Village leaders and staff with the residents and businesses we serve, resulting in tangible improvements in people's lives. We ask residents and local businesses to connect with us to address issues, provide input and work alongside us in advancing common goals.  

Take an opportunity to sign up for alerts of news and meetings, or use some of the online tools we have in place for you to reach out to us, including the Citizen Request Form, Contact Us, our social media, or any surveys that we may place online.

 

News
Andrew Larson Appointed Fire Chief
Andrew Larson, a 22-year veteran of the Arlington Heights Fire Department, has been appointed the new Fire Chief for the Arlington Heights Fire Department.... Read More
Andrew Larson Appointed Fire Chief
Fire Chief Larson
Downtown Improvement Projects Discussed, February 11
Proposed Downtown improvement projects slated for this spring and summer will be discussed by the Village Board at a Committee of the Whole meeting held at 7:30 p.m. on February 11, 2019.... Read More
Downtown Improvement Projects Discussed, February 11
aerial of downtown
Register for Citizens Police Academy
Registration is open for the Police Department's Citizens Academy, an 11-week course that gives you a look into police service.... Read More
Register for Citizens Police Academy
Teen Job Fair Held Tuesday, March 5
Local high school teens looking for part-time work should stop in at the Teen Job Fair on March 5 held at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.... Read More
Teen Job Fair Held Tuesday, March 5