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
Mayor’s Message on Recent COVID-19 Restrictions
Mayor Tom Hayes, along with the Village Board, will work with area leaders to begin immediate dialogue with the Governor's Office regarding the recent COVID-19 restrictions... Read More
Mayor’s Message on Recent COVID-19 Restrictions
Mayor Tom Hayes
Proposed 2021 Budget Reflects 0% Property Tax Increase
The Proposed 2021 Village Budget includes a 0% property tax levy increase.... Read More
Proposed 2021 Budget Reflects 0% Property Tax Increase
Proposed 2021 Budget
COVID-19 Resurgence Mitigations Take Effect October 28
Resurgence mitigations to take effect in Regions 4 and 10 on October 28, 2020 ... Read More
COVID-19 Resurgence Mitigations Take Effect October 28
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Change your Clocks and Smoke Alarm Batteries
When changing your clocks this weekend, change the batteries on your alarms too... Read More
Change your Clocks and Smoke Alarm Batteries
Change your clocks and change your batteries