Village Services

Delivery of high quality services is something we take seriously in Arlington Heights. Our goal is to maintain a quality of life that our residents and businesses deserve.  Arlington Heights' residents are a part of Arlington Heights' vibrancy and community spirit, and they have great confidence in its future and and its ongoing betterment.

The Village provides an extensive list of services and programs for our community, including  public safety, health services, water quality, infrastructure and street maintenance.  Thanks to the leadership of the Village Board,  Arlington Heights is a community that continues to grow and thrive. Their progressive attitude has led Arlington Heights to economic and financial stability, while maintaining a high level of services.

In this section you will find information about online payments, permits and licenses, police and fire services, public works services, road and sidewalk programs, the Arlington Heights senior center, storm water and flood management and much more.   Always feel free to contact any departments with your questions or concerns about Village services. We are here to serve you! 

News
Police Program: Cradle Your Distraction
Arlington Heights Police start new traffic safety program to modify behavior of drivers regarding cell phone use.... Read More
Police Program: Cradle Your Distraction
Village Trick or Treat Hours, Downtown Trick or Treat Event
Village trick or treat hours will be 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31. Downtown Trick or Treat event held, Monday, October 30 ... Read More
Village Trick or Treat Hours, Downtown Trick or Treat Event
What Do You Think of Redesigned Website?
Our redesigned website includes new features to enhance your website experience!... Read More
What Do You Think of Redesigned Website?
New Storm Water Utility Fee Funds Flooding Projects
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.... Read More
New Storm Water Utility Fee Funds Flooding Projects