What is the non-emergency telephone number to the Westmont Police Department?
The Administrative telephone number to the police department is 630-981-6300.
What are the hours the Westmont Police Department open?
The Westmont Police Department lobby is open daily Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm The lobby is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and village-observed holidays that fall on a weekday. After business hours, citizens can reach the Police Department dispatch center through the use of the after hours call box which is located inside the lobby of the main entrance of the Police Department at 500 N. Cass Avenue.
How can I pay a parking violation?
- By mail using the envelope provided. (Cash and checks accepted)
- In person at the Westmont Police Department, 500 N Cass Avenue., during normal business hours only. (Cash, checks, VISA and Mastercard accepted)
- Any time of day at a payment drop box location (Cash and checks accepted):
- Outside the Westmont Police Department main entrance; or
- Across the street from Village Hall (31 W. Quincy Street) near the train depot.
Check payments should be made payable to the Village of Westmont.
What is an Administrative Towing Fee?
Administrative towing fees are charged when an arrest is made for an offense listed in the Municipal Code.
Where do I go to appear for an Administrative Hearing?
Administrative hearings are conducted at the Westmont Village Hall, 31 W. Quincy Street, Westmont, IL. Hearings are generally assigned and held on the third Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am. View hearing calendar.
Where do I go to appear in Traffic Court?
Traffic court, for minor traffic offenses, is located at 505 N County Farm Rd #1002, Wheaton, Illinois. Court dates for the Westmont Police Department are assigned on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm
Do you offer fingerprint services for a background check?
Ink fingerprint services are available to Westmont residents who require a criminal history background check for occupational licenses and employment. Fingerprint services are available Monday - Friday from 8am to 4pm, except on village-observed holidays. Residents should bring the fingerprint card(s) provided by their employer, along with their state issued ID card. There is a $10 fee per card (cash, credit card, or local check). We currently do not provide Livescan services or background checks for for Concealed Carry Licenses (CCL).
Where can I safely dispose of prescription medication and needles?
Safe Medication Disposal
The Westmont Police Department participates in the DuPage County Health Department RxBOX program. Residents can dispose of their unused medications in the kiosk box, located at 500 N. Cass Ave (Police Department) and 6015 S. Cass Ave ( Fire Department) Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm, except holidays. All medication must be enclosed in a tightly sealed ziplock bag. We DO NOT ACCEPT radioactive medications and Epipens.
Safe Needle Disposal
At the Westmont Police Department:
If you have used needles, securely stored in a sharps container, bring your personal-use only container to our free kiosk. The sharps box kiosk is located inside the lobby of the Westmont Police Department, and is accessible during business hours: Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. This kiosk is not intended for commercial, business, or medical facility use. When available, residents can obtain a free personal-use only sharps box by contacting the Records Department in-person, during business hours. Supplies are limited.
At this time, we cannot accept EpiPens. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please see the section below for directions on how to safely dispose of EpiPens at home.
DuPage County Health Department has issued the following guidelines for at-home, safe disposal of needles and EpiPens. Learn more.
Information and Transparency FAQ
The Westmont Police Department policies, procedures, and information are available for public review in an easy to read format. It is important to note that policies are frequently updated and reviewed to keep current with new laws, training and best practices. It is possible that a policy you are viewing is also currently under review and subject to changes by the Westmont Police Department or in accordance to the standards of the Illinois Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ILEAP).