Public Works Programs
The Westmont Public Works Department is involved with a number of programs that benefit our residents and businesses. Following is a list of some of these programs.
STORM DRAIN STENCILING PROGRAM
The Storm Drain Stenciling Project invites community volunteers to work together to mark storm drains with safety messages so that people know they should not put dangerous materials into the storm sewer system. The Westmont Public Works Department coordinates the effort and supplies all materials. Event publicity and sign-up information is published each spring.
NO MOW 'TIL MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM
RIVER SWEEP PROGRAM
Each spring, volunteers from more than 20 communities throughout DuPage County, including the Village of Westmont, work together to participate in the annual DuPage River Sweep Program. Organized by the Conservation Foundation, the River Sweep Program is dedicated to preserving open space and natural lands, protecting rivers and watersheds, and promoting stewardship of the environment in northeast Illinois by cleaning debris from area waterways. Over the years, thousands of pounds of garbage have been cleared out of local creeks and many invasive species have been removed creating a healthier environment for its inhabitants. For more information, visit the Conservation Foundation website.
RAIN BARREL PROGRAM
ADDITIONAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMS
- 50/50 SIDEWALK PROGRAM
- PARKWAY TREE PLANTING PROGRAM
- TREE SEEDLING GIVE-AWAY
- PUMPKIN COMPOSTING PROGRAM
For more information, please contact the Public Works Department at firstname.lastname@example.org