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Hourly metered parking is available on West Burlington Avenue, requiring $2.00 in quarters for 12 hours.
There is free weekend parking in the commuter lots on Saturday and Sunday. There is no overnight parking allowed in any of the commuter lots.
METRA owns the commuter parking lots located at the Westmont Train Station. We are required by our agreement with METRA to administer the parking in a non-discriminatory manner. This means that no preferential treatment can be given to residents or non-residents.
Permit Parking: The commuter permit parking is divided into the following three zones and is paid for quarterly usage. The amount charged is $100.00 per quarter.
Zone A: Located on the south side of the tracks on W. Quincy; starts west of the Train Depot Building at Grant St. and runs west to Adams St.
Zone B: Located on the north side of the tracks on Burlington St. and runs from Lincoln St. west to Williams St.
Reverse Commuter/Overnight: Located on Burlington between Park St. and Williams St. (the amount for this permit parking is $125.00 per quarter)
Come in person to the Village Hall building to the Clerk’s Office between the hours of 8am and 4pm Monday through Friday:31 W Quincy StreetWestmont, IL 60559-1865630-981-6220
The following local churches may have some commuter-parking spaces available. Please call them direct to check on availability:
Holy Trinity Catholic Church..........................….630/968-1366Bethel Lutheran Church...........................……....630/968-3232
PLEASE NOTE: YOUR PARKING PERMIT WILL BE SOLD TO SOMEONE ON THE WAITLIST IF YOU DO NOT RENEW BY THE 15TH OF THE FINAL MONTH OF THE QUARTER.
We encourage you to use the Night Deposit Box located in front of the Train Station Depot on West Quincy Street as the Village of Westmont is not responsible for parking permit renewals lost, or delayed in the mail.
NOTE: Anyone found abusing this option, i.e. using the replacement permit to park a second vehicle, will lose their parking permit.
The following steps must be performed:
1. You must have a valid Zone "B" permit to get on the upgrade waiting list.
2. Prepayment of $100.00 is required. The date on your cash register receipt will determine your place on the waiting list.
3. You will stay on this list until upgraded or you ask to be removed from the list.
4. You will be notified by mail or phone, when a Zone “A” permit is available.
5. You must make payment on your Zone “B” permit within the allotted time or your name will be removed from the upgrade list.
If a dog is impounded by the Village, the owner has three days to redeem the animal through payment of all license and other required fees together with the cost of keeping such animal and the cost of advertising, if any. There shall be a fine assessed of $10.00 for the first offense, $15.00 for the second offense, and $25 for the third offense (within one calendar year).
It is the duty of the pound keeper to humanely dispose of all unredeemed animals not sooner than the end of the third day.
The principle mandate of the Act provides that each public body, upon submission of a written request, shall make available to any person for inspection, or to provide copies of any requested records that are subject to disclosure under the Act. Not all records are subject to disclosure, and the Act provides a number of exemptions.
This Act is not intended to be used to violate individual privacy, nor for the purpose of furthering commercial enterprise (there are further rules covering commercial requests), or to disrupt the duly-undertaken work of any public body independent of the fulfillment of the rights of the people to access information (5 ILCS 140/1). The Act does not require the Village to create new records or to answer questions other than through the production of records.
For VILLAGE FOIA requests:* In person at the Village Clerk’s Office, Village Hall, 31 W. Quincy during business hours* Online from the Village Website - please click on the link below
For POLICE FOIA requests:* In person at the Westmont Police Department, 500 N. Cass Avenue* For more info regarding Police Department FOIA requests, please visit: http://westmont.illinois.gov/index.aspx?nid=503
Per FOIA rules, the Village and Police Department must accept and process all written requests that are submitted. Village FOIA Request Form
For more information regarding general public records FOIA requests, please contact the Village of Westmont Clerk’s Office at 630-981-6220. For more information regarding police record FOIA requests, please contact the Westmont Police Department at 630-981-6300.
Village Hall – Clerk’s Office31 West Quincy StreetWestmont, IL 60559-1865630-981-6220
Contact the respective sanitary district to establish your sewage account. If you live west of Cass Avenue call Downers Grove Sanitary District at 630-969-0664, east of Cass Avenue call Flagg Creek Water Reclamation at 630-323-3299
In addition to setting up your account, the Clerk’s Office will:
* Contact Waste Management for the delivery of recycling bins for residents. New Service On-line Form
Call the Village Clerk’s Office/Water Billing: 630-981-6220 or visit us 31 W Quincy Street, Westmont, IL 60559-1865
* Contact the respective sanitary district to terminate your sewage account. If you live west of Cass Avenue call Downers Grove Sanitary District at 630-969-0664, east of Cass Avenue call Flagg Creek Water Reclamation 630-323-3299
Commercial property renters are required to place a $60.00 deposit in order to set up water service in their business name. Contact Waste Management 1-800-796-9696 to set up disposal service.
Residential and Commercial deposits will be applied towards your final bill. Credit balances will be refunded via check.
In Village:Residential…………..…………..…......$10.18 per thousand gallons. Commercial & Multi-Family………….. $11.18 per thousand gallons. Outside Village Limits: Residential…....................................$ 12.71 per thousand gallons.Commercial & Multi-Family…..………$ 13.71 per thousand gallons.
Pickup Schedule:Westmont provides a comprehensive solid waste collection program. Three vehicles collect materials on each pick up day. One truck picks up garbage, another picks up recyclables and a third truck picks up yard waste (April 1st to November 30th).
The Village contracts these services through Waste Management (800)-796-9696.
Pickups are made once per week in each quadrant of the Village. Wednesdays are reserved for commercial/business pickups.
Every week residents are to use the 96 gallon (all green in color) waste container provided by Waste Management and can put out one large item out for disposal (no additional garbage cans, must be under 50 pounds and no electronics). Any additional garbage requires a red garbage sticker for removal by Waste Management.
Residents should place their garbage, recyclables (container green and yellow in color) and yard waste next to each other 3 feet apart out for pickup on the morning of or evening before their collection day. (Recycling is picked up every other week. Please see recycling FAQ)
Holiday Pickup Schedule:During the year, there will be six holidays on which garbage, recycling, and yard waste will not be collected:
Memorial DayIndependence DayLabor DayThanksgiving DayChristmas DayNew Year’s Day
During these weeks, collections will be made one day late from the observed holiday through the end of the week, with the final pickup day being Saturday. Recycling and Waste Calendar and Service Schedule
Day 1 Bill is mailed.Day 20 Total bill amount is due. Day 21 10% late charge is assessed.Day 26 Late notice mailed.Day 33 Shut-off notice is mailed. Day 45 Termination of service.
To pay in person (Checks, Cash, Visa & MasterCard):
Please come to the Village Hall, located at: 31 West Quincy St. Westmont, IL 60559-1865
To pay by mail: (Please use the enclosed envelope.)Village of Westmont31West Quincy StreetWestmont, IL 60559-1865
Please write your account number on your check and make the check payable to the Village of Westmont. DO NOT SEND CASH. Using the envelope provided with your bill include the remittance portion of your bill along with your check.
If you use online banking, please use the Village hall address and remember to include your complete account number:31 W Quincy StreetWestmont, IL 60559-1865
To pay via the the internet click on the Make A Payment button and follow the instructions.
Payments are accepted at the Clerk’s Office Cashier Window or use the 24 hour Depository Box located on Quincy Street, 100 feet west of the Westmont Train Station Depot. Remittances made before 7:00 a.m. are credited to the prior day; after that time, payments are credited to the current day’s business. Direct Debit is available. Visit the Village Clerk’s Office or download the application from our website.
Questions about water quality or service problems:Call Public Works: Water Division at 630-981-6270
Questions about late payments:Call Village Clerks: Collectors Office at 630-981-6220
ODD-NUMBERED street addresses should sprinkle between the hours of 7 and 11 a.m. or between the hours of 7 and 11 p.m.on dates of the month having an odd number.
EVEN-NUMBERED street address should sprinklebetween the hours of 7 and 11 a.m. or between the hours of 7 and 11 p.m. on dates of the month having an even number.
The watering of trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens shall be permitted at all times provided such watering is done by means of handheld devices. Watering by “soil soaking” method also shall be permitted.
During any period in which an extreme water supply shortage exists in the Village, as determined by the Mayor, no water from Village water mains shall be used for any purpose outside a residence, business or other building, other than for the extinguishing of fires or other emergencies.
Violation of this ordinance may result in a fine. If you have further questions or concerns, please contact Westmont Public Works at 630-981-6270.
• MYTH 2 - SCHOOL DISTRICTS WILL BE DEPRIVED OF REVENUES DURING THE LIFE OF THE TIF DISTRICT.First, a school district, as well as the county, the municipality, and all other taxing bodies continue to receive the full amount of the taxes that they have levied on the “Base EAV” during the life of a district. Secondly, TIF districts can create money for schools. In Illinois, school districts continue to receive all the tax revenue they were entitled to before creation of a TIF district. Although schools usually lose General State Aid when assessed valuations increase, the incremental growth in property values within a TIF district is excluded from the property tax base when the State of Illinois calculates the amount of aid it awards to a school district. Therefore, the “poorer” a school district is, the more it stands to gain from having a TIF District.