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Willowbrook residents can register at the Village Hall during regular business hours (Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm), at any other municipality and most libraries located within DuPage County. You can also register at:
DuPage Board of Election Commission 421 N. County Farm Rd. Wheaton, IL 60181
For voter registration information, please contact the Village Clerk's Office at (630) 920-2234, or the DuPage Election Commission at (630) 407-5600.
Exceptions to this meeting schedule occur in the months of May and December due to the Memorial Day and Christmas holidays.
Not all businesses are required to be licensed to operate within the Village of Willowbrook. Businesses required to be licensed are specifically identified in Title 3 of the Village Code. For business license information, please either refer to the Business Licensing page on this site, contact Christine Mardegan at (630) 920-2234 or email her.
See the Finance Department page for additional information on the Village's Business District.
Generally, No. Village code states that no person shall park any vehicle between the hours of two o’clock (2:00) A.M. and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. of any day, except physicians on emergency calls, on any street in the Municipality. (Ord. 63-O-34, 12-23-1963; amd. Ord. 20-O-22, 6-8-2020). -- Requests must be received submitted online prior to 12:00 AM cut off. -- Overnight parking requests received after 12:00 AM may be subject to citation. -- Overnight parking requests left on Police Department voicemail will not be honored. -- Overnight parking will not be granted when there is one inch or more of snow fall. -- Overnight parking permission does not exempt any other Village parking regulations as listed in Village of Willowbrook Municipal Code. If you need to park your vehicle overnight, please submit your request online using the link below.
You may register for absentee voting by applying on-line .
The Village Board meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. Due to renovations to the Council Chambers, Board meetings will temporarily be held at the Willowbrook Police Department, located at 7760 Quincy Street, Willowbrook, IL. Exceptions to this meeting schedule occur in the months of May and December due to the Memorial Day and Christmas holidays.
The following is a list of approved charitable organizations that have obtained a permit to solicit at street corners:
--There are currently no charitable organizations that are allowed to solicit at this time.
The following is a list of approved commercial organizations that have obtained a permit to solicit door to door:
--There are currently no commercial organizations that are allowed to solicit at this time.
If you feel an organization is illegally soliciting, do not hesitate to dial 911. For more information on solicitation, please visit Willowbrook Municipal Code: Solicitors
When you open a water account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We will also ask for a copy of your driver's license or alternate government-issued picture ID. When you attempt to access your account, we will verify your identity before providing any account information. For additional information, please call us at (630) 920-2238.
The Willowbrook Parks and Recreation Department offers its Program Assurance Policy for all the recreation activities we administer. Excluded are trips and adult sports leagues. If you are not satisfied, we will arrange for your choice of the following:
If the class has been cancelled due to a low enrollment, all those registered will be notified by phone several days before the start of class. We make every attempt to conduct our activities. Full refunds are issued for cancelled classes and are automatically processed.
If there are no items or applications on the agenda, the meeting may be cancelled.
Generally, No. Village code states that no person shall park any vehicle between the hours of two o’clock (2:00) A.M. and six o’clock (6:00) A.M. of any day, except physicians on emergency calls, on any street in the Municipality. (Ord. 63-O-34, 12-23-1963; amd. Ord. 20-O-22, 6-8-2020 ). -- Requests must be received submitted online prior to 12:00 AM cut off. -- Overnight parking requests received after 12:00 AM may be subject to citation. -- Overnight parking requests left on Police Department voicemail will not be honored. -- Overnight parking will not be granted when there is one inch or more of snow fall. -- Overnight parking permission does not exempt any other Village parking regulations as listed in Village of Willowbrook Municipal Code. If you need to park your vehicle overnight, please submit your request online using the link below.
Vacation Watch Request
This is a common concern. Citations for our Red light Enforcement Program come from the following address:
The payment slip is addressed to PO Box 35131 in Seattle, WA. This is the payment processing center used by Verra Mobility, the provider that manages our red light program.
Superimposed on each photograph is the date, time, location and how long into the red signal the violation occurred.
You may pay the violation through the mail, in person at the Village Hall, or online. Make sure to have your citation with you as the citation number and PIN will be needed to make payment.
No, this citation is not considered a moving violation. It is a civil citation holding the registered owner or lessee responsible for the violation (similar to a parking ticket). This does not get reported to the Secretary of State and does not affect your driving record. No points can be assessed for this violation and it will not increase your insurance rates.
Yes, you may request an Administrative Hearing by mail or online. Failure to pay the civil penalty or to contest liability in a timely manner is an admission of liability and may result in a suspension of the driving privileges of the registered owner of the vehicle. If you request a hearing by mail, you will be notified in writing of the court date, time and location. You may also contact the Willowbrook Police Department at (866) 790-4111 to request a hearing.
Yes, solicitors within the Village of Willowbrook must apply for and be approved for a permit to solicit in any residentially zoned district within the Village. Solicitors must also adhere to specific guidelines and rules regulating door-to-door solicitation. Charitable solicitors under the age of 17 and those engaged in canvassing shall not be subject to permitting.
There is an application packet that must be obtained in person at the Willowbrook Police Department.
The following must be submitted with the completed application:
Applicants must indicate whether they have ever been convicted of the commission of a felony or have been convicted of a misdemeanor for a crime involving moral turpitude or truth and veracity, under the laws of the State of Illinois or any other state, or of a Federal law of the United States and the nature of any such conviction (applies only to commercial solicitation).
Yes, per Village Ordinance, all solicitors should have a Village solicitor’s photo ID badge visible on their outer garment at all times when they are engaged in soliciting within the Village. All solicitors and canvassers are required to immediately identify themselves and the purpose of the solicitation or canvassing activity. If a solicitor does not display and cannot produce a solicitor’s photo ID badge or permit, they may not be licensed to solicit within the Village and may be reported to the Willowbrook Police Department by calling 911.
Per Village Ordinance, solicitors:
Charitable organizations with an approved solicitation permit can solicit donations within a 100 feet distance along each leg of the approved intersection. All solicitors must wear the high visibility vest and be at least 17 years old. The Village of Willowbrook solicitation permit identification should be prominently displayed at all times.
Solicitation is not allowed at any location where it is clearly marked with a "No Solicitation" notice.
Under the Village Ordinance, certain solicitation practices are unlawful and prohibited. Per Ordinance, solicitors may NOT:
Prominently display a no soliciting notice on or near the main entrance by way of a sign measuring at least 3” x 4” in size.
Yes, Title 3 – Chapter 13-Section 3-13-14:
NO LIMITATIONS TO FREE SPEECH RIGHTS
“Nothing in this chapter shall be construed or enforced so as to restrict the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, article I of the Constitution of the State of Illinois, or any federal or state law protecting the right to freedom of speech or freedom of religion. Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit religious organizations or individuals from religious proselytizing or political organizations or individuals from soliciting contributions for elected public offices or referendum questions to be submitted to the voters, as authorized by Article 9 of the Illinois Election Code (10 ILCS 5/9-1.1, et seq.), or otherwise engaging in political activities related to specific individuals, issues, political parties or political action groups. (Ord. 21-O-15, 3-22-2021; amd. Ord. 21-O-22, 4-26-2021)”