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Arlington Heights wants residents, businesses and people who work here to stay connected with us and to be engaged in our community. Citizen engagement can help us improve the delivery and quality of public services. It can strengthen the relationship between the Village leaders and staff with the residents and businesses we serve, resulting in tangible improvements in people's lives. We ask residents and local businesses to connect with us to address issues, provide input and work alongside us in advancing common goals.  

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News
Mayor's Community Prayer Breakfast February 7
Join in the Community Prayer Breakfast held at 7 - 9 a.m. on February... Read More
Mayor's Community Prayer Breakfast February 7
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Board Reviews Phase One of Parking Implementation Plan
Phase One of an Implementation Plan on Downtown Parking... Read More
Board Reviews Phase One of Parking Implementation Plan
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Heart of Gold Honorees Celebrated at February 16 Banquet
Join us in celebrating the 2019 Hearts of Gold honorees at a banquet held on Saturday, February 16. Congratulations to all who are receiving a heart of gold for their generous and selfless contributions that have positively impacted the lives of othe... Read More
Heart of Gold Honorees Celebrated at February 16 Banquet
Age to Purchase Tobacco Raised to 21
Arlington Heights changes the age requirement to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21 years of age.... Read More
Age to Purchase Tobacco Raised to 21
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