New Resident Information

Welcome to the Village of Clarendon Hills! We are glad you have chosen to live in this great community. Clarendon Hills prides itself on offering quality, top-rated schools and convenient access to the entire Chicago area. This page serves as a resource of information as you get settled into your home. Additional information about Village services, local businesses, and more are posted throughout the website. 

Utilities

Water.  Contact the Village's Utility Billing Clerk at 630-286-5416 to set up your water account or with water bill questions.  

Sewer. The Flagg Creek Water Reclamation District (FCWRD) provides sanitary sewer services for Clarendon Hills and the surrounding area. FCWRD can be reached at 630-323-3299.

Refuse and Recycling. The Village is contracted with Republic Services (630-964-3232) to provide residential refuse, recycling, and yard waste collection.

Electricity. Commonwealth Edison (800-334-7661)
The Village of Clarendon Hills offers a lower electric supply rate through electric aggregation.  For more information on how to join, click here

Natural Gas. Nicor (888-642-6748)

Good to Know

  • Vehicle Stickers. The Village requires Village's registered within the Village to receive a vehicle sticker. They can be purchased through the Police Department at Village Hall or online. New residents must obtain a village vehicle sticker within 30 days of moving into the Village. Existing residents who acquire a new vehicle must show proof of purchase within 30 days to avoid late charges.
  • Commuter parking permits. Quarterly commuter parking permits for Burlington/Quincy and the Metra Lot are available through the Police department.
  • Pet License. Pets must be registered with the Village of Clarendon Hills. Pet license applications are available through the Police Department or at Village Hall.
  • Building Permits. Any person planning to perform work in connection with the construction, erection, enlargement, remodeling, altering, repair, raising, lowering, underpinning, moving or wrecking of any building, structure or portion is required to first apply for and obtain a building permit.
  • Alarm Permits. Please note, any resident with a security system that contains an alarm must complete a permit application available at the police station.
  • Smart911. Register for Smart911, a confidential DuPage County service that allows you to create a family profile so that in an emergency, first responders will know as much information as possible when arriving at your home. Registering your cell phone to your home address is another great advantage.
  • Maps. Interactive Village and County maps are posted at www.clarendonhills.us/maps.

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