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31Mar

Stay-at-Home Order Extended through April 30th

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Gov. JB Pritzker extended the stay-at-home order through April 30th. What does this mean? Whatever you’ve been doing the past two weeks, keep on doing it! #stayathome #flattenthecurve. Public and Private schools will remain closed and transition to remote learning days, while NECESSARY SERVICES WILL CONTINUE TO STAY OPEN: grocery stores, banks, hospitals, healthcare providers, veterinary services, […]
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10Mar

Algonquin-River Road Open

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Algonquin Township Highway Department announced the culvert project on Algonquin-River Road is now complete and the road is open to traffic. As always, follow the rules of the road and proceed with caution.
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05Mar

10 Tons on March 9th

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Village maintained roads will be posted for reduced weight restrictions effective Monday, March 9th. That means any vehicle, load or combination thereof that exceeds 10 tons/20,000 pounds is required to obtain an overweight permit. And it’s easy! Go to oxcartpermits.com to submit your application.
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28Feb

Early Voting Begins March 2, 2020

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Early voting for the Presidential Primary Election begins Monday, March 2nd, 2020. Cook County residents can cast their vote at Village Hall. Early voting hours vary so be sure to visit our Voter Information page for more information.
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14Feb

Village Hall Offices Closed in Observance of President’s Day, February 17th

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Almanac.com  |  January 27, 2020  | The Editors PRESIDENTS’ DAY 2020 PRESIDENTS’ DAY HISTORY, FOLKLORE, AND MORE   Presidents’ Day is Monday, February 17, 2020! Which presidents do we celebrate on Presidents’ Day? Learn the history of Presidents’ Day and why we celebrate! IS THIS HOLIDAY CALLED PRESIDENTS’ DAY OR WASHINGTON’S BIRTHDAY? Although the holiday is most often referred to […]
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27Nov

Village Hall Offices Closed For Thanksgiving Holiday

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Nearly 51 million Americans are expected to travel this Thanksgiving holiday. If you find yourself in one of these cities, Thrillist has found “The Best Pie Shops in America.” There’s always room for pie!  thrillist.com/eat/nation/best-pies-in-america-thrillist-nation Village Hall Offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday, November 28th & 29th. For emergencies, dial 911. For non-emergencies, […]
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12Sep

Crabtree Nature Center to Host Art in Nature: Color the Preserves Event

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Crabtree Nature Center invites the public to the annual Art in Nature: Color the Preserves event, hosted from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 3 Stover Rd in Barrington Hills on Sunday, Sept. 15. “During this free event, attendees can enjoy a variety of activities including painting with watercolor, drawing with colored pencils, sculpting with clay, […]
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21Aug

Recent Vehicle Burglaries in Algonquin

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The Barrington Hills Police Department would like you to be aware of numerous vehicle burglaries which have recently occurred on the east side of Algonquin. The Department urges residents to remove valuables, including keys and fobs (remote car starters, garage door openers, etc.), lock all doors, and if possible, park vehicles in illuminated areas. Any suspicious […]
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13Nov

2019 Consolidated Election Pre-Filing Notice

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ELECTION INFORMATION The Village of Barrington Hills elects its officials in at-large elections, therefore, no primaries are held for Village offices. Consolidated Elections are held for such offices in April of odd-numbered years.  In 2019, the Consolidated Elections will be held on April 2, 2019.  Primaries and General Elections for national or state offices are […]
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