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POLICE! Did you see it? While on patrol in the NW portion of the Village at 1:25 am, a Lisle Police Officer observed a meteor streaking across the night sky & immediately activated his dashboard camera to record the incredible event. The National Weather Service was also notified. View this awe-inspiring event here. To learn more, visit https://www.villageoflisle.org/Archive.aspx?ADID=387
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WEATHER ALERT! A possibility for severe weather exits on Sun, Nov 5, with primary risk south of I-80. Storms & a tornado could occur. Review helpful safety info about tornados, communication during weather events, places to take shelters & more.
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Update: Short Street is now open! There are no road closures in the Village.

Wednesday, February 21st Late AM Update
As of Wednesday morning, February 21, 2018, Short Street between Riverview Drive and the Lisle Senior High School remains closed due to flood water on the roadway. The Village experienced over 2.5 inches of rainfall since yesterday. While the National Weather Service has extended the Flood Watch/Warning until late morning, water levels have receded overnight... and sand bagging stations have been removed.

As a courtesy, restrictions on overnight parking have been suspended for today (Wednesday, February 21st) and will be reevaluated on Thursday, February 22nd. Resident and visitor vehicles may park overnight on residential streets that are not in the floodplain. Should you wish to move your vehicle, a detailed map highlighting parking options can be found on this page:

https://www.villageoflisle.org/DocumentCenter/View/2272

If you choose to move your vehicle to higher ground, please park only along the north and east sides of residential roads to allow room for emergency vehicles. Display your phone number on the dashboard so that police may contact you if necessary. Additional flood preparedness information:

https://www.villageoflisle.org/…/Protect-You-Your-Property-…

Please call the Police Department non-emergency number (630) 271-4200 to report flooded roadways or other storm related concerns. For emergencies, please call 911.

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***UPDATE***
As of Wednesday morning (February 21) at 7:30 a.m., Short Street between Riverview Drive and the Lisle Senior High School remains closed due to flo...od water on the roadway.

Weather update: The Village experienced over 2.5 inches of rainfall since yesterday. While the National Weather Service has extended the Flood Watch/Warning until 10:45 a.m. tomorrow morning, we believe that water levels will continue recede throughout the night. At this time, the only road closure in the Village is the 1800 block of Short Street in Community Park. The self-serve sandbag locations at River Dr./Burlington and Main St./Southport will remain open until the storm has passed.

Resident and visitor vehicles may park overnight on residential streets that are not in the floodplain. Should you wish to move your vehicle, a detailed map highlighting parking options can be found on the Village of Lisle website. If you choose to move your vehicle to higher ground, please park only along the north and east sides of residential roads to allow room for emergency vehicles. Display your phone number on the dashboard so that police may contact you if necessary. Further flood preparedness information can be found at
https://www.villageoflisle.org/…/Protect-You-Your-Property-…

With the temperatures expected to drop below freezing, Public Works staff will work overnight to begin salting roadways in preparation for the early morning rush hour. Residents should expect roads to be slick during the commute Wednesday morning and be aware of the potential for black ice. Drivers should use extreme caution and allow extra time to reach their destination tomorrow morning.

Please call the Police Department non-emergency number (630) 271-4200 to report flooded roadways or other storm related concerns. For emergencies, please call 911.

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***UPDATE***
As of Wednesday morning (February 21) at 7:30 a.m., Short Street between Riverview Drive and the Lisle Senior High School remains closed due to flo...od water on the roadway.

Weather update: The Village experienced over 2.5 inches of rainfall since yesterday. While the National Weather Service has extended the Flood Watch/Warning until 10:45 a.m. tomorrow morning, we believe that water levels will continue recede throughout the night. At this time, the only road closure in the Village is the 1800 block of Short Street in Community Park. The self-serve sandbag locations at River Dr./Burlington and Main St./Southport will remain open until the storm has passed.

Resident and visitor vehicles may park overnight on residential streets that are not in the floodplain. Should you wish to move your vehicle, a detailed map highlighting parking options can be found on the Village of Lisle website. If you choose to move your vehicle to higher ground, please park only along the north and east sides of residential roads to allow room for emergency vehicles. Display your phone number on the dashboard so that police may contact you if necessary. Further flood preparedness information can be found at
https://www.villageoflisle.org/…/Protect-You-Your-Property-…

With the temperatures expected to drop below freezing, Public Works staff will work overnight to begin salting roadways in preparation for the early morning rush hour. Residents should expect roads to be slick during the commute Wednesday morning and be aware of the potential for black ice. Drivers should use extreme caution and allow extra time to reach their destination tomorrow morning.

Please call the Police Department non-emergency number (630) 271-4200 to report flooded roadways or other storm related concerns. For emergencies, please call 911.

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Due to flooding, Short Street is closed Between Riverview Drive and Lisle Sr. High school. Access to the Park District and High School can be made via Yackley Ave. and Ohio St. Updates will be posted as the situation changes.

CURRENT FLOOD WATCH/WARNING
The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch/Warning for the Lisle area. Due to rainfall received and predicted to continue throughout the day/night, self-serve sandbagging stations have been set up at River Drive/Burlington Avenue and Main Street/Southport Avenue. Overnight street parking restrictions are suspended during this time. Vehicles may park overnight on residential streets that are not in the floodplain. Visit the link below for... a map highlighting parking options. If you move your vehicle to higher ground, please park only along the north and east sides of residential roads to allow room for emergency vehicles. Display your phone number on the dashboard so that police may contact you if necessary. Further flood preparedness information can be found at https://www.villageoflisle.org/…/Protect-You-Your-Property-…

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If your property is susceptible to flooding, there are flood damage reduction measures you may wish to consider.
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Today’s planned ComEd power outage for the west side of Green Trails has been cancelled due to weather at the Village’s request. ComEd will reschedule and notify residents.

Staff will be monitoring rainfall throughout the day and will posting more updates.

The National Weather Service is your best source for complete weather forecast and weather related information on the web!
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With heavy rain expected tomorrow and snow melt to occur with the higher temps, our area will be under a Flood Watch the next few days.

February Monthly Electronics Recycling Event
Electronics Tomorrow, Saturday February 17th
The next electronics recycling event will take place on Saturday, February 17 in the Commuter Parking Lot just west of Village Hall on Burlington Avenue from 8 a.m. to noon. CRTs, flat screen and projection TVs will be accepted, but a small fee ($25-$35) will be assessed depending on size. To learn more, review a map of the location and a list of items accepted, visit: https://www.villageoflisle.org/DocumentCenter/View/1636

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PROPOSED FY2018/19 BUDGET
On Monday, March 5, 2018 at 7:00 P.M., the Mayor and Village Board will conduct a public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2018 - 2019 budget. The proposed budget, which includes a narrative detailing changes in the budget as compared to last year and the capital improvement program, can be found here: https://www.villageoflisle.org/DocumentCenter/View/2680. Individuals interested in the budget hearing are encouraged to attend and will have the opportunity to provide comment.

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***UPDATE*** As of Monday, February 19th, there are still a limited amount of spots available for these two classes. Please email Officer Cindy McKay at cmckay@...villageoflisle.org if you are interested in attending.

Great News!

The One Light Self Defense team members are all healthy again and ready to reschedule the self defense classes that were recently canceled. The rescheduled dates are as follows:

Women’s self-defense class: Friday, February 23, 2018 (5:30-8:30 pm) at the Lisle Police Department

Kid’s (K-5th grade) self-defense class: Saturday, February 24, 2018 (9:00-11:00 am) at the Lisle Police Department.

Priority registration will be given to all that were registered for the classes that were canceled. Please RSVP via email to Officer Cindy McKay at cmckay@villageoflisle.org if you would like to attend the rescheduled class. Please provide your full name, and whether you will be attending the Women’s or Kid’s class.

Thank you

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Winter Weather Advisory Remains in Effect until Noon Sunday, February 11, 2018

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect
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