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The Butler Government Center (Village Hall), and all the other Village buildings will remain closed to the public through Friday, June, 26th due to the Governor’s state mandate of the pandemic. This includes the Oak Brook Public Library, the Bath & Tennis Club, and the Oak Brook Golf Club. Our offices are now open Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
The Oak Brook Golf Club is now accepting Walking Only Tee Time Reservations 630-368-6400 Please visit the Oak Brook Golf Club website for restrictions https://www.golfoakbrook.org/
The Police Department Administration and Records personnel will remain open for walk-in services using the red lobby phone Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and will work with our residents and follow the COVID-19 guidelines put in place. People requesting immediate police services outside those times will be connected to our dispatch center (DU-COMM) to speak to on-duty personnel by picking up the red lobby phone. These reduced hours will be in place through Friday, June 26th.
The Oak Brook Public Library also remain closed until Friday June 26th. Please keep in mind, that although the Library building may be closed, online resources are still available to Oak Brook residents. Visit the Library’s Oak Brook Public Library Website for more information on how to access all the Library’s digital content including books, magazines, movies, and educational databases.
The Development Services Department (Building Department) has prepared this Operating Notice (PDF)
The Village made these decisions based upon guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) in order to begin implementing appropriate ‘social distancing’ precautions into our Village operations so that we may protect the health, safety, and well-being of our residents and employees, while also continuing to maintain essential Village functions and emergency response services. As a local government, it is our shared responsibility to try to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 by following the recommendations of federal and state public health officials.
IDPH Social Distancing Recommendations can be found here (PDF)