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Posted on: June 29, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Village Buildings Re-Opening Plan

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The Butler Government Center (Village Hall) is now open. Our Village offices will now be open Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Village staff will be available to assist our Village residents and visitors as Village personnel will be following the COVID-19 guidelines put in place as part of the Restore Illinois Phase 4.

The Village Departments located at the Butler Government Center include the Village Administration staff, Finance Department, Development Services (Building Department), Police Department, and the Fire Department.

People requesting immediate non-emergency Police or Fire services outside of our normal business hours will be connected to our dispatch center (DU-COMM) to speak to on-duty personnel by picking up the red lobby phone.

Even though the Village Hall has reopened to the public, we encourage you to conduct as much business with the Village over the phone or online as possible. Almost everything that you can do in person can be done electronically. For certain functions that require an in-person interaction, we have staff available that will be able to assist as we will be working to protect the safety and well-being of all involved.

IDPH Social Distancing Recommendations can be found here (PDF)

The Oak Brook Golf Club is also open. Please call 630-368-6400 to make a reservation. Additional information is available of the Oak Brook Golf Club website

The Oak Brook Public Library will reopen with limited services and hours on Monday, July 6th. There is an occupancy limit of 50 people, so we are asking our patrons to browse and check out materials only. To see exactly what services are available and the new hours, please visit the Library’s website for additional information. h

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continually evaluate these Village requirements and make appropriate modifications when safe to do so.

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