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Posted on: June 22, 2019

Romeoville Police Decrease Speed Limit on Portions of Six Village Roads

Speed Sign

The Romeoville Village Board has approved a recommendation by the Police Department to decrease the speed limit on portions of six village roads. The changes are all a decrease of five miles per hour. The affected roads are

  • Normantown Road (Montrose Dr. to...
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Posted on: June 20, 2019

Hot Wheels Legends Tour Coming to Romeoville

Hot Wheels

Is your car the next Hot Wheels? The Hot Wheels Legends Tour will be pulling into Romeoville on Saturday, July 13 in search of a custom car that will be turned into a Hot Wheels 1:64 die-cast car and inducted into the Garage of Legends. The 18 finalists (...

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Posted on: June 20, 2019

Celebrate July 4th Safely: Leave the Fireworks to the Pros


It’s that time of the year when nice weather, warm temperatures and outdoor activities signal the approaching July 4th Holiday period. The Romeoville Police Department would like to take this opportunity to warn residents of the dangers of illeg...

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Posted on: June 19, 2019

Romeoville School Namesakes: Robert C. Hill

Newsflash Hill

Park View Elementary opened in 1962 and was renamed Robert C. Hill Elementary School in 1977. But who was Robert Hill?

Robert Hill was raised in Vienna, IL as a farmer. He moved to unincorporated Romeoville in 1958 and built a home in College View next to ...

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Posted on: May 1, 2019

Electronic and Hazardous Household Items Pickup Service


As of May 1, Romeoville residents living in single family homes and townhouses will be able to dispose of household materials like paint, motor oil, electronics & more. The “At Your Door Special Collection” program will be carried ...

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Posted on: June 24, 2019

Romeoville School Namesakes: Irene King

Newsflash King

Opened in 1969, Ridge View Elementary School was renamed Irene King Elementary School in 1978. But who was Irene King?

King moved to Lockport in 1949, bringing with her 18 years of teaching experience. She began instructing eighth graders at Chapman Rural ...

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Posted on: May 9, 2019

New Development Projects as of April 18, 2019


To view a PDF version of projects click HERE