City Highlights

A new year at the State Capitol



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Rain Barrels Now Available
We are pleased to offer free rain barrels to our qualified residents.
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The City Of Berwyn Eliminates Online Payment “Convenience Fees”
The City of Berwyn will begin a pilot program in which online transactions through Berwyn’s website will no longer charge residents so-called “convenience fees.” Additionally, the City will finally accept all major credit cards for online payment to include Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. The overdue move by the City, enacted to increase service delivery to residents and embrace a more proactive approach to government, will go into effect at the start of 2015.
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ComEd Donates $300,000 for Special Holiday Assistance to Help Senior Citizens Pay Their Electric Bill
CHICAGO (Dec. 2, 2014) – This holiday season, ComEd is giving the gift of energy by dedicating more than $300,000 through a special “Senior Giving” hardship fund created to help senior citizens who have fallen behind on paying their electric bill. Now through Dec. 25, or while funds are available, ComEd will pay up to $1,500 towards eligible customer’s past due balance.  [Read More]
Notice of Public Hearing
Notice is hereby given to all interested persons that the City of Berwyn Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, the 16th day of December, 2014, in the City of Berwyn Council Chambers on the second floor, located at 6700 West 26th Street, Berwyn, Illinois, at the hour of 7:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as the business of the Zoning Board of Appeals permits, to consider the following: [Read More]
Metra Safety Poster and Safety Essay Contests
The Metra Safety Poster and Safety Essay Contests are key initiatives in our ongoing safety campaignto further students' awareness, understanding and implementation of critical railroad safety practices. [Read More]
Cook County’s first Long Range Transportation.
Nine months into the development of Cook County’s first Long Range
Transportation Plan in 70 years, the County is hosting several open
houses seeking resident and business input on transportation priorities and
potential long-range scenarios. Cook County wants to produce a plan that
links transportation to jobs and economic development, supports more
livable and sustainable communities and addresses infrastructure needs 25
years into the future. [Read More]