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  1. Property Taxes Nearly Double to $15.6 Billion Since 2001

    Property owners can use cookcountytreasurer.com to see a 20-year history of their Cook County property taxes from 2001 to today, a new website feature that brings home the rising cost of government. Read on...
  2. Upcoming Election-Early Voting Has Begun

    Let your voice be heard. Information on early voting is attached. Read on...
  3. Halloween 2020

    Like so many activities and events that have changed this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Chicago Ridge families can expect Halloween 2020 to look a bit different as well. Read on...
  4. Public Input: Phase I Study – Ridgeland Avenue Streetscape Improvements

    The Village of Chicago Ridge has initiated preliminary engineering (Phase I Engineering Study) to investigate streetscape enhancements along the east side of Ridgeland Avenue from 108th Street to 107th Street and from the Metra tracks to 102nd Place. Read on...
  5. What is the Illinois Municipal League and why is it important?

    Founded in 1913, the Illinois Municipal League is the statewide organization that represents the 1,298 cities, towns and villages in Illinois. The League serves as the voice of all municipalities on matters of common interest that are being proposed. Read on...
  6. Backflow Testing Compliance Issues

    Representatives from a company called Municipal Backflow have been contacting residents in neighboring towns claiming they aren't in compliance with the State's law concerning irrigation backflow preventer (RPZ) tests. Read on...
  7. ComEd COVID-19Related Energy Scams

    As the COVID-19 pandemic takes a financial toll on families and businesses across northern Illinois, scammers are increasing their efforts to take advantage of vulnerable customers who may be struggling to pay their bills. Read on...
  8. Chicago Ridge Businesses - New Business Interruption Grant (BIG) Program - ROUND 2!!!

    The Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) will launch the second round of Business Interruption Grants (BIG) by providing $200 million to businesses experiencing losses or business interruption as a result of COVID-19 related closures. Read on...
  9. An Update from the Mayor

    An Update from the Mayor Read on...
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