Due to the frigid temperatures we are experiencing in this area, the Public Works Water Department is advising residents to turn the basement or lower level faucets to a slow trickle to prevent pipes from freezing.
With the draft Comprehensive Plan nearly finalized, the Village Board expects to take action on the matter in January. There is still time for residents to attend and provide input Comp Plan, and the following questions and answers provide a useful resource to see what’s “under the hood.” In addition, you can go to our […]
This week, the Village Board of Trustees and Planning & Zoning Commission held a unique joint meeting to go over a draft of the Comprehensive Plan, proposed for adoption early next year. The current draft is nearly final, and reflects the culmination of comments received at many public meetings, formal hearings, and open houses throughout […]
On Monday, December 13, the Village Board of Trustees and Planning & Zoning Commission held a unique joint meeting to go over a draft of the Comprehensive Plan, proposed for adoption early next year. The current draft is nearly final, and reflects the culmination of comments received at many public meetings, formal hearings, and open […]
The Village Hall will be closed for the holidays the following days: December 25th and December 26th January 1, 2018 On December 29th, the Village Hall will be open from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon Village Staff wishes everyone a happy and healthy holiday season!
The Brookfield Chamber of Commerce will formally welcome Alphabet Learning Center on Saturday, December 9 with a ribbon cutting ceremony set for 2:00 P.M. The Village joins the Chamber in welcoming another business to the downtown area, in addition to Fiesta Margarita (September), Strive 4 Fitness (November) and Little Owl (coming in January). The […]
There is a water main break at 4300 Blanchan. No boiling of water is required. You may need to clean the screens in your faucet when the water returns. Estimated repair is 2-3 hours.
Village crews are busy cleaning up the last of the leaves to get the streets cleared of all debris. The last day to put leaves in the street was November 30th. Please do not put any more leaves in the street. If you choose to, leaves can be bagged and tagged with extra garbage […]
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The Brookfield Zoo is reporting strong attendance again with overall attendance in 2016 exceeding 2.3 million visitors (that’s more than the Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, and Art Institute). The performance exceeds 2015 figures reported in the Chicago Tribune. More than 80% of Zoo visitors reside within 50 miles of the attraction, with 33% from nearby […]