Census Enumerator in Town

We have just been notified that there is a Census Enumerator in Maple Park making door to door visits during the month of August to those households that have not yet responded to their Census. A Notice of Visit will be left with that houehold outlining the ways you can respond to the Census-online or by phone-and up to 3 notices can possibly be left.

They will be here mostly during the daytime hours for the week, but depending on responses received they could also be making door to door visits in the evening and on weekends to try and catch those that may be at work during the week day.

A copy of the Notice of Visit can be found at the link below:

Notice of Visit

If you have any questions at all, please give us a call at village hall at 815-827-3309

Electrical Aggregation Notices

 

AEP Energy is set to mail out letters to all residents on Monday, August 17th regarding the new electric supply charges. A copy of this letter is available at the link below. Keep your eyes out for this mailing and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact AEP Energy directly at 630-882-6100

AEP Electrical Aggregation Mailer

 

Emergency Rental and Mortgage Assistance Program

IHDA Launches Emergency Rental and Mortgage Assistance Program

The Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) has developed the Emergency Rental Assistance program to support Illinois tenants who are unable to pay for rent due to a COVID-19-related loss of income. The program will provide Illinois renters a $5,000 grant that will be sent to their landlords.

The Emergency Rental Assistance program is expected to reach 30,000 renters that have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic and will run through December 2020, or until the available funds are exhausted, whichever comes first. Applications for this program will be accepted from August 10 to August 21. ​It is advisable to start the application once available on Monday, August 10th at 9 a.m. due to high demand. Only one application per household is allowed and an application is not a guarantee of assistance.

You can learn more about the program and how to apply for rental assistance at  https://era.ihda.org/   and at ema.ihda.org. for mortgage assistance beginning August 24th. If you have any questions, please call (312) 883-2270 or toll-free at (888) 252-1119. For those who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired, please contact Navicore Solutions for free assistance at (877) 274-4309 (TTY).​

Village Board Meeting – August 4, 2020

Please note that the Village Board meeting start time for the August 4th regular board meeting has been moved to an earlier 6:00p.m. starting time. However, the Board will begin this meeting with an Executive session and the public will be restricted from entry into the Board meeting room until after the conclusion of the Executive session, when the regular business portion of the Village board meeting will commence. The meeting agenda and meeting packet have been uploaded to the village website for you also.

If you wish to attend the board meeting, please remember to wear your mask, and practice social distancing guidelines while you are waiting. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

Maple Park Cooling Centers

With the onset of this unseasonably hot weather predicted for the future, Cooling Centers for Maple Park have been set up for anyone who may need one. Please share with anyone who may not have access to social media.

Cooling Centers-2020

Village Hall Closed for Holiday

Village Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3rd in observance of the July 4th holiday. We will be open on Monday, July 6th at our normal hours of 9:00am to Noon. We here at Village Hall wish you and yours a very safe and happy 4th of July!

4th of July Clip Art

Phase 4 Guidelines Overview – Restore Illinois

Are you confused about what Phase 4 reopening is going to involve? What has changed from Phase 3? At the link below you will find the Phase 4 Guidelines Overview from the Illinois Department of Commerce outlining how this new Phase will affect everyone. The earliest these new guidelines will be effective is June 26th, but we wanted to give everyone an opportunity to review them before that date.

Phase 4 Reopening Overview