Community Events

  1. 4th of July
  2. Summer Daze
  3. Art on the Prairie
  4. Arbor Day
  5. Bike Rodeo
  6. National Night Out
  7. Holly Days

Warrenville's 4th of July Celebration is a two-day event that is organized by the Warrenville Friends of the 4th and begins on July 3rd. The celebration kicks off with a parade on July 3rd. This fun event showcases Warrenville's talent with local School and Park District dance troops, bands, and singers. Local scouting troops walk the parade, celebrating the flag and what it represents. Attendees will see new and old-time fire trucks and squad cars as well as floats from local businesses and community groups.

On the 4th of July, the Annual Firecracker 5k Run/Walk kicks off at the Warrenville Park District Recreation Center at 8:00 a.m. The scenic course incorporates the Illinois Prairie Path, Warrenville Grove Forest Preserve, and the streets of downtown Warrenville. Next, Cerny Park is transformed into a large festival to celebrate the nation's birthday. Another parade featuring just the children takes place early in the day with the rest of the celebration filled with events and food. Kids can enjoy face painting, balloon twisting, sack races, a hula hoop contest and much more. Adults have their choice of food and beverage as well as joining in on the contests and watching the live music entertainment. The event concludes with a spectacular fireworks show at the end of the evening.

2020 event information coming soon!

  1. Mon, Feb 17

    Presidents Day Holiday - City Offices and Police Lobby Closed All City offices and the Police Department front lobby will be closed on Monday, February 17th for the Presidents Day holiday. For emergency assistance during closed POLICE DEPARTMENT front lobby hours, please use the red telephone located between the front entrance doors, or dial 9-1-1 from your cellular phone. Police emergency response will not be affected.
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  2. Tue, Feb 18

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  3. Wed, Feb 19

    State of the City Address Please join us as Mayor Brummel presents the State of the City Address, which is an opportunity to learn what the City has accomplished over the last year, what is ongoing, and the goals for next year. It is a great way to engage in the community and learn about what impacts you the most. Attendees can meet other elected officials, City, and overlapping taxing district staff, community group representatives, and business owners. This year's event will be hosted on Wednesday, February 19,...
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  4. Thu, Feb 20

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