Police Events



Please call police non-emergency (630-393-2131) during lobby hours to see if your requested non-emergency service is being offered at this time.

Upcoming and Current events...

Dog Licensing & Bike Registration - Sat., Sept. 18, 2021, 1p-2p at Woodland School
All dogs calling Warrenville their home need to be licensed with the City. Resident pet owners whose dogs are unlicensed are encouraged to attend any event during September and October to purchase a license. Each event will take place in a different location throughout the city. Please bring each dog's current rabies certificate with you to satisfy the City code requirement. Fees are listed below and are per license.

Bike registration will be available at the same time. There is no fee to register your bike with the Police Department.  A numbered sticker will be placed on your bike, which will help get your lost/found bike returned to you.

Questions regarding these events may be directed to CSO Perry at Police non-emergency: 630-393-2131.

Dog License Bike Registration event 09/18 and 09/25/21 (image)

Document Shredding with Electronic Recycling - Sat., Sept. 18, 2021, from 9A-12P
Warrenville residents are invited to a second document shredding with electronic recycling event taking place on September 18th at Bower Elementary School from 9a.m. to 12 noon (or until trucks reach capacity, whichever occurs first).  Paper documents are limited to three (3) banker-sized boxes or standard paper grocery bags.   Electronic recycling is free except for certain larger items that will require a PRE-paid voucher (online). Payment will NOT be accepted at the event.  

Information AND DROP-OFF DETAILS on this event can be found in the September Hometown Happenings newsletter, or on the City calendar.

Vendors for this event are: Docu-Shred and E-Waste Solutions. Questions regarding shredding documents or allowable electronics may be directed toward the respective vendor. 

What can be recycled?

Paper Shredding & Electronic Recycling event for Residents 9/18/21 (image)

Our Success Stories...

Coffee for Champions (formerly Cop on Rooftop) to benefit Special Olympics IL
Thank you to all who came out and supported Special Olympics IL athletes on August 20th at both Warrenville Dunkin Donuts locations. Together, we raised $6,617.30! Information on the event is available on the City "Spotlight" at this link.

Special Olympics IL Coffee for Champions thank you (image)

National Night Out Against Crime 
Thank you to all who took a moment to celebrate together with the Warrenville Police Department and local businesses the spirit, the successes, and the determination it takes to keep our growing City neighborhoods safe for all!   Look for photos to be posted when they become available.  If you have any ideas for next year's event, please contact CSO Perry at jperry@warrenville.il.us

More information on National Night Out is available through the National Association of Town Watch website at www.nationalnightout.org

Police Neighborhood Roll Calls:
Thank you to everyone who participated in their Neighborhood Roll Call session during June and July.   We'd like your feedback on how we did and invite you to make suggestions on how to make these sessions a more valuable resource to you and your neighborhood.  Please call police non-emergency (630-393-2131) and ask to speak with Administrative Assistant Schwarting to share your ideas.

Annual Shredding Day and Electronic Recycling event:
On May 8, 2021, the Police Department hosted the shredding day with electronic recycling event.  A much larger than anticipated turnout took advantage of this free event to Warrenville residents.  A total of 8, 920 pounds of documents was shredded and a second over-flow trip for the recycling vendor was necessary.

Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Illinois
On February 27th , the Police Department and Warrenville Fire Protection District teamed up to take the Polar Plunge in the City Hall parking lot. Thanks to so many generous donators, and a few brave plungers who took the dive into the 33 degree water! Together we raised $5,320 that went directly to Special Olympic Illinois!  Thank you so much, everyone! 
Polar Plunge 21 montage

November/December 2020 - No Shave November and Double-Down December: During these two months, the Chief of Police temporarily lifted certain police policy, which then allowed personnel to participate in these two noteworthy causes. Personnel donated no less than $75 to participate in these fundraisers to help in the fight against childhood cancer, whether they grew hair or not. Public was invited to participate with them by donating. All $1,320 in donations raised went directly to St. Jude Hospital in Illinois!

Toys for TotsThe 2020 U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign was a huge success thanks to the many generous people who donated. On Friday, December 11th, Police Department personnel loaded up the department “sleigh” and dropped off the toys at the designated DuPage County Marine Corps distribution site. There were so many toys that our drop-off caused a 15-20 car backup! The Police Department would like to express their heartfelt thanks to all of those who helped give area kids in need a wonderful Christmas to remember!
Toys for Tots 2020 Loading up the Sleigh!

Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Illinois:  February 29, 2020,  at Oak Brook Bath & Tennis Club.  Team Warrenville’s goal was to raise $1,000 and with the help of many generous donations, $1,498 was raised!  Thanks to all.  Watch them take the plunge at this City of Warrenville Facebook video link.
Polar Plunge Special Olympics Illinois - February, 2020

December 2019 - Shop with a Cop: The Police Department participated in the 33rd Annual Shop with a Cop event. The county-wide event was coordinated by the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 109 and designed to benefit local underprivileged children. Participants gathered at the Glen Ellyn Park District for breakfast and caravan to the Meijer food store in Bloomingdale for shopping. Children were able to choose to shop for themselves or for family members.  Shop with a Cop 2019 photo

November/December 2019 - Toys for Tots: The Police Department was a drop-off site for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots campaign. The generosity of those who donated this year was amazing!  Toys for Tots 2019 - Loading up the toys at the Police Department

November/December 2019 - No Shave November and Double-Down December: During these two months, the Chief of Police temporarily lifted the police policy, which then allowed personnel to participate in these two noteworthy causes. Personnel donated no less than $75 to participate in these fundraisers to help in the fight against childhood cancer, whether they grew hair or not.   A total of $1,305 was raised and donated to St. Jude Hospital.  Check out Marlo Thomas’  heartwarming thank you letter.

August 2019 - National Night Out Against Crime: thanks to all who participated and made it a huge success!  Warrenville was recognized for their efforts, which start as early as January.  Check out our plaque, awarded by National Association of Town Watch.

National Night Out photo 35
May 2019 - IL Torch Run for Special Olympics IL: Cop on Rooftop with Dunkin Donuts, Raised $6,758.32!  A big thank you goes out to all who helped make that possible!Cop on Rooftop 2019 photo 1