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Posted on: May 18, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Check Out Our New Look: City Website Gets a Refresh

A screenshot of the homepage of the City's redesigned website at

Welcome to our redesigned website,! We developed a user-friendly site that works well on your computer or your phone. 

Top features include:

Quick one-click access on the left -hand side of the page to: 

  • building permits
  • agendas
  • service requests
  • online payments
  • jobs 

Find the most-visited pages fast: 

  • New to Warrenville (resident services)
  • police
  • calendar
  • garbage and recycling
  • City projects
  • City maps

More news and spotlights, updated throughout the week. Check back regularly!

A bigger calendar, with a slideshow to promote upcoming events. Click on the image for more information. 

And the calendar has a Community Events section that highlights happenings throughout Warrenville

The Upcoming Meeting section lists all City meetings. 

Explore more of our site! Let's check out the categories at the top of the home page:

"How Do I..." lets you: 

  • apply for permits and licenses
  • contact staff or elected officials
  • register for notifications or voting
  • submit a request or a concern
  • look at the City code
  • view City maps
  • get agendas and minutes
  • and more

"Our Community" lets you: 

  • view annual community events
  • see construction/development projects
  • connect with community partners
  • read Hometown Happenings monthly newsletter
  • find resident services 
  • look at Census 2020 data

"City Government" lets you: 

  • learn about City elections
  • make a Freedom of Information Act request
  • register to vote
  • get notary and solicitor licenses

There's also information about: 

  • Boards and Commissions
  • City Departments
  • Public Meetings
  • a staff directory
  • the Strategic/Economic Development Plan
  • the City's Vision/Value Statements

"Doing Business" lets you: 

  • review building codes and ordinances
  • browse business development topics
  • read comprehensive and subarea plans
  • apply for a license or permit
  • learn about stormwater and floodplain management practices

Watch a video about the redesign on the City's YouTube Channel at:

Get started at

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