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  1. Still image from Govenor Pritzker COVID19 state shelter in place annoucnement

    Gov. Pritzker Announces Statewide Stay At Home Order to Maximize COVID-19 Containment, Ensure Health

    Gov. Pritzker Announces Statewide Stay At Home Order to Maximize COVID-19 Containment, Ensure Health Care System Remains Fully Operational... Read on...
  2. FTC Coronavirus Scammer Flyer

    Aging Care Connections Coronavirus Resources

    Coronavirus scammers and information on how to support older adults.. Read on...
  3. COVID-19 Virus Guidance Flyer Page 1

    President's Coronavirus Guidance

    Even if you are young or otherwise healthy, you are at risk and your activites can increase the risk for others. It is critical that you do your part to slow the spread of the coronavirus... Read on...
  4. English COVID19 Summit Update March 20th 2020

    Village of Summit COVID-19 Update

    As of today, there have been no confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus within the Village of Summit. With that being said and as we try to continue to keep our community safe and virus free, I would like to reiterate the Governor JP Pritzker's executive... Read on...
  5. English Closure Letter March 18th 2020

    Village Office Closure

    The Village of Summit Strzelczyk Municipal Center will be closed from March 18th through March 30th... Read on...
  6. COVID19 Social Distancing Flyer

    Gov. Pritzker Announces Bars and Restaurants Will Close to Public by End of Monday

    Chicago — As the state continues to take aggressive action to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our communities, Governor JB Pritzker announced that all bars and restaurants in the state of Illinois will be closed to the public, beginning... Read on...
  7. Illinois Census Graphic 2020

    Get Counted in Illinois

    Illinois receives $20 billion in federal funding through U.S. Census data. This funding is important as it supports vital programs such as Medicaid, highways, and programs that help low-income households, rural communities, and communities of color... Read on...
  8. Cook County Public Health Lead Reduction Flyer

    Cook County Department of Public Health

    FREE home lead inspection and repairs available. Cook County Department of Public Health and the Department of Housing and Urban Development are working together to inspect homes and fix lead paint hazards in homes. Read on...
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