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    Village Spotlight

  1. Village Hall and Flowers

    Welcoming and Inclusive Community Pledge

    On May 25, 2021, Village President Kathryn Ciesla and the Village Board of Trustees adopted a resolution endorsing the Welcoming and Inclusive Community Pledge. Learn more and sign the pledge. Additional Info...
  2. Freedom Park Plaque with Names of Residents Currently Serving

    Freedom Park Honors Those Currently Serving

    Do you know any Northbrook residents currently serving in the military? Contact the Village to add their name to the plaque at Freedom Park. Read on...
  3. Pop-Up Pickleball

    Pop-Up Pickleball in Downtown Northbrook

    The Village of Northbrook and Northbrook Park District have partnered to bring Pop-Up Pickleball to Downtown Northbrook starting June 18! Read on...
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    Premise Alert Program

    The Premise Alert Program notifies the Police and Fire Departments about a family member who may require special assistance or treatment during an emergency at home. Enroll yourself or a family member by filling out the Premise Alert Program form. Read on...
  5. Banner that says Northbrook Strong

    Northbrook Strong Neighbor Spotlight

    An active, engaged, and diverse community is what truly makes Northbrook strong - and we want to celebrate that! Read on...
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    Be Aware of Ruse Entry Burglaries

    The Northbrook Police want residents to be aware of ruse entry burglaries. Criminals may pose as a professional needing to do unexpected work on or near your house as an attempt to distract you or draw you away from your home. Read on...
  7. Pongo the police dog with car keys locking a car door

    Get with the 9PM Routine

    Prevent theft from your homes and vehicles with the "9PM Routine." This initiative promotes safe habits to make sure you're protected. Read on...
  8. 21-22 Vehicle Sticker with image that says Say No To Plastic

    Vehicle Stickers & Pet Tags

    Renewal notices for vehicle stickers and pet tags were mailed at the end of May. Purchases can be made with the Village's online payment system, by mail, or via postage free dropbox. Stickers and tags must be purchased and displayed by September 1.