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CSLogo2Welcome to the Village of Carol Stream official website. It is our hope that you will be able to use this website to find the information you need to make informed decisions about your interactions with the Village of Carol Stream. The Village is governed by a Mayor and six Trustees elected at large. A professional Village Manager appointed by the Mayor with the concurrence of the Board of Trustees manages the day to day operations of the Village. The Mayor and Village Board of Trustees encourage residents to attend its regularly scheduled meetings on the 1st & 3rd Monday of each month at 7:30 pm at the Gregory J. Bielawski Municipal Center located at 500 N. Gary Ave.  During each meeting, residents and the general public are provided an opportunity to share issues and concerns directly with the Village Board during the Listening Post segment of the meeting.  We encourage residents to get to know their elected and appointed officials by attending a Village Board meeting, which is also a good way to get to know your new community and become familiar community issues. All regularly scheduled Village Board meetings are rebroadcast on Comcast Cable Television public access channel 6 or AT&T U-Verse public access channel 99.

We hope you enjoy living in or visiting Carol Stream and believe you will discover excellent schools, cultural and recreational opportunities as well as other amenities that will contribute to your comfort and well-being in the Village of Carol Stream. If there are any services or information you desire to get your home established, continue your residency or conduct business with the Village please feel free to contact our friendly receptionists at 630-665-7050 for assistance. They will be happy to answer your questions or direct you to the desired department and staff member.

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Upcoming Events

Mon Aug 25 @ 7:00PM - 08:30PM
Plan Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals
Thu Aug 28 @ 9:00AM - 01:00PM
B.A.S.S.E.T. Training

Community Resources

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Carol Stream Park District
Enriching the community by fulfilling residents needs for healthy,accessible, quality recreation activities, parks and facilities
Carol Stream Library
Carol Stream Library, a good place to get a book.
Glenbard North High School
Glenbard North High School. A great place to get an education.
District 87
Glenbard Township High School District 87 is the third largest high school district in Illinois.
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municipalcenter The Carol Stream Village Hall and Police Department is located at 500 North Gary Avenue. The Village Hall is open M-F 8 - 5 and closed on Weekends. The Police Department is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. For emergencies, please call 911. For more information see our Departments pages


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The Website is Under Construction

Construction Over the next few weeks, the Village of Carol Stream will be conducting maintenance on our website. During this time, content will be moved, adjusted and maybe deleted! Please be patient and feel free to contact us if you need assistance. We can be reached at the Village offices (630) 665-7050.

Roadway Crack Filling Maintenance to Begin Soon

Crackfilling is the process of injecting a hot rubberized sealant into isolated cracks in the asphalt pavement to prevent water from penetrating the sub-grade and stone base. If left exposed, these cracks become a conduit for surface water to infiltrate the pavement causing the base to become unstable which leads to additional pavement deterioration. An unstable pavement base overtime will lead to increased cracking and, eventually, the formation of potholes.  Additionally, keeping water out of the pavement base can also help alleviate frost heave in the pavement during the winter months. 

Fall CERT Training Academy

The Carol Stream Police Department and Carol Stream Fire Department are holding the 6th annual Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) class. Various topics such as disaster preparedness, fire safety, medical operations, search/rescue, and terrorism are discussed each week.

Fall classes begin October 9th, 2014 and continue through December 11th, 2014 from 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM.
Classes are held once a week on Thursday evenings at the Carol Stream Fire Protection District Headquarters, 365 North Kuhn Road, Carol Stream, IL 60188. No fee required.

To register for the fall class contact Officer Thomas Eby at teby@carolstream.org or 630-871-6201.

Vehicle Registration Enforcement to Begin August 1st

The Village thanks those who registered their motorized vehicle(s) with the Village during the 60-day registration period ending June 30th. The Police Department will soon begin field enforcement by ticketing those who fail to display a current Village vehicle sticker(s) on the lower right hand corner of their vehicle’s front windshield.  Residents who have not yet licensed their vehicle(s) with the Village are encouraged to do so before the enforcement period begins by registering them at one of the following 3 locations:

Klein Creek Flood Mitigation Project

The Klein Creek Flood Mitigation Project began early June 2014. The project along Klein Creek in Armstrong Park, located in Carol Stream, is a joint effort between DuPage County Stormwater Management, the Village of Carol Stream and the Carol Stream Park District to alleviate flooding in the area. In order to do this, DuPage County will construct a two-reservoir system that will operate when water elevations in Klein Creek increase in order to divert floodwaters from the majority of the nearby Armstrong Park neighborhood. Reservoir One will take in water directly from Klein Creek and upon reaching a specific elevation, water will be pumped into Reservoir Two—a much larger storage reservoir.

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500 North Gary Avenue | Carol Stream, Illinois 60188 | Phone: (630) 665-7050 | TDD: (630) 668-5785 | Fax: (630) 665-1064