E-Newsletter: January 8, 2021
DuPage County Health Department Planning for Vaccine Distribution
Since the first doses of the vaccine were received on December 16, 2020, DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) and the health systems serving DuPage County are working to vaccinate as many healthcare personnel as possible as the vaccine supply increases. 

In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and their Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations as of December 22, 2020, DCHD is following the multi-phased approach outlined below: 
Phase 1a: Healthcare personnel and long-term care facility residents. DuPage County is currently in this phase. 

Phase 1b: Frontline essential workers and persons aged 75 years and older. More defining information will be provided by Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). 

Phase 1c: People aged 65—74 years, people aged 16—64 years with underlying medical conditions, and other essential workers. 

More Information: 
The DuPage County Health Department has launched a COVID-19 vaccine website that features the latest information regarding the vaccine and plans for distribution, along with a listing of Frequently Asked Questions. 

Sign-up HERE to receive the DuPage County Health Department's COVID-19 weekly update. This weekly email newsletter informs community partners and the general public of important updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic in DuPage County. 

Read the most recent DuPage County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Weekly Update HERE.
Mayoral State of Our City Address
Mayor Morley will deliver the Annual "State of Our City" Mayoral Address from the second-floor Hammersmith Community Room at Community Bank of Bank on January 14 at 8 a.m. presented live on ElmhurstTV YouTube Page.
Youth Commission Virtual Event
The City of Elmhurst Commission on Youth is hosting a series of “Youth Issues During Covid”. Our next virtual live event is: “Depression in Kids During Covid”. Sponsored by Amita Health and Dr. Jason Washburn. 
Thursday, January 14th, 7:00-8:30pm
City of Elmhurst Blood Drive
January 18, 2020
City Hall Council Chambers
9am-2pm.

To schedule your appointment call Vitalat at 877.258.4825

Group code is 915B.
Disposing of Holiday Trees & Refuse Christmas trees will be picked up without a refuse sticker if placed at the curb on your regular refuse collection day during the first and second week in January. After that, a sticker is required. All ornaments, lights, tinsel, and nails must be removed. Trees may not be placed in plastic bags. Wrapping paper, packing peanuts, garlands, and wreaths may be included with regular refuse. Boxes may be recycled if they measure no more than three feet by three feet, have been flattened, and bagged or bundled. 
Holiday Light Recycling Recycle holiday lights at Courts Plus (186 S. West Avenue), Elmhurst Park District Admin Office (375 W First St.), Wagner Community Center (615 N. West Ave.), The Abbey (407 W Saint Charles Rd), or City Hall (209 N. York St.) thru Monday, January 25.
The Elmhurst 2021 Restaurant Guide is available online with updated restaurant information - please support our local restaurants with delivery or takeout - Choose to Eat Local!
City of Elmhurst
630-530-3000 
Weekdays: 8:30am - 5pm