E-Newsletter: September 11, 2020
The City of Elmhurst's Annual Patriot Day Ceremony is available to watch on ElmhurstTV. Please join us virtually in commemorating this day of remembrance.
Learn more about the City's Pedestrian & Bicycle Plan, and enter to win a prize by participating in the Walk, Bike, Snap Photo Sweepstakes! www.bikewalkelmhurst.com
Elmhurst Police Department Forum- Sep. 29th
Please join the Elmhurst Police Department for a forum on September 29th from 6-7:30pm, live on ElmhurstTV YouTube Page. Topics will include an overview on the department's operations, hiring, training and recruitment process, community engagement and policing efforts.

Submit your questions to communications@elmhurst.org.

An Educational Panel hosted by the City of Elmhurst Commission on Youth.

Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 7-8:30 pm live on Elmhurst TV YouTube page. More information...
2020 Voting Information 

The office of the City Clerk announces that City Hall will be an Early Voting site for the November 3, 2020 General Election. DuPage County residents can visit the Council Chambers in City Hall beginning October 19, 2020 through October 31, 2020 for Early Voting. The hours are Monday – Friday 8:30 am - 7:30 pm and Saturdays 9 am – 5 pm. For additional locations and extended hours, please visit DuPage County Election Website or call DuPage Election Commission at 630-407-5600.

How do I register to vote? Voter registration can be completed online and in person at City Hall with a valid driver’s license until 28 days prior to an election. An extended grace period is in place only if you go to the DuPage County Election Commission (421 N. County Farm Road), all early voting locations and the day of the election (must vote immediately after). All registered voters have the option to vote by mail, early vote, or vote in person on the day of the election at their designated polling location.

Where do I find my polling place? Voter information specific to your address including but not limited to polling places, precinct number, representatives and aldermen is located at https://www.dupageco.org/VoterLookup, Just search by address and place your information in the box. * Note this website is case sensitive, do not include the directional in your address.

Where in Elmhurst can I sign up for voting by mail? Mail in ballot request forms are available in the Clerk’s office at Elmhurst City Hall or online. To request a mail in ballot online visit https://www.dupageco.org/Election/VoteByMail.
The election commission will now have vote by mail boxes located at City Hall during Early Voting Oct. 19-31. 

Can mail in ballots be tracked Vote by mail ballots can be tracked online at https://dupage.ballottrax.net/voter.

Do you have interest in being an elected official? Local elections are coming up on April 4, 2021. You must be a resident in the specific area designated to that elected position and registered to vote for one full year. The City Clerk’s Office will be distributing election packets to interested parties starting Friday, September 4th. Visit elmhurst.org for more information.
Upcoming Public Meetings:
Public comment options for public meetings City Hall continues to be open during public meetings and for public comment opportunities. There are several ways to provide public comment during these meetings including online and in person. The City has added a call-in option for public comment. A list of public commenting options can be found on the City's Agenda Center/Boardocs. If you any questions or require assistance, please contact the City's Deputy Clerk at 630-530-3010.

City of Elmhurst
630-530-3000 
Weekdays: 8:30am - 5pm