Vehicle Sticker Deadline Extended to July 31
Vehicle Sticker
Vehicle stickers will go on sale in the Village of Roselle in May, with renewal applications expected to be mailed by May 27, 2020. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and by executive order of the Mayor, the deadline to purchase vehicle stickers has been extended to July 31, 2020.

Roselle’s Village Ordinance requires that every owner or operator of a motor vehicle (car, truck, motorcycle, and trailer) who resides within the Village or whose motor vehicle is based within the Village must obtain a Roselle vehicle sticker. The cost of vehicle stickers for passenger automobiles and trucks with B plates is $45.

Residents will receive a renewal application in the mail in late-May. Any changes are to be made directly on the new form and returned to the Village in the reply envelope enclosed in the mailing. Applications can either be mailed or deposited in the drop box located in front of the Village Hall. Stickers can also be purchased online; convenience fees apply.

Residents who don’t receive an application in the mail may download it from the Village’s website. Stickers purchased after the July 31 deadline will incur a late fee penalty. Visit the Vehicle Stickers page on the Village's website for additional information.
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DuPage County Announces Changes in Services Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
DuPage County
DuPage County recently released the following information about county services may be cancelled, modified or delayed during the COVID-19 response based on CDC and health department guidance.

DuPage County 18th Judicial Circuit Court
Limited court operations. Afternoon Bond Court will be held in Courtroom 1000 in the DuPage County Jail at 4 p.m. For a complete list of court closures, cancellations, delays and appropriate contact information, visit www.dupageco.org/courts . For questions about civil cases, call (630) 407-8700. For questions about criminal or traffic cases, call (630) 407-8600. To pay tickets online, visit epay.18thjudicial.org .

DuPage County Clerk
No walk-in customers. All meetings will be by appointment only. Suspended passport applications until further notice. License applications, record requests and submittals may be made by calling (630) 407-5500, emailing countyclerk@dupageco.org , mailing to P.O. Box 1028, Wheaton, IL 60187 or visiting www.dupageco.org/countyclerk .

DuPage County Community Services
All home visits and in-person interviews cancelled. All intakes, interviews and appointments are being handled via phone wherever possible. Call (630) 407-6500 or email csprograms@dupageco.org for further information on specific programs or services. Information on community-based resources is available at www.dupagecris.org .

DuPage County Public Works
Woodridge and Wheaton locations closed to the public until further notice. Late fee penalties and water disconnections are suspended until further notice. To pay a bill, use the drop box located at 7900 S. Route 53, Woodridge, IL 60517, call (855) 748-8523 or visit www.dupageco.org/publicworks .

DuPage County Treasurer’s Office
No walk-in customers. Meetings will be held by appointment only. Tax pre-payments should be sent via mail to 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187. To contact the office, call (630) 407- 5900, email propertytaxadvocate@dupageco.org or visit www.dupageco.org/treasurer .

workNet DuPage Career Center
Closed to the public. One-on-one appointments are being held primarily via phone and in person when necessary. All workshops, job clubs and other group meetings have been cancelled indefinitely. For additional information, call (630) 955-2030 or visit www.worknetdupage.org . For assistance with unemployment claims, contact the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) by phone at (800) 244-5631 or visit www2.illinois.gov/ides .

Call DuPage County at (630) 407-6500 or visit www.dupageco.org for more information.
Complete the 2020 Census Questionnaire
As of April 8, the Village of Roselle's self-response rate for the 2020 Census was over 62% – well above state and national averages. However, there are nearly 38% of households in the Village that still need to fill out their Census questionnaires. Residents can start here to fill it out the questionnaire online now: https://my2020census.gov/

Learn more about responding to the Census, which can be done online, by mail, or over the phone, on the U.S. Census Bureau website.
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