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  1. Pace Bus - Quick Board

    Pace To Implement “Quick Board, Safe Board” Program To Expedite Boarding

    To help stop the spread of COVID-19 and limit operator-passenger interaction, Pace will implement a temporary “Quick Board, Safe Board” policy and waive fare collection on fixed route bus and ADA paratransit service beginning Thursday, April 9. Read on...
  2. Logo - Office of the Govenor

    Governor's Executive Order "Stay at Home" extended through April 30th

    Governor Pritzker announced a statewide “Stay At Home” Executive Order on Friday, March 20th, to maximize containment of COVID-19. This Executive Order goes into effect on Saturday, March 21st at 5:00 PM and has now been extended through April 30th. Read on...
  3. Republic Services

    Republic Services COVID-19 Notice

    Please read the following notice from Republic Services regarding Recycling and Waste Services during the COVID-19 outbreak. Until further notice Republic Services will be operating under the following guidelines starting April 1, 2020: Read on...
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    Responding to the Census is Easy! Check Out These Different Ways to Respond!

    The 2020 Census is here and a complete and accurate census count will impact funding for the City of Chicago Heights for the next 10 years. Data from the census helps determine where more than $675 billion is spent among the states. Responding is easy! Read on...
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Governor JB Pritzker announced the creation of a centralized state website detailing the state’s evolving response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The website includes news, prevention information, preparation efforts, FAQs, resources and more information about coronavirus.

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