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Mental Health Board 708 Funding Awards

The Bloomingdale Township Mental Health Board convened on September 12th to review the applications for 708 grant awards and again on October 3rd for further review with questions for applicants.  At the October 10th Mental Health Board Meeting, the following grant funding was awarded:

 ACCESS COMMUNITY HEALTH NETWORK
 MARTIN T. RUSSO FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
$23,326 
  
 AMITA HEALTH ADVENTIST MEDICAL CENTER$30,000 
  
 BLOOMINGDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT & GLENDALE
 HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT 
$80,000 
  
 BLOOMINGDALE TOWNSHIP YOUTH SERVICES$84,041 
  
 EASTER SEALS DUPAGE & FOX VALLEY$20,000 
  
 LTM FOUNDATION$21,500 
  
 MARKLUND CHILDREN'S HOME$15,000 
  
 NAMI OF DUPAGE COUNTY$19,087 
  
 RAY GRAHAM ASSOCIATION FOR PEOPLE
 WITH DISABILITIES
$34,000 
  
 TRINITY LUTHERAN ADULT DAY SERVICES$76,144 
  
 VILLAGE OF ROSELLE POLICE DEPARTMENT$37,000 
  
 YWCA METROPOLITAN CHICAGO$107,227 

 

 


Position Opening

Youth Services looking for a full time therapist

Details:  Therapist Position.pdf


Overnight Parking Ban

OVERNIGHT PARKING BAN ON ALL TOWNSHIP ROADS FROM 2 am - 5 am.

This new ordinance applies to all of Bloomingdale Township and to all vehicle type (personally-owned cars and trucks, commercial vehicles, RV's, etc). Signs will be posted within the next few weeks.

WHY NO OVERNIGHT PARKING? The primary purpose of the overnight parking ban is public safety, to help residents and the Sheriff more readily identify suspicious vehicles. If you've been reading the Crime Alerts, you're aware that here and in communities throughout DuPage County there has been an increase in thefts from parked cars; residents have been encouraged to "keep an eye out" for people and cars they don't recognize and report activity that seems suspicious. The Bloomingdale Township overnight parking ban may discourage those who live in municipalities where parking is limited or restricted from coming into unincorporated areas to park overnight, or risk getting a $50 ticket.

OTHER BENEFITS of the parking restriction include allowing emergency responders (police, fire, ambulances) and snowplows safe travel along Township roads without having to navigate around parked cars; improving drivers line-of-sight at or near corners; reinforcing the residential nature of our community with those who consistently park commercial vehicles on the street (or conversely, use their driveways as parking lots for commercial vehicles while parking their cars overnight on the street), and lastly, preserving the country/suburban appearance of our neighborhoods, maintaining property values.

ARE THERE EXCEPTIONS? We understand there may be times when the overnight parking ban is inconvenient, such as when you're accommodating overnight guests or waiting for blacktop sealer to dry. If you have a one-time or short-term need to park overnight on the road, you can contact the Bloomingdale Township Highway Department at 630-529-5221 in advance with a description and the license plate number of your vehicle and we will take care of coordinating with the Sheriff to ensure you are not ticketed.

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