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  • February 22

    The Village Hall and Police Station will be undergoing a partial demolition and full renovation, scheduled to be completed December 2018. During this two year renovation project, Village services have been re-located to a temporary facility at 505 E North Ave. the 500 N Gary Ave. location is now closed to the public.  You can follow us on facebook and twitter for regular construction updates. In addition many Village services will be available online including bill payments, some permit formsvehicle sticker purchasing, and more. We appreciate your patience as we work to improve our ability to serve you in the future. For details on the renovation project please visit the Municipal Renovation webpage


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    Tips for Homeowners

    As temperatures increase, so does mosquito activity. To prepare and protect you and your family for mosquito season, and the threat of West Nile Virus, follow these simple guidelines:

    1. Drain:  Drain those items that collect standing water around your home, yard or business.  Scrub and refill pet water dishes and bird baths regularly.
    2. Defend:  Use an insect repellent containing DEET when outdoors and reapply according to directions.
    3. Dress:  Wear long pants, long sleeves and closed toe shoes when outside to cover the skin.
    4. Dusk & Dawn:   Wear repellent outdoors during these prime times for mosquito activity.

    Mosquito Control

    What You Can Do

    Preventing standing water build-up is one of the most effective methods to reduce mosquito breeding. Residents are encouraged to periodically look for these common contributors to standing water:

    • Water in birdbaths and pet dishes should be changed every other day.
    • Leaves and twigs can clog gutters and drains. Make sure water is flowing freely.
    • Fill in low-lying areas in your yard that are collecting water.
    • Pool covers can collect water and should be emptied.
    • Wading pools, wheelbarrows and tires should be turned over when not in use.
    • Toys and other objects around the yard, such as barrels and buckets, should be placed in an area where they won’t collect rainwater.
    • Drain standing water in flower pots.
    • Leaky faucets should be closed tightly.
    • Compost should be turned over frequently and areas of organic matter, which provide a food source for mosquito larvae, should be recycled as soon as possible.
    • Repair broken window screens and close attic vents to prevent mosquitoes from entering your home.

    What the Village Can Do

    The Village of Carol Stream has an intergovernmental agreement with Bloomingdale and Wayne Townships to provide mosquito abatement activities including scheduled tests of breeding sites, treating known breeding sites, and performing larvicide activities. Targeted spraying also occurs throughout the summer months to mitigate high mosquito activity or West Nile Virus threats. These services are conducted through a contract with Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management, Inc.

    Mosquito Resources

    Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management, Inc.

    If residents are experiencing high levels of mosquito activity, please contact Clarke’s mosquito hotline directly at (800) 942-2555 or visit their website at https://www.clarke.com.

    DuPage County Health Department

    Visit http://www.dupagehealth.org/ftb to learn more mosquito tips and facts about West Nile Virus.

    Bloomingdale and Wayne Townships

    For additional mosquito abatement questions, please contact Bloomingdale Township at (630) 529-7715 or Wayne Township at (630) 231-7140. The following links also provide additional best practices and information regarding their services:




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    The Carol Stream Village Hall and Police Department is located at 500 North Gary Avenue.The Village Hall is open M-F 8 - 5 and closed on Weekends. The Police Department is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. For emergencies, please call 911. For more information see our Departments pages


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