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  1. BUFFALO GROVE POLICE CHIEF SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT OF STATEWIDE ASSOCIATION

    Police Chief Steven R. Casstevens of the Buffalo Grove Police Department was sworn in as the 68th president of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police on Friday, April 22, 2016 at the organization’s Annual Conference in Schaumburg. Read on...
  2. METRA AND PACE PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS

    Expect some delays and inconvenience as sidewalk, curb, and parking lot paving work is scheduled to begin at Metra and Pace starting on Monday May 2, 2016. Read on...
  3. STANDARD & POOR’S (S & P), MOODY’S ASSIGN HIGHEST CREDIT RATINGS TO VILLAGE OF BUFFALO GROVE

    Strong fiscal management, a stable tax base and healthy reserves were cited as reasons for the classifications. Read on...
  4. VILLAGE OF BUFFALO GROVE SPECIAL NOTICE REGARDING CHANGES TO RESIDENTS ELECTRIC BILLS

    Residents and small business owners who are participants in the Village’s electric aggregation program will be receiving a letter in early April from Constellation advising customers of their new electric supply rate effective for June 2016 meter read. Read on...
  5. NORTHWEST CENTRAL DISPATCH EARNS INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITATION AND LEADS ILLINOIS

    The agency was recently recognized as the first Emergency Fire Dispatch Center of Excellence in the state of Illinois, and the 31st in the world. Read on...
  6. BUFFALO GROVE RESIDENTS MUST SCHEDULE APPOINTMENT WITH SIEMENS FOR WATER METER REPLACEMENT

    Notices have been sent out to all households and businesses located within the Village of Buffalo Grove, regarding the water meter replacement program. Read on...
  7. POLICE INVESTIGATE VANDALISM IN PARKS

    Over the past few weeks, the Buffalo Grove Police Department has received several complaints of vandalism in area parks. The vandalism consists mainly of graffiti and appears to be taking place during the late evening and/or overnight hours. Read on...
  8. BUFFALO GROVE NAMED ONE OF THE NATION’S SAFEST CITIES

    Rankings are published by Neighborhood Scout, and determined by population and the rate of individual crime types per 1,000 residents. Read on...
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