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IRS Phone Scam 
Dozens Arrested 

Dozens of arrests have been made in the phone scams plaguing American taxpayers. For years now, scammers posing as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents and officers have been making calls to taxpayers, demanding immediate payment and threatening jail or deportation for those who failed to comply. Click here for the entire article.

Village of Campton Hills
Trustee Election

Three seats on the Village of Campton Hills Board will be up for election on February 28, 2017. Individuals interested in running for a seat on the Board can pick up petitions and forms at Village Hall, 40W270 LaFox Road, Ste. B, Campton Hills, IL  between the hours of 9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM, Monday – Friday.

The Village Board consists of seven individuals who are elected by the community to represent the community’s best interests. The charge of the Board is to set policies that will guide the Village. Board members serve a four-year term and compensation is set by Village Code.

Brush Pick Up
Fall 2016 Schedule 

Campton Township Highway District will once again provide brush pick up this fall according to the following schedule:

  • October   3rd - October   7th: North of Rt 64
  • October 11th - October 14th: South of Rt 64
  • October 17th - October 21st: Campton Hills residents in Plato Township

Please make sure your brush conforms to Highway District guidelines for pick-up. Click here to view the guidelines. Select brush removal.

Residents with questions about the brush pick-up may contact the Highway District at 630-365-9300.

Yard Waste Service Reminder
Ends November 30

November 30th will be the last yard waste pick up as you tackle your Autumn clean up.  

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Trick or Treating Hours

Kids love Halloween! To dress up in scary costumes and go door-to-door saying “Trick or Treat” is one of the great adventures of the fall season.

Hours for trick or treating will be between 4:00pm and 8:00pm on October 31, 2016.

Participating homeowners are encouraged to leave an outside light on to let children know they are welcome to visit.  Motorists - please drive carefully and observe the rules of the road.

Remember that this is a day of fun. Damaging property is a crime and the police will called if damage to property occurs. 

Follow these easy tips to keep children safe:

  • Always go trick or treating accompanied by an adult.
  • Stick to the designated trick or treat time and area.
  • Plan a safe route so you know where your children are at all times. Set a time for their return home. If your child goes out with just friends, make sure he or she has a cell phone.
  • Stay together as a group if going out without an adult. Be sure to let your parents know who you are with and where you are going.
  • Stay in well-lit, populated areas and do not wander off by yourself.
  • Do not eat any treats until they can be examined at home by an adult.
  • Never enter a home, back or side yard of a stranger or get into a stranger’s car. Call 911 or go to a neighbor’s house for help.
  • Carry a flashlight, glow stick or have reflective tape on costumes to make them more visible to cars.
  • Avoid masks, they can limit vision; use make-up if you can. If they must wear a mask, make sure they have clear vision and remove the mask when crossing the street.
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Let's work together

Volunteer Opportunities

Positions are available on various Village committees.

Would you like to help? We have openings on:

  • Plan Commission
    Make recommendations concerning the comprehensive plan and zoning matters including text and map amendments, special use permits, variances, and planned unit developments
  • Economic Development 
    To maintain the economic health of the Village and promote commercial, business, retail, and supporting services which will strengthen and/or broaden the tax base and enhance quality of life.
  • Public Works
    To make recommendations on matters such as road maintenance, snow plowing and other such projects. 

  • Water Resources
    To provide guidance and input on matters related to water resources to the Village. To promote responsible, best practices, sustainable and effective use and protection of water resources.

    If you are interested in volunteering, please email President Blecker at Thanks for your interest, we're all in it together.

Upcoming Events

October 7, 8 & 9 - Annual Scarecrow Festival in downtown St. Charles

October 15 - At 10:00am & 1:00pm, join David Bauer, Garfield Farm Museum’s Special Projects Director, for Barns 101 & 201 Lecture at Garfield Farm, 3N016 Garfield Road Campton Hills, IL 60175. The cost is $6.00. Contact: 630 584-8485 or for more information

December 2 - Mark your calendars.....The Economic Development and Community Relations Committees will be sponsoring a holiday event from 6:00-9:00 pm.

Featured Business of the Month
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Envision Woodworking, Inc.

Darrell Griffin started this Campton Hills business in 2015.

Darrell creates custom wood furniture and accessories designed to build creativity and fun into your home.

With a focus on children’s rooms, Envision Woodworking’s products include unique storage solutions. The Stuffed Animal Keeper is built with bungee cords framed by an elegant, open-topped wood frame. Darrell’s newest product, the Book Nest, is a mini bookcase shaped like a house. It allows you to keep your child’s favorite books next to the bed, with the peak of the house acting as a bookmark to save your spot. Darrell also builds custom bunk beds, including one model with a built-in playhouse. All of Envision Woodworking’s children’s products are designed to provide inspiration for kids to use their imagination and satisfy their desire to explore and express themselves. 

Darrell and his family are Campton Hills residents. He loves to help families develop their woodworking ideas into beautiful, customized pieces of furniture that will be part of their homes for years to come. If you have an idea for a woodworking project, contact Darrell at

For more information about Envision Woodworking, please click here to visit his website. To stay connected and see Darrell’s latest projects, like Envision Woodworking on Facebook at

Boards & Committees Meetings

Upcoming Village Meetings

Police Pension Fund  - October 12, 2016, 2pm

Village Board Meeting - October 18, 2016, 7pm

Economic Development - October 19, 2016, 12:30pm

Fire and Police Commission - October 19, 2016, 5pm

Plan Commission - October 24, 2016, 7pm

Water Resources - October 25, 2016, 7:30pm

Community Relations - October 26, 2016, 7pm

Finance Committee - October 28, 2016, 7pm

Visit the Village's website at 
for meeting details and cancellations.

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