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 Drop off location

The Campton Hills Police Department is announcing that it is again partnering with the United States Marine Corps in the “TOYS FOR TOTS” program.  TOYS FOR TOTS mission is to collect new, unwrapped toys and distribute them as Christmas gifts to needy children.  As stated on the TOYS FOR TOTS website “the primary goal of TOYS FOR TOTS is to deliver, through a shiny new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to needy youngsters that will motivate them to grow into responsible, productive, patriotic citizens and community leaders”.  The Campton Hills Police Department is proud to be a sponsor of this program and will be a drop off point for these toys. The residents of Campton Hills have been very generous in their giving in the past and we are hoping your generosity continues throughout this holiday season.  Anyone wishing to donate to this program may drop off unwrapped new toys by Thursday December 15, 2016 at:   

Campton Hills Police Department/Village Hall
40W270 LaFox Rd. Suite B
Campton Hills, Illinois 60175
630-584-0330 or Chief Hoffman @630-584-4242

Thank you in advance for your generosity in our 2016 campaign, and wishing you a very merry and healthy holiday!
Chief Dan Hoffman

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Campton Hills Police Department

Citizen Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy is a ten (10) week program designed to give the participants a working knowledge of the Campton Hills Police Department and police work in general. The  academy consists of a series of interactive classes held once a week for approximately 2 hours. There is no cost to any student who participates. Background checks will be conducted on each applicant.  The classes are usually held in the winter months. The schedule for the next class will be announced several months in advance. Click here for more information to register.

Collaboration Through Community Involvement

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Holiday Lights
2nd Annual Recycling

Are you finding your holiday lights have lost their twinkle? Year after year we find ourselves testing bulbs and replacing fuses, and when that doesn’t work, in the garbage the lights go.

Last year, Village of Campton Hills residents brought in 259 pounds of broken light strands for recycling. For our 2nd annual holiday lights recycling program, our goal is to recycle over 300 lbs of holiday lights. Please help us get the word out regarding this recycling effort to help get another recyclable commodity out of the land fills. 

Lights accepted include: Italian mini-lights, traditional lights, extension cords, rope lights, LED lights. Lights can be in working or non-working condition, from any holiday!

Please bring your lights for recycling to Village Hall during the hours of 9-4, Monday thru Friday, beginning Monday, November 21. We will continue to collect lights into early January.

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Upcoming Events

December 2 - Holiday in the Hills - Come meet Mr. and Mrs. Claus, witness the first annual tree lighting in the Village, enjoy live music, pick up holiday greens and bring donations for the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans.

December 7 - Coffee with a Cop at Wasco McDonalds, 8:30am - 10:30am

December 26 - Christmas tree collection will run for two weeks starting the last week of December. All trees picked up during this time will be recycled and composted by the waste hauler. Residents will not need to affix a yard waste sticker to the trees during this time. Christmas trees must be free of all decorations and cannot be in plastic bags. If tree is longer than 6', it must be cut in half. 

January 9 - 2nd Annual Citizen’s Police Academy begins. Click here for more information

Featured Business of the Month

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Boards & Committees Meetings

Upcoming Village Meetings

Village Board Meeting - December 6, 2016 - 7:00pm

Public Works, December 7, 2016 - 7:00pm

Water Resources Committee - December 13
, 2016, 7:00pm

Economic Development - December 14, 12:30pm

Community Relations Committee - December 14, 2016 7:30pm

Plan Commission - December 19, 2016, 7:00pm

Village Board Meeting - December 20, 2016 - 7:00pm

Visit the Village's website at 

for meeting details and cancellations.

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