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Illinois Governor JB Pritzker extended the Stay at Home Order from April 7, 2020, to April 30, 2020. This extension is in-line with the same timeframe as the federal social distancing guidelines.

The extension requires residents to limit travel only for essential purposes and to cease all non-essential businesses and operations except for minimum basic functions. Non-essential businesses may also continue operations consisting exclusively of employees or contractors working from home. The State of Illinois’ dedicated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response website also has a variety of resources and information to stay abreast of the latest COVID-19 developments in Illinois, including FAQs for Stay at Home, Food Service, Education, and Unemployment.

Lincolnshire Village Hall and the Public Works facility will continue to remain closed through April 30 to mitigate community spread while also continuing essential operations.

This a difficult time for all of us, and we need to take care of one another. If you know of elderly or high-risk folks in your neighborhood, see if they’re OK or contact Village staff to ask how we can help. Groceries, supplies, or a phone call might go a long way.

Please continue to check our website, our Facebook, and our Twitter pages for new information, resources, and ways you can stay engaged in our community from the comfort of your home or office.

We’re in this together. Stay home. Save lives.

(Updated 3/27/20 @ 3 p.m.)

Weeks or Months Indoors? You Choose.

Feeling cooped up? We hear you. Itching for a dinner and a movie? Us too. Are your kids or spouse getting to be a bit much? Hopefully not, but hang in there! The more we stay at home now, the sooner we can all get back to everyday life. Enjoy our parks and paths, but not the playground. Go for a bike ride, but avoid pickup games. Six feet away to live, work, and play!

What Can I Do At Lincolnshire Parks COVID19

Continue to visit the Village website for the latest updates on how COVID-19 is impacting Village services. Additional information regarding changes to specific department services will be provided within the next 24 hours. Otherwise, please call 847-883-8600.