Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Village of Romeoville and its COVID-19 task force are staying up to date with information from various sources, including the Centers for Disease Control, Will County and the State of Illinois

The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) released their Phase 4 guidelines for reopening under Governor JB Pritzker’s “Restore Illinois” plan. For the Phase 4 guidelines, click here.  For an overview of the plan, click here. 

We encourage you to visit our Eat/Shop page for information on services that area restaurants will offer. We also have several resources for our businesses on the Business Resource page.

The village has taken several proactive and precautionary steps to help prevent the spread of this virus. You can see those changes here. In addition, the village has plans in place for the continuation of critical operations, like emergency services and the management of our municipal water and sewer services. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual. Click here for more information from the EPA on COVID-19 and drinking water and here for a message from our own Public Works Department on our water.

As this situation continues to change rapidly, we will provide updated information and resources. Updates will also be made as new information becomes available. Follow us on Twitter (@RomeovilleToday), Facebook, and Instagram.

Click below for facility opening information

Service Changes

To visit the State’s COVID-19 webpage, click image.

Hotline

WILL COUNTY CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE HOTLINE

815-740-8977
MON.-FRI. 
8 A.M. - 4 P.M.

Will County COVID-19 website

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