Flossmoor Village Hall and Public Works Closed to Public, December 27 to December 31

Flossmoor Village Hall and Public Works Closed to Public, December 27 to December 31

Flossmoor Village Hall and Public Works Closed to Public, December 27 to December 31 (Flossmoor, IL) —  In response to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases in the Chicago Southland and an uptick in area cases, Flossmoor Village Hall and Public Works Department will be closed to the public starting Monday, December 27 to Wednesday, December 29. Prescheduled closures for the New Year’s holiday on December 30 and December 31 will proceed as planned.

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During this time, residents are encouraged to conduct business remotely via mail, drop box, email or phone.

Stay up-to-date with current Village procedures and mitigation efforts at www.flossmoor.org.

Doing Business with the Village:

Residents are encouraged to conduct business via mail, drop box, email or phone. Drop boxes are  located in the Village Hall parking lot and in the Police Department lobby. Contact the Village via phone at  (708) 798-2300.

Water Bills:

Water bill payments may be dropped off in the drop boxes in the Village Hall parking lot (no cash) or the Police Department (cash accepted). Visit www.flossmoor.org to learn more about online payments.

At this time, staff will not be conducting field visits for meter installations or drainage concerns.

New Water Accounts:

Application for new water/sewer accounts will be processed electronically. You can email a copy of the required documents to cmelendez@flossmoor.org or drop them off at the Police Department. Find out more about the required documents at www.flossmoor.org.

Building Permits and Inspections:

PDF’s of all Building Permit Applications are available on our Permit Fact Sheets and Applications page.  If you need a copy emailed or mailed, please let us know.

Completed applications should be emailed, faxed, delivered through our drop boxes or returned via U.S. mail along with any supporting documents (contractor requirements, signed copy of the contract, plat, etc.) and a check with the cost, if known. See our Contractor Requirements, Permit Fact Sheets and  Applications and Basic Permit Fee pages or call our office at (708) 957-4101 for assistance. Payments  are accepted at the drop boxes in the Village Hall parking lot (no cash) or the Police Department (cash accepted).

If you (property owner or contractor) are faxing or emailing your application, we will contact you when review is complete with the cost of the permit and ask that you send a check (with construction address

on check or attached letter) in the mail or in our drop box in the Village Hall parking lot or in the Police Department lobby. At this time, our system does not support over the phone credit card payments.

We will then fax the completed permit, email a PDF copy of the permit or the permit can be mailed to you via U.S. Mail. We can also make arrangements for pickup at the Police Department.

Emergency Services:

Emergency services will continue normally and rest assured emergency response will not be  compromised. However, at this time child safety seat installations, fingerprinting and other non-life-safety inspections will be delayed.

The Flossmoor Police Department will still take reports via phone or in office, but any in-person reports  will be taken via phone or socially distanced, when applicable.

“The increased COVID positivity rate in the public and in the immediate area led us to implement  necessary mitigation efforts. We need to slow the spread of COVID, not only for the health of staff, but to ensure the Village can continue to provide essential services to the public,” said Bridget Wachtel, Village  Manager. “We are also implementing other internal protocols to protect Village staff and will re-evaluate our mitigation efforts after the new year.”

“We have a responsibility as your local government to follow guidance from public health officials.” added  Mayor Michelle Nelson. “We encourage the community to practice social distancing, mask wearing, and finally, get your booster shot.”

For up-to-date information visit www.flossmoor.org and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov.

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