Village of North Aurora | Crossroads on the Fox

Latest News


April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election - Pre-filing Notice for Library Trustees


Notice is hereby given that the office of the Village Clerk of the Village of North Aurora will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, December 12, 2016 through 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 19, 2016 for the purpose of accepting petitions for the April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election for the following offices:

Library Trustee - Four Year Term
Library Trustee – Four Year Term
Library Trustee – Four Year Term
Library Trustee – Four Year Term

The dates and times that the Village Hall will be open to accept the nominating petitions are as follows:

• First day to file: Monday, December 12, 2016 - 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
• Tuesday, December 13, 2016 - 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
• Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
• Thursday, December 15, 2016 – closed – Thanksgiving Holiday
• Friday, December 16, 2016 - closed – Thanksgiving Holiday
• Last day to file: Monday, December 19, 2016 - 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Petitions should be filed at the North Aurora Village Hall, 25 E. State St., North Aurora, IL 60542.

A lottery will be held for all simultaneous filings that are filed at 8:00 a.m. on the first filing day.

The complete Candidate’s Guide can be obtained from the State Board of Elections website at


Waste Management Leaf / Landscape Pick-up Extended

The Village’s curbside leaf pick-up has been completed for the West side of the Village. There is one last curbside pick-up for the East side of the Village scheduled for the week of Monday, November 21st. (Leaves must be out by Monday for pick-up during the week).

As residents have probably noticed, many trees have yet to lose their leaves. This is primarily due to a wet summer and mild fall weather. Many residents have called the Village concerned with how to dispose of leaves once the Village’s curbside leaf pick up program concludes at the end of next week (the program finishes on the west side of town this week) and Waste Management’s free bagged leaf pick up program concludes at the end of the month.

The Village is not planning to extend the curbside leaf pick up program at this time as we have to prep our dump trucks for snow removal operations. However, we understand our residents’ concerns, which is why we’ve contacted Waste Management and received a two-week extension of their yard waste and leaf pick up season. This extension means yard waste and leaves can still be put in bags at the curb for Waste Management to collect through Friday, December 9th. With this extension, a sticker is required on any bag of yard waste at the curb; however, bagged leaves will still be picked up for free (no sticker needed).


Kane County Electronics Recycling Program


No event in December 2016

January 14, 2017; 8am-12noon
Where: 540 S Randall Road, St. Charles, IL 60174
What: Electronics (fee for screened equipment), Books (free)
Cost: TVs and Monitors cost $25 (20” & under) or $35 (21” & over). Pay at event with cash or card only or Pay online in advance at


Fabyan Parkway, Batavia
Location: 517 Fabyan Parkway, Batavia, IL 60510 (Old Jail site)
Hours: M-F 8am-4pm
Cost: TVs and Monitors cost $25 (20” & under) or $35 (21” & over). Pay at site with cash or card only or Pay online in advance at

South Elgin Public Works
Location: 735 Martin Drive, South Elgin, IL 60177 (Old Public Works Department)
Hours: M-F 8am-4pm
Cost: TVs and Monitors cost $25 (20” & under) or $35 (21” & over). Pay at site with cash or card only or Pay online in advance at

West Dundee Public Works
Location: 900 Angle Tarn, West Dundee, IL 60118
Hours: M-F 7am-3pm (Note that these hours are an hour earlier than other sites)
Cost: TVs and Monitors cost $25 (20” & under) or $35 (21” & over). Pay at site with cash or card only or Pay online in advance at

Thank you for disposing of your electronic waste responsibly.

Jennifer Jarland
Kane County Recycling Coordinator

List Updated as of 11/12/16
Check website for updated information after Jan 14, 2017

Evergreen Holidays - December 4th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Riverfront Park

Join NOARDA for Evergreen Holidays on Sunday, December 4 from 4-6 pm at Riverfront Park (north of State St. bridge and west of Village Hall).

A pathway of decorated evergreens will adorn North Aurora’s riverfront for the holiday season. The event will include tree-lighting, children’s activities, free hot chocolate, treats, caroling and more. Parking is available at Village Hall, Island Park, the old Activity Center lot, and the public lot behind Harner’s.

Kane County Hoarding Task Force - Information and Assistance

What is hoarding?

"Hoarding is a complex disorder that is made up of three connected problems: 1) collecting too many items, 2) difficulty getting rid of items, and 3) problems with organization. These problems can lead to significant amounts of clutter which can severely limit the use of living spaces, pose safety and/or health risks, and result in significant distress and/or impairment in day-to-day living."  -  International OCD Foundation

North Aurora is a member of the Kane County Hoarding Task Force, which provides individuals, agencies, and organizations with the tools to help with this issue and aims to serve as a clearinghouse of hoarding information and resources in Kane County, Illinois. 

The Kane County Hoarding Task Force was formed in 2014 to create a holistic approach to dealing with hoarding situations in Kane County. Member agencies work together to address all aspects of care, including mental health, senior services, animal control, cleanup and prevention of recidivism. 

If you or someone you know needs help with a hoarding situation or would like more information on resources, Please click on the link at for information and connections for help with the following:

• Animal Welfare Representatives
• Attorneys
• Clean-up/Restoration
• Financial Services
• Government Agencies
• Human Service Agencies

North Aurora - Municipal Task Force Contact
North Aurora Police Dept
Ofc. Robyn Stecklein

Village of North Aurora seeks community members to apply for the North Aurora Board of Police Commissioners

The Village of North Aurora is looking to appoint a Commission member to the North Aurora Board of Police Commissioners to fill a current vacancy on the commission.

Village President Dale Berman encourages residents to participate in committees and commissions in the Village, as an opportunity to be a part of their community and to offer their knowledge and expertise. Residents who are selected to volunteer for these positions are a part of the decision making process on many essential Village matters.

The board of police commissioners consists of three members, whose terms of office shall be three years and until their respective successors are appointed. The board of police commissioners has the authority to appoint all officers to the North Aurora Police Department, except for the chief of police and the deputy chiefs of police, subject to the ordinances of the village as codified or otherwise and the provisions of the Illinois Municipal Code (65 ILCS 5/10-2.1-1 et seq.)

Residents who are interested in committing their time and knowledge by serving on the North Aurora Police Commission, are invited to submit a completed commission application and may include a letter and resume outlining their background and interests. Applications can be found on the Village’s website at and can be submitted to the Village Hall.

The applicant who is selected to fill this vacancy will be appointed by the Village President, with concurrence by the North Aurora Village Board and serve a three year term.

April 4, 2017 Consolidated Election Candidate Filing Information

The Village of North Aurora elects officers at the Consolidated Election and conducts the elections as provided for in the Illinois Election Code, except that no office for which the nomination is uncontested shall be included on the primary ballot and no primary shall be held for that office. An office is uncontested when not more than 4 persons are nominated for each office have timely filed valid nominating papers seeking nomination for the election to that office. Uncontested nominations (or candidates nominated at the February 28 Consolidated Primary Election, if held) will be included on the ballot for the Consolidated Election on April 7, 2015.

For complete details and filing dates for both the Municipal positions and Library Trustee positions, please click the link below:

Municipal and Library Candidate Filing Information

Waste Management Holiday Pick-up Information

Waste Management Recognized Holidays - In the event that any of the following holidays fall on a weekday, all refuse, yard-waste, and recyclable collections services on that day, and for the remainder of that week, shall be delayed one day after the recognized holiday. This will generally result in trash collection on Saturday for your regular Friday pick-up. 

The following are the Waste Management RECOGNIZED HOLIDAYS that will affect trash pick-up in 2016:

New Years Day 1/1 - Trash pick-up Saturday Jan. 2

Memorial Day 5/30 - Trash pick-up Saturday June 4

Independence Day 7/4  - Trash pick-up Saturday July 9

Labor Day 9/5 - Trash pick-up Saturday Sept. 10

Thanksgiving Day 11/24 - Trash pick up Saturday Nov. 26

Christmas Day 12/25 - Trash pick up Saturday Dec. 31

All other holidays such as Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Columbus Day, or Veterans Day WILL NOT affect your regular Friday trash pick-up.


Southwest Fox Valley Cable Consortium

The Village of North Aurora would like to remind residents that pertinent information about our community is always available on the Southwest Fox Valley Cable Consortium's public access channel.  

Additionally, please take a moment to complete a short survey (5-10 minutes to complete) which is designed to give Comcast customers in the Southwest Fox Valley Cable and Telecommunications Consortium communities (North Aurora, Plano, Sandwich and Yorkville) an opportunity to assist the Consortium in determining cable-related needs and interests as provided for by the Federal Cable Act (47 U.S.C. 546(a)(1)) and local ordinances. To take the survey, please click the link below: 

Waste Management Trash Toters

87% of North Aurora residents currently use the sticker program to dispose of garbage. As a reminder, both the current contract and the new contract allows residents to rent a 96-gallon trash toter from Waste Management. The current price to rent a toter is $28 a month; however, under the new contract beginning June 1st, the monthly price is dropping to $23.

Toters may not make sense for everyone, but they do provide the storage capacity of approximately three-standard size garbage cans. Toters have wheels and come with attached lids to secure trash. Stickers are still required for trash items that don’t fit in the toter or for any additional receptacles. If you have any questions about the trash toters or are interested in renting one, please contact Waste Management at 1-800-796-9696.

Water Department to Upgrade Meter Reading Equipment

The North Aurora Water Department will be upgrading some of the meter reading equipment located on the exterior of houses in various locations throughout the village, over the next 6 months.  Please be advised, these equipment upgrades will not affect or interrupt your water service.  Water department technicians will be performing this work and residents should not be concerned if they notice a village vehicle and/or village water technician working on the meter at their home.  Please contact the North Aurora Water Department at 630-897-8228, ext. 223 with any questions or concerns you may have. 

Contact Village Hall

Village of North Aurora
25 East State Street
North Aurora, IL 60542

Driving Directions

Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Village Departments

Administration (630) 897-8228 ext. 224
Administration Fax (630) 897-8258
Police (630) 897-8705
Police Fax (630) 897-8700
Finance (630) 897-8228 ext. 225
Community Development (630) 897-1457 ext. 228
Code Enforcement (630) 897-1457 ext. 231
Building and Zoning (630) 897-1457 ext. 222
Public Works (630) 897-8228 ext. 260
Water (630) 897-8228 ext. 223
Fire District (630) 897-9698