Village Executive Orders
Village President Frank DeSimone Issues Executive Orders Offering Relief to Residents and Businesses
As COVID-19 continues to impact the community, Village President Frank DeSimone has issued several executive orders in an effort to further reduce COVID-19 impacts in Bensenville. These executive orders also serve as a reminder that the State of Illinois has issued a stay at home order for all Illinois residents.
The Village’s executive order includes:
- Extending the current vehicle sticker and dog license renewal deadline from June 30, 2020 to December 31, 2020. The Village expects to begin selling vehicle stickers and dog license renewals at the beginning of 2021
- Water, sewer, and refuse interest or penalties being suspended.
- Water shut offs suspended through June.
- Convenience fees have been waived for online payments.
- Overnight parking restrictions have been suspended.
- Adjudication dates have been postponed for code enforcement and parking violations.
- Door-to-Door solicitation licenses are temporarily revoked and new licenses will not be issued during this time.
- Building permit expiration dates may be extended for ninety (90) days if requested by the permit holder. Fees for extensions are also suspended.
- Administrative adjudication for red light camera tickets, parking, equipment, and non-moving citations set to be heard in April and May will be continued to June 18. Vehicle tow, seizure, and impound hearings set to be heard in April and May are continued to June 11. No additional fees or penalty’s will be assessed due to this change.
- Administrative adjudication of all other Village ordinance violations set to be heard in April and May will be continued to June 11. No additional fees or penalty’s will be assessed due to this change.
- Village playgrounds, sport courts, and athletic fields are closed. Walking, jogging, and biking paths will remain open, but users must practice social distancing. Restroom facilities will remain closed during this time.