NOW is the time to stop the spread. For more information, please visit the websites below.
The state-run, drive-through test site is for first responders, healthcare workers, and people over 65 who are exhibiting symptoms. While the hours are 9:00-5:00, the facility currently reaches capacity (250) in a few hours or so. Bring identification that shows you qualify. Family members are not eligible.
If you do not fall in to one of the categories listed above and are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please contact your physician.
Fill out your census online, over the phone, or by mail. It's never been easier to participate.
The census benefits everyone because we all count! Don't you want your piece of the pie?
The census is so important that your response is required by law. Rest assured that your answers are kept COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL.
Federal funding from your census responses goes toward supporting the heroes in our community for the decade ahead with the critical supplies and resources for public clinics, first-responders, and hospitals need to keep Cook County safe.
Now that the city parks and lakefront are closed, people are turning to the forest preserve sites more than ever. While many of the forest preserves remain open, these, too, will close unless everyone practices social distancing.
If you witness people congregating or not observing social distancing guidelines, please call the forest preserve non-emergency number: 708-771-1000.
At nature centers, however, the buildings, grounds, trails, and bathrooms will be closed through May 11. All campgrounds, the Swallow Cliff Stairs, permit offices, bathrooms, and other structures are also closed until that date. All public and permitted events have been cancelled through May 11.
Stay at home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms.
Because of the coronavirus outbreak, we are cancelling the Norwood Park tax appeal seminar that was scheduled for March 16. The assessor has suspended deadlines until further notice.
Cook County is responsible for providing essential services in the areas of public safety, public health, the court system, elections, tax assessment and appeals, recording deeds, and managing forest preserves. As an independent-minded member of the Board, I have worked hard to combine fiscal responsibility with social awareness. I am honored to serve the people of the 9th district, which includes: portions of the far northwest side of Chicago; Park Ridge, River Forest, Elmwood Park, Harwood Heights, Mount Prospect, Norridge, River Grove, Rosemont, and Schiller Park; portions of Arlington Heights, Melrose Park, Morton Grove, Niles, and Prospect Heights; and unincorporated Norwood Park, Maine, and Wheeling Townships.
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