Village Hall is closed to the public on Friday June 26. The building is being sanitized following a COVID-19 exposure. Risk to visitors is considered low. For more information, read this press release regarding the Village Hall COVID-19 case and closure.
Village staff is still available by calling 847-588-8000. Vehicle stickers can be purchased online at www.vniles.com/onlinebillpay.
Information for businesses interested in opening for outdoor dining during the Governor’s Stay-At-Home Order can be found in the Village’s Coronavirus - Supporting Local Businesses.
Looking for a way to donate to residents in need? See the food pantry donation instructions.
We are in unprecedented times. The COVID-19 pandemic has created much uncertainty and changes for residents and businesses in the Niles community. The resources and pages on this site are intended to help the public:
- Be informed.
- Make safe and healthy decisions.
- Take action to support neighbors and the community.
- Learn what is allowed during the stay-at-home order.
- Help businesses take advantage of the growing number of assistance programs.
- Understand the Village’s current facility closures.
- Continue to use the many Village services which are offered remotely.
Use the links below or the menu at left to navigate the information most important to you.
This page contains a directory of links to government agency websites, with more information about the novel Coronavirus. Find statistics about COVID-19 and subscribe to Village alerts.
This is a page with information about what services are still being offered by the Village of Niles during COVID-19.
This page has information and resources about the Mayor's Executive Directive instructing the community to follow the CDC's recommendations to wear face coverings in public.
This page offers information about Governor Pritzker’s Stay-At-Home Order, in effect through May 30, 2020.
Stay healthy, stay engaged, and receive the assistance you need.
This page includes resources for both businesses and residents. Businesses can learn about grant programs and other support available during the pandemic. Residents can find information on supporting the local businesses community during the stay-at-home order.
COVID-19 illustration above: CDC/ Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS