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The Village of Streamwood remains committed to the health, safety and well-being of everyone within our Village. We have changed our Emergency Notification to 'yellow' with the recent notification from the CDC about Cook County being in the Medium community level of COVID-19 transmission.
 
While there are no mask mandates for most indoor uses (retail, offices, grocery stores, restaurants, etc.) being implemented, the CDC does encourage their use during High Levels. The latest CDC guidelines generally follow the 5-5 program. If you test positive for Covid, isolate for 5 days. If after 5 days, you are symptom free and have had no fever for more than 24 hours, you needn't isolate. However, you should wear a mask for the next 5 days to ensure the safety of others. Additional regulations may be considered if people are immuno-compromised, or have other serious health risks. For complete details, click here to see the latest CDC regulations.

We want to ensure that you and your family remain safe. Please remember to practice social distancing where feasible, cover your mouth/nose when coughing or sneezing, consider a mask in crowded areas, and be mindful of those with immunocompromised conditions. Some places may still be subject to the mask mandates, such as nursing homes and healthcare facilities, which are under federal mask mandates. Individual businesses may choose to place additional restrictions. The Village is not requiring visitors to wear masks.
 
Free N95 masks are being provided to local pharmacies and health care centers. Walgreens, CVS, and other area providers anticipates receiving and distributing free masks. The Village does not have these masks; please reach out to local providers.

Village events may be modified if CDC and state guidelines change. At this time, all Village Board meetings, events, and facilities are open. Please remain vigilant! Let's keep one another safe. Get vaccinated or get the booster!  If you're still having concerns and issues, we note some key resources to help!


Resources for Residents
Many of our government and other partners have additional information and resources to help our residents, including:

  • Cook County has plenty of vaccines opportunities. Local stores and pharmacies are offering shots. Homebound individuals can also get assistance. Call (833) 308-1988 (from 7:00 am -7:00 pm, Monday - Friday).

  • ComEd is offering assistance for those struggling to pay their utility bills. Click here for details.

  • The Village is participating in a program, with Hanover Township, to assist residents with past due water bills. For information on the program eligibility, contact Hanover Township at (630) 540-9085.
Business Information

As more businesses open to the public it is important to ensure we support our business community. For details on the state's current standards, click here. Please remember Cook County has separate requirements for certain businesses. For details, please click here.

Many of our government and other partners have additional information and resources to help our business community, including 
  • US Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources –- U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) programs include Paycheck Protection Program; Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Loan Advance; SBA Debt Relief: SBA Express Bridge Loans; a‚Äčnd Guidance for Businesses and Employers.  A Small Business Owner's Guide to the CARES Act with frequently asked questions is included here for reference. 

  • Cook County has redesigned their small business programming as the Small Business Source. Click here for information, helpful webinars, business advising, resources, and more!

  • BMO Harris Bank is offering assistance to support enterpreneurship for Black and Latinx businesses. Click here for details.

  • ComEd Small Business Assistance - ComEd’s Small Business Customer Assistance Program is accepting applications. The Small Business Assistance Program provides eligible small business customers, with a one-time grant up to $1,000 towards a past due balance. Eligible customers may also place a remaining balance into a payment plan of up to six months.  To apply for the Small Business Assistance Program, please call 1-877-426-6331.  More information can be found here.