HINCKLEY – The Hinckley Village Hall closed to the public Wednesday amid health and safety concerns related to COVID-19, according to a message from Village President Nancy Nelson.
Nelson said she, the Village board and the village staff are committed to providing essential services, but while doing so they also want to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and protect Hinckley residents and staff.
“I want to assure you the village is functioning so we can continue to best serve our community and provide all necessary services to residents while keeping our staff safe and prevention additional contact,” the message states.
The village will monitor the water bill drop box outside of Village Hall, 720 James St., Hinckley. Residents can deposit permits and other documents there.
“We are in an unprecedented time,” the message states. “We must all do our best to follow the Center for Disease Control [and Prevention] guidelines, which call upon us to begin “social distancing,” and limiting our exposure.”
Residents are encouraged to go to the Village of Hinckley website, https://hinckleyil.com/ for further information and future updates.
“We know that this is an uncertain time for many, but please rest assured that the Village of Hinckley will do all we can to continue to best serve our community and keep it safe,” the message states.
Source: The Daily Chronicle