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Welcome 2020 - Looking Forward to Great Things

Last year was an incredibly busy year in Des Plaines. In 2019, the City experienced significant downtown streetscape improvements and, even more exciting, the purchase and renovation of the Des Plaines Theatre. The community saw a surge of development activity - from the completion of Ellison Apartments to a city block mixed-use project to its west. At the same time, the City created a new TIF District that includes the busy Lee and Oakton streets corridor and a proposed new Metra station. In 2020, we’re excited to ride the momentum we’ve worked to build over the past eight years and look forward to what the new year may bring.

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Don't Be a Victim...Lock It or Lose It

"Lock It or Lose It" is a national crime prevention program intended to remind drivers to lock their cars and roll up their windows to prevent becoming a victim of car thieves. While most vehicle burglaries happen in residential areas, drivers should never leave their cars running and unattended wherever they are parked. The Lock It or Lose It program has proven that people who take these simple precautions actually help dramatically reduce vehicular burglaries in their communities. Watch this video to see just how fast you can lose your valuable belongings when a car is left unlocked.

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New "Access Point" Magazine - A Publication About the Des Plaines Community

The City of Des Plaines has re-imagined its community newsletter with a more modern, easy to read magazine format that highlights the unique opportunities and successes that are being realized in our community every day. The Access Point publication is mailed to residents twice a year. The October 20,2019 edition features updates on the renovation of the Des Plaines Theatre, 2020 Census Information, community revitalization news, and more.

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