Our Village Response to COVID-19


Thursday, April 23, 2020: Governor Announces a Modified Stay-at-Home Order (May 1 - May 30)

The Governor has announced he will sign a modified version of the state’s stay at home order that will go into effect on May 1 and extend through Saturday, May 30. Learn more about the modified order here.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020: Governor Extends the Stay-at-Home Order through April 30, 2020

STAY AT HOME ORDER EXTENSION — An extension of the state’s disaster proclamation, requiring individuals to stay at home or their place of residence for an additional 30 days. Individuals may leave their homes only for essential activities or for essential operations.

Friday March 27, 2020: COVID-19 Update from the Village of Carpentersville 

The Village of Carpentersville has been informed by the Kane County Health Department that there are currently three (3) positive COVID-19 cases in Carpentersville...(click below to read more). 

Effective Saturday, March 21, 2020 - Governor Announces Statewide Stay-at-Home Order, Gathering of More than 10 People Banned


  • Statement from President John Skillman on March 24, 2020 allowing restaurants to sell prepackaged beer and wine.
  • Statement from President John Skillman on March 19, 2020 regarding grocery deliveries.
  • Statement from President John Skillman at the March 17, 2020, Village Board Meeting.


  • Please adhere to social distancing guidelines of 6-feet away from other people when in public for errands like grocery shopping or in the pick-up line at a local restaurant.
  • If you choose to wear gloves and/or masks while out in the public, please be conscientious and safely dispose of those items as opposed to throwing them on the ground as you enter your vehicle.
  • Statement from Police Chief Michael Kilbourne on March 16, 2020 regarding procedural changes in the Police Department in response to COVID-19.
  • Our First Responders have been issued personal protective equipment (PPE) for use when responding to persons with flu like symptoms. 
    • QuadCom 911 Communications Center will be asking a series of questions for callers to determine if the patient or family member has flu like symptoms. If warranted, first responders may be wearing the equipment shown in these pictures


  • Village playgrounds and Dundee Township Park District playgrounds are currently closed.
  • WIPES CLOG PIPES                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Village asks that during this time all residents be extra cautious and DO NOT FLUSH wipes and other cleaning products down the toilet.


  • Closure of Municipal Buildings to the public, effective March 16, 2020.
  • Essential municipal administrative services will continue to be offered in a limited capacity by phone (847-426-3439), and email. The Village has staff has been assigned to keep communication channels open during the closure. There will be no reduction in services for public safety and the Village encourages residents to conduct business online, via mail or by phone, where possible.