Village Hall4000 N. Olcott Avenue
Norridge, Illinois 60706-1199
Fax (708) 453-9335
Monday - Friday:9am to 5pm
Saturday: 9am to 12 noon
Terms and Conditions
Notices of foreclosures and confirmation orders should be sent to the:
Village of Norridge
Attn: Village Clerk
4000 N. Olcott Avenue
Norridge, IL 60706
Important Information from the Water Department
You are responsible for a lost or damaged transmission unit. The replacement cost is $200.00.
Water Leak DetectionWater leak detection is one of the easiest ways to reduce water waste and reduce your water bill. Your water meter can help you detect a leak.
In the water meter pictured above, note the little red dial, just to the left of the center of the meter. The red dial only moves when water is going through the meter and out somewhere else in your home. If you are trying to locate a leak, check the following: toilets, faucets, sprinkler systems, furnace humidifiers, hot water tanks, or any other place you use water.
Shut the water supply off to the source you are checking. Then check the water meter to see if the red dial has stopped moving. If it has, the trouble is at that source.
Helful Hints for Autumn and Winter
Autumn is a perfect time to get your home ready for the winter months. Cold temperatures can cause pipes, sprinkler systems, and water meters to freeze. Proper precautions now should help you avoid these winter perils.
No water shall be used for sprinkling gardens or lawns between
12:00 noon and 6:00 P.M. from May 15th through September 15th.
Every Drop Counts!
Try to do one thing each day that will result in saving water.
You can make a difference!
Water the lawn in the early morning and evening when there is less evaporation.
Saves 300 gallons per month.
Adjust your sprinklers so they don’t water the sidewalk, driveway, or street.
Saves 500 gallons per month.
Skip watering the lawn on a windy day when there’s too much evaporation.
Saves 250 gallons each time.
Limit watering on cool, overcast or rainy days. Adjust or deactivate automatic sprinklers.
Saves 200 - 300 gallons each time.
Set lawn blade mowers one notch higher because taller grass means less evaporation.
Saves 500 - 1500 gallons per month.
Use mulch to cover bare ground in gardens and around trees to slow evaporation.
Saves 300 gallons per month.
Keep a bottle in the refrigerator for drinking instead of running cold tap water.
Saves 200 - 300 gallons per month.
Check toilets for leaks by dropping food coloring into the tanks. You have a leak if the color appears in the bowl without flushing.
Saves 200 - 5000 gallons per month, depending on condition of toilet flapper.
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