Village of Palatine

May 24, 2019


Welcome to the Village of PalatinE-Newsletter


The Village of Palatine wishes to share community news, events and information
important to the residents it serves. 
The Village of Palatine will release a weekly
PalatinE-Newsletter keeping our subscribers informed of the happenings within the Village of Palatine.

Village Hall Closed in Observance of the Memorial Day Holiday


Village Hall will be closed on Monday, May 27 and will reopen on Tuesday, May 28 at 8:00 a.m.
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Village of Palatine Announces Police Chief Retirement and Appointment of New Police Chief


The Village of Palatine is pleased to announce the selection of David Daigle as the next Police Chief for the Village of Palatine.

Village Manager Reid Ottesen will appoint current Deputy Police Chief David Daigle to replace retiring Chief Alan Stoeckel as the next Chief of the Palatine Police Department. Stoeckel recently announced his retirement following 34 years of service to the Palatine community.

Ottesen said “Chief Stoeckel has not only served the community in an exemplary manner for 34 years but he has prepared the next generation of leadership for the department. There are many men and women of the department that are ready to assume new roles thanks in large part to the mentoring and positive environment under Chief Stoeckel’s leadership.”

Daigle has been a member of the Palatine Police Department since 1993. Prior to his appointment to Deputy Chief of Operations in 2014, Daigle served the Department in a variety of positions including Commander of Planning and Research, Patrol Commander, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Detective and Patrol Officer.

Chief Daigle is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute at University of Louisville, Southwest Law Enforcement Institute, and the Delinquency Control Institute at the University of Southern California. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Louisiana State University in Criminal Justice. He is also a graduate of Fremd High School. 

Daigle has also served the area as a Supervisor for the Major Case
Assistance Team Forensic Unit from 2001 – 2013. He presently serves as
Chairman of the Harper College Law Enforcement and Justice Advisory
Committee.

“Deputy Chief Daigle has demonstrated his leadership, commitment and
integrity to law enforcement, the Palatine Police Department and the
Palatine Community for the past 26 years. He will be an outstanding leader
for our Police Department and continue in the tradition of his predecessors,
Chiefs Stoeckel, Koziol, McGregor and Bratcher. His passion for policing and
the Palatine Police Department made him an ideal choice for this position,”
said Reid Ottesen.

Mayor Schwantz said, “Chief Daigle’s commitment to law enforcement and
his integrity is second to none. He has a wealth of experience and will
continue to serve all our residents and businesses with passion and honor.”

Daigle said “I am humbled by this appointment. I have spent the majority
of my life serving the community and look forward to continuing the mission
of strengthening the partnerships within the Village of Palatine. It is my
honor to work alongside the dedicated men and women of our police
department whose commitment to public service is second to none.”

Stoeckel will retire on July 1st and Daigle will become Chief on July 2nd.


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Memorial Day Parade


The American Legion Post 690 is sponsoring a Memorial Day Parade and other related activities on Monday, May 27th beginning at 10 AM with a service at Hillside Cemetery on Smith Street in Palatine immediately followed by a parade. The parade will start at 10:15 AM at Cornell Avenue and Smith Street. The route will be north on Smith Street, east on Robertson Street, south on Brockway Street, and then east on Wood Street to the Veterans Memorial in Community Park. Following the parade at 11 AM there will be a short program at the Veterans Memorial and then another ceremony at the Legion Memorial in Towne Square at 150 W. Palatine Road beginning at 12:15 PM. Community members are invited to the American Legion, across the street from Towne Square, following the ceremonies. The parade will include color guards of the Legion, Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion, contingents from the Palatine Police and Fire Departments, as well as community leaders and youth groups. For more information please click here.

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Holiday Refuse Collection for the Memorial Day Holiday


All refuse collections for the Village of Palatine are scheduled for pickup one day later during the week of Memorial Day.

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact the Environmental Health Division at (847) 359-9090 or visit the Village of Palatine website for more information.




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Construction Alert


First Bank Drive from Northwest Highway to Hicks Road will be reconstructed this year. Work began on May 21, 2019 and will be substantially completed by the end of July. This project includes curb and gutter removal and replacement, drainage structure repairs/adjustments, upgrades to sidewalk ramps, and removal and replacement of the roadway surface and base course.
 
The pavement removal and replacement phase will be performed one side of the road at a time. Temporary lane closures are expected during that time and through traffic will be prohibited. Access to businesses will be maintained.
 
If you have any questions about this public improvement project, please call the Public Works Department at
(847) 705-5200.


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  Vehicle Stickers and Animal Licenses

Purchase by June 30, 2019


Vehicle stickers and animal licenses are now available for purchase.

Residents are encouraged to purchase both their 2019/2020 Vehicle Stickers and Animal Licenses by Sunday, June 30 to avoid penalties and/or late fees. Vehicle Stickers and Animal Licenses may be purchased online by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, June 30, or in person at the Finance counter, until between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at Palatine Village Hall, 200 E. Wood Street, Palatine, IL 60067 until Friday, June 28. Late fees will be assessed beginning July 1.


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Click It or Ticket May 10-28


As summer kicks off and travel increases, the Palatine Police Department is partnering with the Illinois Department of Transportation to remind motorists to Click It or Ticket. The seat-belt enforcement campaign will take place May 10 through 28, concurrent with one of the busiest travel and holiday weekends of the year. Click It or Ticket enforces the proper use of seat-belts and car-seats to keep all motorist safe.

"Our officers see first hand the tragedy when people do not buckle up." said the Palatine Police. "It's such a simple and effective way to protect yourself while traveling. As the Memorial Day weekend approaches, we want to make sure people are doing everything they can to stay safe when traveling."

In Illinois, nearly 95% of motorists use seat belts, but a disproportionate number of fatalities still involve unbelted motorists and passengers. Seat belt use decreases even more for back seat passengers and for people traveling at night.

Palatine Police will be taking a no-excuses approach, writing citations day and night. Motorists and passengers not wearing their seat belt will be ticketed, and those caught driving impaired will be arrested.
 
“Please help us spread this life-saving message before one more friend or family member is killed simply because they failed to buckle up,” said the Palatine Police. “Seat belts save lives, and every vehicle occupant—front seat and back, child and adult—needs to remember to buckle up, every trip, every time.” For more information on the Click It or Ticket mobilization, visit BuckleUpIllinois.org.


The Palatine Park District Presents:

The Power of Dance, May 31, at Harper College Performing Arts Center


Explore the strength, energy, and vulnerability of the forces of life: from love to loss, empowerment, joy, and dance! Palatine Park District’s Palatine Dance presents The Power of Dance, Friday, May 31 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, June 1 at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at Harper College Performing Arts, 1200 W Algonquin Road, Palatine.


Tickets for the recital are $10 and can be purchased at J Theatre Box Office at Harper College, online at palatinedance.org/performances, or by calling 847.925.6100. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door one hour prior to the performance. For more information please click here.

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Upcoming Community Events

Palatine Summer Farmers' Market
Palatine Train Station Parking Lot
137 W. Wood Street
Saturday, May 25, 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.


American Legion Memorial Day Parade
Downtown Palatine
Monday, May 27, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Wine & Nine at the Hills
Palatine Hills Golf Course
512 W. Northwest Hwy. 
Saturday, June 1, 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Register by Friday, May 31

Beer Tasting
Twin Lakes Tent
1200 E. Twin Lakes Drive
Friday, June 7, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.




* Palatine community groups are welcome to submit public events to our event calendar by filling out an 
event calendar request

Employment Opportunities


Seasonal Environmental Health Summer Help
Community Services

Maintenance Worker I/II
Public Works

PEMA Volunteer
Fire


Next Village Council Meeting


Monday, June 3
7 PM, Council Chambers

*To view current and past agendas and packets or to view videos of the council meetings, please click here.

Village of Palatine

Village of Palatine

200 East Wood Street
Palatine, Illinois
60067-5332
(847) 358-7500


Monday through Friday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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