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Archived (April 2020): April 6 City Council Meeting to be Held Virtually

June 1, 2021: June 1, 2021 -- This news item pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic was originally posted in March 2020. For the latest information, visit Note that many City services are available online and by mail. City Hall walk-in hours are 8 AM - 5 PM Tuesday - Friday. Appointments on Mondays may be available upon request.  Information about City meetings is available at

April 6, 2020 City Council Meeting To Be Held Virtually
As the City of Highland Park continues to follow social distancing requirements and Governor Pritzker’s Stay-At-Home Order, the City Council meeting on Monday, April 6, 2020 will be held virtually beginning at 4:30 PM. The meeting will be live-streamed at and played on HPTV Comcast cable, Channel 10.

The public is welcome to call in to the meeting using the number below. The agenda is now available. 

US: +1 312 626 6799
Webinar ID: 207 752 253

Public comments should be emailed to Public comments received by 4:00 PM, Monday April 6, 2020 will be read at the beginning of the meeting under Business from the Public. Any comments received during the meeting will be held until the end of the meeting. Public comment is limited to 200 words or less.

Public comments should be emailed and contain the following information:
  • Subject line: “City Council Meeting Public Comment”
  • Name
  • Address (optional)
  • City
  • Phone (optional)
  • Organization or agency representing, if applicable
  • Topic or agenda item number of interest
All emails received will be acknowledged. Individuals without access to email may leave a message with the City Manager’s Office at 847.926.1000.
The City of Highland Park remains united in ensuring the safety and health of our community and our employees. To protect the public and our staff, the City will continue to provide only essential functions and services during the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. The City urges residents and businesses to comply with the Order. If residents must leave their home, it is very important to practice social distancing and keep at least six feet between others. For a list of services and how to obtain information during this time, please visit The City encourages individuals to sign-up for its eNews at for important information from the City and its government partners including State and Federal authorities. The City updates its web site daily and also posts on social media daily.