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Kendall County:Call the Department of Human Resources, Human Services Division at (630)553-9100 ext.107.
“Whenever a police officer of the village finds a vehicle parked in violation of this section and where such vehicle constitutes an obstruction to traffic, interferes with the use of streets or in any other manner creates a dangerous or unsafe condition, such vehicle is declared a nuisance and a hazard to public safety; and the police officer may cause the removal of such vehicle to a public garage or other place of safety during snow removal operations of the village on such streets; and the expense of such removal and storage in such public garage shall be paid by the owner or operator of the vehicle in addition to any other penalties imposed by this chapter.”
The Village of Montgomery is located in both Kane and Kendall counties and has a working partnership with the animal control offices in each. Please understand that calls for barking dogs, dogs at large, dog bites, or other animal investigations that occur within the Village of Montgomery jurisdiction should be reported to the Montgomery Police Department by contacting (630) 553-0554. Neither Kane nor Kendall County Animal Control investigate loose dogs or pick them animals from residences within the Village of Montgomery limits.
For more information regarding Kane or Kendall Animal control and their specific duties, please visit their webpages:
Kane County Animal Control
Kendall County Animal Control
For wildlife and/or birds, the following agencies can be contacted for assistance:
Fox Valley Wildlife in Elburn 630-365-3800
Prairie State Wildlife 630-687-3414
Chicago Bird 773-988-1867
There are Officers patrolling the streets of Montgomery every minute of every day. We appreciate your eyes and ears in assisting us to make your neighborhood safer. Please remember, you are not bothering us. If you have an emergency, please call 911 immediately. Otherwise, please call (630) 553-0554 to be connected to KenCom, our dispatch center. If you are unsure if you have an emergency, please call 911. We would rather you be safer than sorry.
Remember, if you see something, say something.
For any emergency, request a police officer, firefighter or paramedic to be dispatched to a location. If the call is merely to ask for information, or to talk with a certain police officer or fire officer, it is better to use that department’s administrative phone number. The administrative phone numbers are as follows:
If you believe that your mailbox has been damaged during snow removal efforts, please contact the Village’s Public Works Department at (630) 896-9241, Monday thru Friday, between 7:00 am-3:00 pm (excluding village holidays). Once reported, a public works supervisor will conduct a field review of the damage and respond back to you.
A Temporary Use Permit is required for each block party and can be filled out online or at the Village Hall. If you are planning on having a block party, there are several steps that need to be taken. The application must be filled out at least 7 days in advance of the proposed block party. Failure to do so may result in the inability of police and fire to attend along with the availability of having barricades delivered. The block party application needs to include the proposed date, time and location of the block party. If barricades are needed, please include a drawing with the cross streets of the barricade locations. Also if you are interested in having the police department or fire department attend your block party, please include that under the additional comments area.
Please visit the Block Party page for more info and application: Block Parties