Here’s how to make sure your community association is following the proper protocol for electronic communications so that you can avoid hassles and worse, legal issues.
With COVID-19 on the rise in Illinois again, Governor Pritzker has mandated the shutdown of indoor dining for restaurants and bars. All indoor restaurant and bar services have been suspended for Du Page, Kane, Will, and Kankakee counties until further notice. With the incoming winter season, many restaurants struggling to successfully handle the new order. However, some are staying open for takeout or alternative seated dining. Check out what these bars and restaurants in Downers Grove IL are doing during the latest shutdown.
Water damage is one of the worst things a homeowner can experience. If frozen pipes burst in a condo association, the damage and cost multiplies. In Chicagoland, it is crucial to take these steps every autumn.
For residents of and near Lombard, there is still plenty to do, inside and out, this year, even amidst COVID. Check out these five fun activities great for fall and winter.
The weather is warming up. You may be feeling the itch to entertain your family outside as the Illinois stay at home order persists on. Authorities continue to recommend keeping a physical distance of six feet from others. So, going outdoors is a good way to safely visit with family and friends who you’ve been missing. Here are a few outdoor activities and attractions you can safely participate in, in the western suburbs of Chicago.
Spring has sprung, and we’ll have to be creative with how we get out and enjoy ourselves while maintaining social distancing. While the Illinois stay at home order is currently active through the end of April, it will likely be extended. Here are some outdoor activities and car trips to reduce cabin fever and engage in something different.
With the outbreak of Coronavirus, Governor Pritzker ordered Illinois residents to shelter indoors, giving up daily activities like going to work and eating out. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t go outside to take a walk or go for a drive. In fact, getting out safely reduces cabin fever and gets you to places you normally do not visit. Here we focus on attractions in Chicago’s south suburbs that your family can enjoy while practicing social-distancing.
Warmer, sun-shining days are right around the corner for Illinois residents. You may already be planning your first Spring outing to a park or a conservatory. If you live near Oak Park, you’re in for a treat! Managed by the Park District of Oak Park, Mills Park is the perfect destination for anyone to spend some relaxing time outdoors reconnecting with nature. Read on, and you may just find yourself there very soon!