North Solon Road will be closed for the replacement of 2 culverts. Work will begin first thing in the morning and should last 1-2 days. Please see the attached map for location. Road will be closed 500 feet south of Hill Rd. to 1000 feet north of Keith Dr.
Alert: Stimulus checks are coming, so are the scams! Please be cautious with COVID-19 related calls, texts and emails.
Please do not give your personal information over the phone. Do NOT click on any COVID-19 related text messages that involve links. Never click on any links via email, if you are not familiar of the source.
Please contact the Richmond Police Department if you think you are a victim of a scam. For more information, listed below are some safe resources:
In efforts to keep residents and businesses informed, please find COVID-19 supportive information below:
Covid-19 General Precautions
Small Business and Assistance
- SBA Fact Sheet
- SBA Disaster Assistance
- COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application
- How to Apply for Disaster Loans
- Small Business Stabilization Grant Program
- Small Business Stabilization Flier
Additional Resources for COVID-19
Village of Richmond is taking Measures to Limit Spread
of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Effective May 26, 2020
At the guidance of public health officials, the Village of Richmond is taking preventative measures to help limit the exposure of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
In order to help limit the spread of COVID-19 in the Village’s public facilities to this disease, effective on Tuesday, May 26,2020 and extending until further notice, the Village Hall (located at 5600 Hunter Drive) asks your cooperation when entering Village Hall. Please wear face covering, limit one person in lobby at a time, only one family member and follow directional markings for entering and exiting.
For those residents that have utility bill payment arrangements, we would prefer those payments be made over the phone by calling 815-678-4040.
Richmond Police Department has made the following announcement effective today, Monday, March 16, 2020:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may notice some changes in the way the Richmond Police Department conducts our operations. These procedures are being put in place to protect the public and our personnel alike during this time. Rest assured, our personnel will continue to be visible in the community, and will continue to provide a high level of emergency response when needed. Changes you may notice include:
- Officers may take complaints via telephone when it is not necessary for the officer to meet with the complaint/victim in person, and/or examine a crime scene.
- Instead of talking to a Records Clerk/Officer thought the Police window at the Police Department, we will ask visitors (with non-emergencies) to dial a direct number to speak with Officers via telephone. (815-678-4163) If an Officer is not available, please leave a message, and your call will be returned.
- Department tours and ride-a-long’s will not be granted at the time.
If you have any questions, please contact the Richmond Police Department at (815)678-4163. We wish everyone a safe few weeks while we all deal with this serious issue.
Impact in Your Community
School lunches. Plans for highways. Support for firefighters and families in need. Census results affect your community every day.
Shaping Your Future
The results of the 2020 Census will help determine how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding flow into communities every year for the next decade. That funding shapes many different aspects of every community, no matter the size, no matter the location.
Think of your morning commute: Census results influence highway planning and construction, as well as grants for buses, subways, and other public transit systems.
Or think of your local schools: Census results help determine how money is allocated for the Head Start program and for grants that support teachers and special education.
The list goes on, including programs to support rural areas, to restore wildlife, to prevent child abuse, to prepare for wildfires, and to provide housing assistance for older adults.
Explore more NOW by watching this informational video!
For facts, answers to common questions, and important information please visit the official United States Census website.