Will County Executive Larry Walsh on Monday issued a Proclamation of a Disaster for Will County in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak across the county. This proclamation will activate the county’s emergency response plans to assist the residents during this time.
As of March 20, 2020 and due to COVID-19. The Sunny Hill Tuberculosis Clinic will only screen and manage active cases of Tuberculosis. We are temporary suspending Tuberculin testing, IGRA’s (blood test), and X-rays. We do not know how long this suspension will last, but we will let you know when normal clinical operation resumes.
Officials from the Will County Veterans Assistance Commission are taking protective measures to help limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), effective immediately.
Will County officials are encouraging residents to reference the Illinois Department of Public Health or the Center for Disease Control for additional information about the coronavirus or COVID-19. These sites give lots of information about the number of cases in the state and nationally as well as background information on coronavirus and recommended treatments.
Will County officials held a press conference today to discuss steps that the county is taking to address concerns around COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Officials stressed that the general public is safe and that there has not been an outbreak or any reports of coronavirus in Will County to date.
In preparation for the opening of the new Will County Courthouse scheduled for later this year, and to accommodate construction on the reopening of Chicago Street, access to the parking lot on the East side of the building will be reconfigured.
Animal Control and EMA Equipment Garage open as part of the largest capital plan in the county’s history
On Thursday, March 5, officials from Will County celebrated the opening of two new state of the art buildings on the county’s Public Safety Complex at Laraway and Cherry Hill Roads.
Remember to set your clocks forward.
Daylight Savings Time begins at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday March 8. Remember to set your clocks forward one hour and also check your smoke detector batteries.
The Will County Land Use Department is partnering with the Village of Homer Glen to host a free one day Household Hazardous Waste collection event from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 14. This event is open to all Will County residents by appointment only.
The Mobile Workforce Center of Will County’s March schedule has been announced.
The mobile unit travels throughout Will County to help residents with resume development, cover letters and job applications. The workforce center contains 11 computer stations, internet access, and offers keyboarding lessons, as well as resume and job search assistance using online listings including www.jobs4people.org and Illinois WorkNet.
The Workforce Center of Will County has released the March schedule for workshops and events. From developing or updating a resume, to brushing up on interviewing skills, the center offers these services and others at no cost to Will County residents.
The Workforce Center of Will County will host a job fair from 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on. Weds. Feb. 19 at its location in Suite 100, 2400 Glenwood Avenue in Joliet.
A State of Illinois expert on the efforts over the past ten years to reduce the number of opioid overdose deaths will be speaking at the 2020 Hero Helps Community Forum, scheduled for Friday, April 24 at the Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center in Romeoville.
2020 HERO HELPS COMMUNITY FORUM SLATED for FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2020
The 2020 Hero Helps Community Forum has been set for Friday, April 24 at the Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center in Romeoville. This year’s event will highlight the work that has been done over the past ten years to bring hope and change to the opioid crisis in Illinois.
The Mobile Workforce Center of Will County’s February schedule has been announced.
The mobile unit travels throughout Will County to help residents with resume development, cover letters and job applications.