Please use the link below for more information on the 2020 Summer Recreation Activity Guide.
Public bodies may hold open or closed meetings by audio or video conference without a physically present quorum under the conditions described below.
Preparing for the Meeting
Disaster Declaration Required
First, the Governor or the Illinois Department of Public Health must make a disaster declaration for all of part of the public body’s jurisdiction related to public health concerns. The recent Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamations related to COVID-19 would satisfy this condition while they are in effect.
The Village of Chatham employees help make local government more efficient and effective. We are committed to attracting and supporting a diverse workforce and offer competitive salaries and benefits that drive excellence.
The Village is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All applications will receive equal consideration regardless of race, color, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, and other protected classes.
This channel has been created mainly for public board meetings.
Vist the Official Village of Chatham Livestream Channel or YouTube
Chatham seeks to establish, maintain and enhance the community's park settings and recreational opportunities. In 2010 the Village initiated the first Public Parks and Recreation Commission. An appointed volunteer commission tasked with promoting and encouraging Chatham Parks and Recreation programs.
Village of Chatham, IL Complete Code of Ordinances (External Site)
Access the archive of Village Ordinances and Resolutions. The archive has documents dating as far back as 1933.
All residents and businesses are welcome and encouraged to participate, pick-up days vary by waste hauler. When contracting hauler inquire as to when collection days occur.
The recycle bin can be purchased at the Village Utility Office for a onetime non-refundable fee of $13.00.
Typical recycled items:
- Plastics (must have the #1 or #2 on bottom)
- Metal (aluminum, tin or bimetals)
- Paper (newspaper, junk mail, and chip board like cereal boxes)
Contact your Waste Hauler for any additional questions.