June 1, 2020 Update from the Mayor
There are now 111 confirmed COVID cases in Hickory Hills with 3 related deaths. Amidst the pandemic and now the heated nationwide protests triggered by the killing of George Floyd, we must continue to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe and we must never lose our ability to be compassionate and empathetic to others. As I write this, I remain hopeful that we will have another peaceful night here in town and that things will gradually settle down throughout the country. It may not seem like it at the moment, but the people of this country always find a way to rally together to help our nation pull through even the most challenging times. This will be no exception.
Emergency Robo Calls
If you just wish to receive emergency robo calls from the city regarding curfew, water boil orders or other emergency messages, simply visit the Hickory Hills Police Department website at http://www.hickoryhillspd.us/ . Under HotLinks, simply click CodeRED Emergency Notification Application and then follow the prompts to sign up as a guest to be placed on the list to receive the messages.
June is Pride Month
Happy Pride Month to the residents of Hickory Hills who are part of the LGBTQ community! I truly hope that you find our community a welcoming and accepting place to live. I am so pleased that you have made Hickory Hills your home.
A wonderful 44-seconds.
This was how the peaceful protest concluded yesterday — with one of the organizers giving the state police water that was donated to protesters.
Please listen to his words.🌎❤️ pic.twitter.com/7Xht0Ap94s
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) June 1, 2020
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