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Like, Follow, Share! City Revamps its Facebook Page

The City of Des Plaines has revamped its Facebook page! This is just one more way to share information about upcoming community events, changes and enhancements to city services, and news announcements of interest to our community members. During the frigid and hazadorous weather last week, the City utilized the page to post info about its temporary warming center, Republic Services' revised schedule for curbside trash pick up, and METRA's modified train schedules for those who commute. We invite you to follow our Facebook page and share information with your families, friends, and neighbors. Just visit facebook.com/cityofdesplaines...and Like, Follow, Share!

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The City of Des Plaines Seeks Police Applicants

The City of Des Plaines is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applications are available online at www.iosolutions.com and must be submitted for consideration by 4:00 P.M. on February 28, 2019. Please click here to view the informational flyer. All additional questions should be directed to IOS Recruitment at recruitment@iosolutions.com or 1.800.343.HIRE.

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Job Opportunity: Crossing Guards Needed

The Des Plaines Police Department is currently accepting applications for school Crossing Guards (and Substitute Crossing Guards) to work 1-3 hours a day, Monday through Friday, as needed. Crossing Guards prepare crossing zones, assist children in crossing streets safely, and acts as a liaison for the Police Department with students, parents, and school personnel. This is a seasonal position that pays $15.00 per hour. Please apply online at: www.desplaines.org/Jobs, or contact Officer Mike Heidkamp at 847.391.5408.

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Don't Be a Victim...Lock It or Lose It

"Lock It or Lose It" is a national crime prevention program intended to remind drivers to lock their cars and roll up their windows to prevent becoming a victim of car thieves. While most vehicle burglaries happen in residential areas, drivers should never leave their cars running and unattended wherever they are parked. The Lock It or Lose It program has proven that people who take these simple precautions actually help dramatically reduce vehicular burglaries in their communities. Watch this video to see just how fast you can lose your valuable belongings when a car is left unlocked.

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