Learn More About Plainfield!

    The Village of Plainfield cares about its residents. They want to make sure that the village continues to develop into the future while providing all the best services and addressing the concerns of community members. One of the great ways that they do this is through excellent community centered events that allow residents to meet with a variety of village officials.  It is easy to take an active role in your community by attending these fantastic informational events. Learn more about Plainfield and help shape the future of our great town!


    Coffee with the Mayor

    Date: Wednesday, January 11th

    Time: 9:00 am

    Location: Plainfield Village Hall (24401 West Lockport Street)

    Cost: FREE!

    All residents are invited to join Village of Plainfield Mayor Mike Collins for coffee and conversation. This great meet and greet will allow residents to learn more about the village.


    2017 Annual State of the Village Luncheon

    Date: Wednesday, January 18th

    Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

    Location: Tamarack Golf Course (24032 Royal Worlington Drive, Naperville)

    Cost: $35 per person (chamber members), $40 per person (non-chamber members)

    The Plainfield Chamber of Commerce presents their annual village luncheon. The Village of Plainfield Mayor Mike Collins will be there to present the village’s plans for 2017 and celebrate the accomplishments of Plainfield from this past year. Registration and networking begins at 11:30 am with the luncheon and presentation starting at noon.


    Chat with the Chiefs

    Date: Wednesday, January 25th

    Time: 7:00 pm

    Location: Plainfield Police Department (14300 South Coil Plus Drive)

    Cost: FREE!

    Come to this community meeting with Plainfield Fire District Chief Riddle, Oswego Fire District Chief Veseling, and Plainfield Police Department Chief Konopek. Residents will have the opportunity to listen and ask questions regarding what is happening this year with the Plainfield Fire and Ambulance Department, Plainfield Police Department, Plainfield Emergency Management Agency, and Oswego Fire Department. Learn more about public safety and emergency preparedness in our community.

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