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Cherry Valley Police Department is located at 806 E. State Street, Cherry Valley, 61016 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Todd Houde. The Cherry Valley Police Department phone number is 815-332-3432.
Cellphones, we all have them. Whether we use them for work, business, leisure, or to get from point A to point B, they are everywhere. Drop it and Drive has come to the forefront with texting and driving claiming more and more lives daily. The website below is full of information regarding Drop It and Drive, the laws, penalties, and statistics. https://www.illinoistollway.com/travel-information/drop-it-and-drive?inheritRedirect=true
Mistakes do happen, but mistakes that can be avoided when it involves a child are very important. Click the link to read more regarding these mistakes and how to correct them. http://www.buckleupillinois.org/8carseatmistakes.asp
With the new year approaching, new laws are being put into place. Be sure you are in the know as well.The link below discusses the new car seat law going into effect the beginning of next year. http://www.buckleupillinois.org/default.asp
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Cherry Valley Officers will be out and about handing out glow sticks in the community for trick or treat. Hours are from 5:30 p.m-7:30 p.m. We hope you all have a safe and fun Halloween!
This time of year the scamming gets more intense and even more aggravating than usual. Keep you and your family safe with some important tips.
With how common online purchasing is now between people, its important to keep yourself safe as well. It can be a nice way to make a few extra bucks, but it can also be dangerous. Thanks to the Rockford Police Department for sharing some tips that will keep all of us safe!
Though not as common in the Village, it is very common in the outskirts of town. Please be mindful of heavy, and slow machinery.
Kids and adult alike are excited for the night. Let's keep them safe with some driving tip reminders.
For Immediate Release: October 17, 2018 Village of Cherry Valley 806 E. State Street Cherry Valley, IL 61016 (815) 332-3441 Baumann Lake in Cherry Valley Closed October 18 & 19, 2018 for Fish Stocking The Village of Cherry Valley has closed Baumann Lake starting October 18, 2018, and will reopen October 20, 2018 due to Fish stocking. Baumann Lake will have trout stocked for the Fall 2018 Trout season, which starts October 20, 2018.
Vehicle Burglary prevention tips *Lock your vehicle's doors. *Do not leave valuables in plain sight. *Do not leave items displaying personal information in plain view. *Close sunroof and all windows. *Do not park your vehicle out of view from general public(behind fences, foliage, larger vehicles) *Park your vehicle in well lit areas. *When in public lock your doors as soon as you get in your vehicle. *Be aware of your surroundings. *Report any suspicious activity to the Police Department. If it is an emergency, please contact 911. For non emergency dispatch available 24/7, please call (815)282-2600.
Some quick home security tips: -Have the exterior of your residence well lit, burglars like to use the cover of darkness. -Trim the bushes and plants in front of your windows so that you can see out your windows.(Burglars also like to use overgrown bushes near windows to enter windows undetected.) -Trim trees in your front yard so that you can have a clean line of sight to the street, and so that your neighbors can see and report any suspicious activity happening around your home. -Reinforce door frames so that doors can not be easily kicked in. -Be a good neighbor and call the Police if you see anything suspicious in your neighborhood. Remember if it is an emergency, call 911. Non emergency dispatch can be reached at any time by contacting (815) 282-2600.