Mayor's Office

Message From The Office Of The Mayor


 Mayor Robert J. Lovero (Bio)
 6700 W. 26th Street
 Berwyn, IL 60402
 E: Mayor@ci.berwyn.il.us
 P: (708) 749-6541

 

 

 

Dear Neighbor,

On behalf of the entire City of Berwyn, I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to every resident that contributed to the successful snow removal efforts after February’s winter storm. Whether you helped to clear snow, checked on your neighbors’ health and safety, or even just moved your vehicle to allow the plows to properly clean your block, it all helped to prove that Berwyn works together in both the best and worst of times. A special thanks is due to our Public Works Department, which had crews working throughout the day and night during the storm to ensure that our main thoroughfares remained passable.

With spring now approaching, it brings with it the potential for other types of severe weather; Are you prepared? Join the Berwyn Police Department for their biennial “Prevention through Education” event, where they will be joined by meteorologist Kaitlin Cody of FOX 32 News to discuss the resources that are available in times of severe weather to stay informed. The meeting will be held on Thursday, April 19th, at 7:00 PM in the main auditorium at Morton West High School (2400 S. Home Avenue). I hope that you can attend.

Lastly, a different kind of community meeting is really picking up steam in Berwyn. Coffee with a Cop brings members of the public together with members of the Berwyn Police Department to discuss whatever comes to mind, with no agendas or speeches, just good conversation about the things that are important to you and your neighbors. The next Coffee with a Cop will take place on Saturday, May 12th from 8:30-10:30AM at the Skylite West Banquet Hall (7117 W. Ogden Avenue).

I wish you and your family a safe and happy spring, and I look forward to seeing you at the “Prevention through Education” event and “Coffee with a Cop” in the weeks ahead!

Respectfully,

Mayor Robert J. Lovero