COVID-19 Resources for Residents
In addition to resources posted here, please visit the Village’s main COVID-19 page for important information and updates from the Village.
Those with questions or concerns about COVID-19 can call the Illinois Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Hotline at (800) 889-3931 or send an email to CDC’s Coronavirus Disease Information for Travel site for the latest information.anytime, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For those planning to travel, visit
Additionally, check the State of Illinois’s COVID-19 Response website.
The Federal Trade Commission has resources related to COVID-19 scam calls.
Public Health Resources
Please check the State and Federal Governments’ public health websites for important updates and resources:
Additionally, check your County’s public health websites for additional local information.
If you don’t know which county you live in, please click on the property search on the right of your screen or click here.
The Village of Hanover Park has produced a restaurant guide to help residents know which restaurants and grocery stores are still open and how they are service customers. Please remember, particularly now, to Shop Local. The dollars you spend in your community are reinvested in your community. Please support local businesses.
Governor JB Pritzker joined the United Way of Illinois and the Alliance of Illinois Community Foundations today to announce the launch of the Illinois COVID-19 Response Fund (ICRF), a new statewide fundraising effort to support nonprofit organizations serving those whose lives have been upended by this pandemic.
All Schools are closed per State Order through March 30, 2020 – Some Districts will be closed longer. School District web pages contain information on school return dates, meal service, at home e-learning, and community food assistance:
Hanover Park is home to four different Townships. Each offers different levels of assistance including one time assistance with bills and food pantries.
- Bloomingdale Township (southeast)
- Hanover Township (northwest)
- Schaumburg Township (northeast)
- Wayne Township (southwest)
If you don’t know which township you live in, please click on the property search on the right of your screen or click here.
Community Food Assistance
If you or someone you know in need of food:
- Mobile Foodbank in DuPage (evening/late afternoon pickup)
- Northern Illinois Food Bank Search for a food bank in your community.
- Catholic Charities 630-495-8008 (Se Habla Español)
- DuPage County Basic Needs 630-407-6500 (Se Habla Español)
- PADS of DuPage 630-682-3846 (Se Habla Español)
- Hanover Park Food Pantry
- Hands of Hope Food Pantry at Evangel Church
- The four Townships listed above
Please click on the bolded headlines for more information about each PROGRAM
The State of Illinois administers the Unemployment Insurance program. The state has worked to expand unemployment insurance benefits to cover individuals unable to work due to COVID-19. For more information on unemployment insurance, go to the Illinois Department of Employment Security website or go directly to the application.
The Illinois Department of Revenue has established this web page to provide information and resources to help Illinois taxpayers, businesses, and others affected by the coronavirus. For up-to-date information on how Illinois is combating the Coronavirus outbreak, visit the State of Illinois Coronavirus Response Site. This page will be updated as new information is available.
If you were laid off from your job and are collecting unemployment or are eligible to collect unemployment, please complete and submit this application so that they can serve you as quickly as possible when their office reopens.
As the state of Illinois works to comply with Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order, ComEd is taking additional steps to help ensure all its residential customers across northern Illinois have access to electric service during this critical time. To support all people, including school children, who are now at home during the day,
ComEd will work with residents whose service was disconnected prior to the company’s March 13 suspension of service disconnections to have service restored and help ensure access to safe and healthy environments. Click here for more information.
All health insurers regulated by the Department of Insurance are required to cover telehealth services and reimburse providers at the same rate as in-person visits and are prohibited from imposing any cost-sharing for in-network providers. For more information, please review the Governor’s Executive Order.