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Update: February 2017 - The new Glen Ellyn Police Station is over 50 percent complete and currently ahead of schedule.  Construction on the 29,000 square foot facility is anticipated to be complete in July 2017 and is within the $13.5 million budget.  The project has been underway since July 2016 on the two-story station, located adjacent to Panfish Park, just south of the intersection of Park Boulevard and Taft Avenue. 


July 5, 2016 marks the groundbreaking of the Village of Glen Ellyn’s Police Station. The new two-story, 29,000 square-foot station will be constructed on a site adjacent to Panfish Park, just south of the intersection of Park Boulevard and Taft Avenue in Glen Ellyn. 
Following nearly four years of space needs analysis and design work, the construction of a more modern-day police station is much anticipated in order to meet the needs of Glen Ellyn’s growing community.  The new station will feature:
  • Essential design elements for safe and efficient intake and housing of prisoners.
  • Added security for the public, as well as employees.
  • An emergency operations center (EOC) that can be used for training, larger meetings and major criminal investigations.  The EOC can also be used as a centralized internal meeting point in the event of severe weather or other community emergencies. 
  • A community room for gatherings with area residents, educational sessions and community meetings.
Construction completion is anticipated for September 2017. 
Public Meetings Referring to Project
Glen Ellyn Civic Center
535 Duane St. Glen Ellyn IL. 60137
(630) 469 5000
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