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See Wild Daisy perform live-streamed Aug. 15

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Our summer at-home festival season continues with Wild Daisy! Join the Village of Oswego for one of your favorite summer festival bands, right in your backyard, living room, or anywhere else you can stream, from 5 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug 15!
Wild Daisy's reputation for high-quality, family-friendly crowd-pleasing fun brings high energy even to your live stream. This energetic, dynamic female-fronted upbeat country band (with a few pop/rock songs tossed in) were a crowd favorite at last year's Wine on the Fox! This show will feature their three-piece acoustical set. 

Set the screen up, bring your snacks, drinks and dancing shoes, and tune in to watch on the @GoOswego Facebook page live from 5 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 15.

Coronavirus Disease Update for Kendall County

From our partners at the Kendall County Health Department:

The Kendall County Health Department (KCHD) is reporting 1451 cases of coronavirus (COVID19), 911 in-recovery and 25 deaths.

That includes 422 cases in the Oswego 60543 ZIP code, as reported by the Illinois Department of Public Health.

Kendall County Health Department COVID-19 Data Dashboard
Kendall County Health Department COVID-19 Information Page

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reminds us that COVID-19 is a new disease revealing limited information regarding risk factors for severe disease. However, based on currently available information and clinical expertise, the following individuals might be at higher risk for severe illness:

  • People 65 years and older
  • People who live in a nursing home or long-term care facility

People of all ages with underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled, including:

  • People with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma
  • People who have serious heart conditions
  • People who are immunocompromised 
    • Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications.
  • People with severe obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 40 or higher)
  • People with diabetes
  • People with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis
  • People with liver disease

Regardless of our real or perceived level of risk we all must continue to practice frequent handwashing, respiratory etiquette, physical distancing, and stay home if feeling unwell.


This information is being shared from the Kendall County Health Department as a service to our residents. For questions or additional information, visit the Kendall County Health Department at

Village Hall reopened following disinfecting

UPDATE, MONDAY, AUG. 10: Oswego Village Hall reopened to regular business on Monday, Aug. 10. The facility was disinfected over the weekend, and Village staff continues to follow recommendations from state and local health authorities regarding testing and quarantining. 


On Thursday, Aug. 6, the Village of Oswego was notified that an employee has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual works at Oswego Village Hall, and prior to the symptoms and confirmation of illness had limited interaction with the public following recommended state guidelines regarding face masks and safe distancing.

The Village of Oswego is working in consultation with the Kendall County Health Department to ensure that precautions are being taken to keep employees and the public safe, including notifying those who have been in contact with the individual. Since March, the Village has been following state and local health officials’ guidance including increasing cleaning schedules for Village facilities, screening employees and contractors, and requiring masks during interactions with the public and in common areas to protect staff and the public.

The employee is under a doctor’s care and self-quarantining as recommended.

Village Hall temporarily closed

As a precaution, Oswego Village Hall will be closed on Friday, Aug. 7, to be deep cleaned and disinfected. The Oswego Police Headquarters and Oswego Public Works Facility will remain open to the public.

During the closure, residents will be able to conduct business over the phone or by email. Employees will continue to work remotely where possible. Please allow additional time for staff to response to requests and questions.

Oswego Village Hall will reopen following the guidance of state and local health authorities. An announcement will be made when that date is determined.

To pay bills

The Village of Oswego offers several contactless methods to pay bills:

  • Pay bills online at
  • Pay by phone at 630-554-3618
  • Pay in person, no contact required, at the pay box in front of Village Hall, 100 Parkers Mill. If paying using the pay box, include the stub of your bill to ensure that payment is credited to the correct account.

To apply for a permit

Staff are still processing permits of all kinds, and essential building inspections are continuing. For the fastest service, send your questions about permits, building inspections, or zoning issues to or call 630-554-2310.

Get updates as they happen 

Residents are also encouraged to follow the Village of Oswego on Facebook (@VillageofOswego) and Twitter (@OswegoIL60543) for up to the minute updates. You can also subscribe to Village of Oswego emails or text alerts by visiting and clicking on E-mail Alerts.

Community Yard Sale Aug. 7 & 8

The Oswego Community Yard Sale is Friday, Aug. 7, and Saturday, Aug. 8, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front yards around Oswego! 

We've moved the annual garage sale to the front yard for extra air flow, and sellers are asked to wear masks, supply hand sanitizer for shoppers and provide visual reminders about physical distance. Shoppers, help keep our community healthy by wearing a mask and consider wearing gloves when handling items. 

Participating homes:

100 Iris Court
335 Persimmon Lane

412 Arboretum Way
202 Ashcroft Lane
220 Ashcroft Lane
402 Cotoneaster Court

31 Beau Meade Road
39 Beau Meade Road
141 Fernwood Road
21 Sherwick Road

101 Meadows Court
474 Treasure Drive*

61 Oaklawn Avenue
68 Oaklawn Avenue
17 Orchard Avenue
23 Orchard Avenue*

788 Apollo Lane
250 Bluegrass Parkway
286 Bluegrass Parkway
350 Bluegrass Parkway
700 Keene Avenue
702 Keene Avenue
221 Loradale Road

207 Carlisle Court
536 Danbury Drive
266 Isleview Drive
306 Morgan Valley Drive
438 Windsor Drive

453 W. Douglas Street
326 Main Street
84 Polk Street
167 Monroe Street
6 W. Van Buren Street
73 W. Van Buren Street^

311 Fox Chase Drive North
221 Whitetail Crossing
120 Willowwood Drive North
131 Willowwood Drive North
160 Willowwood Drive North
204 Wolverine Drive

309 Kensington Drive
323 Kensington Drive
210 Long Beach Road
235 Springbrook Trail South

227 Willowwood Drive

546 Heritage Drive*

308 Hartford Court

513 Lakeview Drive

508 Lincoln Station Drive

110 Grays Court
207 Stonemill Lane
489 Waubonsee Circle

248 Morgan Valley Drive*

14 Primrose Lane
426 Raintree Drive

629 Manhattan Circle

601 Clearwater Court
514 Coventry Court
604 Highview Court
205 Stillwater Court

775 Bohannon Circle


35 Royce Road

147 Seton Creek Drive

435 Boulder Hill Pass
118 Cinderford Court
120 Northampton Drive
206 Northampton Drive
69 Oakwood Drive
410 Preswick Court*
210 Thornbury Court

^ Indicates Friday only
* Indicates Saturday only

Get help with your ComEd electric bill

ComEd's Bill Payment Assistance Program has been extended amid the continued COVID-19 crisis. The program helps eligible customers who are past-due on their energy bills. 

  • Eligible customers can revieved a one-time bill assistance credit of up to $500 for past-due balances, up to the amount of the balance. 
  • Available for a limited time. The program expires Dec. 31, 2020 or until funds are exhausted, whichever comes first. 
  • Available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

For details, download the ComEd Bill Payment Assistance flyer

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