COVID-19 is having a major impact on Oswego. As a community comprising many small businesses, we are profoundly affected by the current economic circumstances.
We also are, and always will be, a community that cares and looks out for one another. We’ve organized a directory of Oswego businesses and organizations facing difficult disruptions. We encourage Oswegoans to refer to it and shop locally as we pull through this time together.
Your Oswego Area Chamber of Commerce is here to help support you during this challenging period. If you are a Chamber business that is contending with recent developments, please share your announcement or update with us.
Contact: Justin Fox
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ATTENTION: Oswego, Naperville, and Plainfield residents.
With all of the concerns surrounding COVID-19, we want to do what we can to help keep the kids of our community healthy and safe... at the very least to help calm the worry swirling around the minds of those responsible for them.
Wash Pros Exterior Cleaning would like to donate cleaning and sanitizating services for play structures at local area public schools and parks during this uncertain time.
We understand that everyone involved in keeping the insides our public schools and parks safe & clean are already in overdrive to ensure that those public areas are being disinfected regularly. Our company’s specialty is sanitizing outdoor surfaces and have methods and equipment that can hopefully lighten that burden or help to ensure outdoor surfaces at public schools and parks are still enjoyable for our little ones.
If you know anyone who works with the Oswego, Naperville, and, Plainfield public schools or parks departments please help us get this conversation started by sharing our information with them.
Please like and share this post so that we can get this initiative moving!
A friendly reminder that the college’s spring break remains extended and campuses closed through Sunday, March 29. Beginning on Monday, March 30, all credit courses will be conducted either online or through an alternative course delivery method through the end of the spring semester.
All students will hear directly from their instructors. If you have a question regarding a specific course please submit that question via college’s webpage at www.waubonsee.edu/covid19.
March 20, 2020 - College Update
In these unprecedented times, our daily reality is being altered seemingly by the minute. We know that this can make an already difficult time even more challenging. The entire college community is working to provide students and employees as much information as possible, while trying to balance our collective safety and our continued growth as students and professionals.
All Waubonsee campuses will remain closed through Sunday, April 12 except for essential personnel required to keep the college operating efficiently. Credit courses are scheduled to resume on March 30 through online learning or other alternative course delivery methods for the remainder of the Spring semester.
Student and academic support services will resume on March 30 through phone, e-mail, and virtual communication when available. Again, all campus buildings will remain closed but we will continue to offer services to our students and our community through alternative methods. Soon, we will provide more information on service times and options for all Waubonsee Community College departments through April 12.
Please continue to put your safety and health first as we continue to navigate through a challenging time as a country. Your Waubonsee family is here to support you and help in whatever way possible. Continue to check the website for helpful information and resources. We will continue to send alerts when up-to-date information is available.
As of Saturday we closed due "Stay in Place" and COVID-19. We are hoping to reopen on April 10th. Like you, we are going to take it day by day and pray we all see each other soon! We will keep you posted!
Stay safe and God Bless America!
Our staff will be working remotely during the COVID-19 emergency for the next two weeks. For your convenience we have enabled live chat on our website at https://www.weblinxinc.com/ if you need assistance.
This center is temporarily closed in the best interest of global health. There may be other centers in your area that will remain open to offer childcare to families in essential service roles. If you work in essential services, and your center is closed, you are eligible to enroll your child in the Essential Center that is closest to you. For more information please visit the Essential KinderCare Center Locations page.
At West Suburban Bank, the health and well-being of our customers, employees and families is our top priority. Considering the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to support CDC recommended social distancing, we have decided to temporarily close some of our bank’s lobbies effective at the end of the day on Friday, March 20, 2020.
The following branches will remain open during regular banking hours:
Aurora: 101 N. Lake Street
Bartlett: 1061 W. Stearns Road
Bloomingdale: 355 W. Army Trail Road
Darien: 8001 S. Cass Ave
Lombard: 711 S. Westmore-Meyers Road
Naperville: 2020 Feldott Lane
For your banking needs, our ITMs will remain available at all locations; to speak to a teller, please touch the screen during banking hours. For your safety, we are continuously disinfecting the machines.
For Safe Deposit Box services, we will offer appointments only. Please call our Customer Care Center at (630) 652-2000 to schedule an appointment.
As always, you can access your accounts from home 24/7 using our Online Banking, Mobile Banking and Telebank 24. You can use these services for your everyday banking, to check balances, pay bills, transfer funds between accounts and more. You can even make a check deposit* using the mBanking app. If you're not currently enrolled in Online Banking, get started today!
During this time, fraudsters may take advantage of the heightened emphasis put on the coronavirus. Please be aware that WSB will never initiate an unsolicited request for your private information (e.g. account numbers, debit card number, social security number, user name and password) via phone, text or email.
We will continue to closely monitor the situation and do all we can to protect our customers and our employees. Rest assured during these trying times, your money remains safe and FDIC Insured. For FDIC insurance FAQs, visit: https://www.fdic.gov/deposit/deposits/faq.html
For additional information about COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at https://www.cdc.gov/
WE ARE OPEN! We are currently open Sunday-Thursday 4pm-8pm and Friday and Saturday 11am-8pm for take out and curbside pick-up. Here is our updated limited menu going forward, but please keep watching our Facebook for updated specials and featured items!! We have added some catering and family options!
We thank you all for your support during this time.
Our soup tonight is chicken potato.
Call 630.882.8988 to place your order! Stay healthy and wash your hands!!