There are lots of questions about the logistics of the November 3 General Election, so we put together a list of resources to help Mount Prospect residents make sure they are prepared to vote.
Learn where to go to make sure you are registered to vote, register online or in-person, request a mail-in ballot, find your polling place, research the candidates, and make an informed decision. Find more on our Voter Resources Research Guide.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) states there are millions of people who are eligible to receive their Economic Impact Payment under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, who haven’t claimed it yet. These individuals have until October 15, 2020 to claim their stimulus payment this year. As the deadline approaches, download their recently released guideand find out if you are eligible, or ask your Business Librarian.
A few months ago the Mount Prospect Historical Society along with the Mount Prospect Public Library launched a community history project focused on the experiences of residents during this pandemic. To see what kinds of things can be included check out two of the submissions. One is from a furloughed soccer player while the other explores the experiences of a college student. Please do not hesitate to share your own stories; each one adds a unique touch to the history of our community. You might even receive a gift certificate for Capannari Ice Cream! For more information about how to contribute to the project, please go to the Pandemic 2020 Moments page of the Mount Prospect Historical Society website.
Has your small business reached a crossroads? Bring your questions to this interactive webinar as we discuss techniques for revitalizing your business plan. Learn how SBA programs and services can be the tools you need to make sound decisions for your business.
REGISTER HERE to receive log on instructions emailed to you. Please note, this event will be on the Microsoft Teams platform. There is no dial-in number; you must join online. The Safari browser is incompatible. Email the Illinois District Office with questions at ILLINOIS (dot) DO (at) sba (dot) gov.
ValChoice, an independent data analytics company focused on the U.S. insurance industry, is offering our patrons unlimited access to online calculators, insurance company ratings, tutorials and “how-to” videos, worksheets, and other tools designed to help users understand how insurance—such as car and home insurance—is priced, and how to decide on policies based on their age, deductibles, coverage limits, and other factors.
This Illinois car insurance estimator lets you calculate auto insurance costs customized to your age, location, driving record, vehicle, etc. Your personal information is only used to calculate insurance price.
Use this Illinois home insurance calculator to estimate home insurance costs based on home replacement value and location. Your personal information is only used to calculate insurance price.
Educational videos that can guide you on how to use these calculators can be located here.