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Brookdale COVID-19 Resources
Posted on Mar 23, 2020

In our effort to help during the COVID-19 pandemic, Brookdale Neighborhood Association has posted some new COVID-19 resources on our new website at for your information, planning and convenience.
We highly encourage you print these resources and drop them off at your neighbors’ front doors—elders and others who may not be receiving these communications, use social media and/or comfortable with using technology.
Store Information
Your resource for store hours, senior citizen hours, store pickup/delivery options.
Restaurant Information
Your resource for restaurant hours and pickup/delivery options.
These listings are being updated on an ongoing basis, so please check back often for the most up-to-date information!
Neighborhood Window Walk
We encourage all to get involved in the Neighborhood Window Walk! Every few days, there will be a different theme for decorating your home’s front windows. This is a great site to see while residents take daily walks, offers encouragement, a great activity to partake in and provides some fun and excitement for kids! Get creative with your windows with dry erase markers, paint, lights, signs—go as bold or as big as you’d like!  Here are the upcoming Neighborhood Window Walk Themes:
March 26 - Encouraging Words
March 29 - Flowers
April 1 - Jokes
April 4 - Easter Eggs
April 7 - Animals 
In closing, please check in on others and take care of yourself, your family members and neighbors.  You may contact Brookdale Neighborhood Association through our website at or via email at

Additional Resources
City of Naperville
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
COVID-19 Information
Travel Health Notices & Guidance
Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)
COVID-19 Information
Coronavirus Hotline - If you have questions about coronavirus, call or email the state's 24/7 hotline at (800) 889-3931 or

DuPage County Health Department
COVID-19 Information
Behavioral Health Support - If you are feeling emotional distress or need emotional support, call the health department's 24/7 hotline at (630) 627-1700.

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)