Lisle Business Relief

The Village remains committed to supporting businesses as the pandemic continues to evolve and impact the community. To offer relief, several steps have been taken over the past several months that remain available to Lisle bars and restaurants:

Outdoor Eating and Drinking Program allows for service outdoors both on private property and in Village rights-of-ways. Service of food and drink can occur outdoors according to IDPH guidelines and expires 30 days after the Lisle area public health region enters Phase 5 of Restore Illinois or until such a time as repealed by the Mayor and Board of Trustees.

Sale and Delivery of To-Go Sales of pre-mixed drinks/cocktails is available in accordance with Illinois Liquor Control Commission until June 2, 2021. Guidance on specific container, sealing and labeling information can be found at the Illinois Liquor Control Commission website.

PPE Reimbursement Program is available and provides Lisle businesses with grant funds up to $1,000 per business for reimbursement of past purchases of PPE associated with reopening efforts or for current purchases of PPE associated with continuing business operations. Purchases eligible for reimbursement include facemasks, gloves, hand sanitizer, disinfectant products, outdoor tables, fencing and others. Grant funds are available until exhausted.

PPE Distribution Program is available and provides masks and hand sanitizers, at no cost, to qualifying Lisle businesses with up to 50 employees that have an ongoing need for these supplies to safely conduct transactions.

Additional Resources can be found through the DuPage County Business Toolkit at the Choose DuPage website. Information on the DuPage County Small Business Relief Grant Program, as well as the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) Business Interruption Grants (BIG) are linked at this site. DuPage County Health Department’s Business Response Team (BRT) offers businesses support and guidance to assist in keeping their businesses open safely during the COVID-19 pandemic. This team is available to answer questions and direct businesses to the appropriate resources. For assistance, please

The Illinois Restaurant Association has announced the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. This program provides one-time grants of $500 to support restaurant employees facing an unforeseen hardship due to Covid-19. For more information and to apply, visit their website.

For Assistance, Please Contact DuPage Health