Beginning Friday, March 24th, the Village will be performing inspection and cleaning of sanitary sewer mains in various areas of the Village.
This work is being completed by a hired contractor named National Power Rodding Corporation, and residents may see these contractor trucks and work crews in your area over the next five to six weeks. This work should have little impact on residents, and w...Read on...
The Solid Waste Agency of Lake County (SWALCO) is hosting a household chemical waste collection event on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Fox Lake Streets Department, 216 Washington Avenue.
Accepted materials include: aerosol products, antifreeze and motor oil, fertilizers/herbicides/pesticides, fluorescent light bulbs/CFLs, furniture stripper and varnishes, gasoline and kerosene, household batteries (lithium and rechargeable only), househol...Read on...
The Village is now accepting applications for a Public Works seasonal position working from approximately May 15 to August 15. The position is for 40 hours per week at $9.00 per hour.
Typical maintenance duties for this seasonal position include landscaping, painting, litter removal, tree trimming and other general maintenance.
Applications are available by clicking here. Please submit applications no later than March 3...Read on...
Metra is conducting an online survey to ask customers, former customers and prospective customers what they think about a variety of potential fare and ticket options,
Beginning in April 2017, residents and businesses will notice some changes in the appearance of their Village of Grayslake utility bill.
The utility bill has been redesigned using industry best standards to make the utility bill easier to understand with important information highlighted. Please click the link below to view an example of the new utility bill:
Sample Utility Bill (New Desi...Read on...
If you enrolled in the garbage and/or recycle can exchange program, Waste Management will be exchanging the cans during the weeks of March 13 and March 20 on your regular service day.
Please place your can(s) at the street the evening before your regular pick-up day and leave them there for the entire day since the exchange truck is separate than the emptying trucks.
Pursuant to Village Ordinance, property owners are required to clear sidewalks of snow and ice within 24 hours of snowfall.
Residents are also responsible for clearing snow at the end of their driveways. Unfortunately, the Village does not have the personnel to clear all sidewalks in the Village.
Clearing Snow Around Fire Hydrants: Residents are asked to please remo...Read on...
To ensure all Village streets and sidewalks remain safe for residents this winter season, we ask for residents’ cooperation in removing their portable basketball hoop from the parkway.