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Prescription & Over the Counter Drugs Collection on Oct. 22nd at the Village of Hainesville 10-2 p.m.
Sunday, October 30th 3:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Village Hayrides (two drivers) will be available as follows:
Centennial Drive (Cranberry Lake) behind Village Hall 3:00 – 4:45 p.m.
Brittany Park (Misty Hill by water tower) 3:00 – 4:45
North area of Deer Point Trails (2 stops-Settlement/Sanctuary) 5:00 – 6:45 p.m.
Antler Park, Deerview Drive, south area, Deer Point Trails 5:00 – 6:45 p.m.
Please bring canned goods, non-perishables or cash donations to the hayride for Avon Township Food Pantry!
VILLAGE OF HAINESVILLE & ADVANCED DISPOSAL partner on pilot program for ELECTRONIC RECYCLING EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY!
For the next six weeks you will be able to drop off your electronics on the north side of the village Public Works Building adjacent to the Village Hall on Hainesville Road.
Accepted Residential Electronic Items
Cable Receivers, Cameras, CD Players, Computers (including tablets), Computer Drives, Cords and Cables, Digital Video Disc Players, Digital Video Disc Recorders, Electronic Keyboards, Electronic Mice, Facsimile Machines, Holiday Lights, Modems, Monitors, Portable Digital Music Players, Printers, Satellite Receivers, Scanners, Shredders, Small Scale Servers, Stereos, Tablets, Telephones, Televisions, Video Cassette Recorders & Video Game Consoles.
Items listed above in bold are prohibited by State law from being disposed of in the trash.
Non Acceptable Residential Electronics
Air Conditioners, Batteries (alkaline, non-rechargeable, lead acid, sump pump), Broken Glass, Computer Discs (Floppy & CD), Dehumidifiers, Electric Fixtures, Fluorescent Light Bulbs, Large Household Appliances, Liquid or Chemical Waste, Microwave Ovens, Paint Cans, Packaging Materials, Fire Extinguishers, Refrigerators, Small Household Appliances, Smoke and Fire Detectors, VHS/Cassette Tapes, CD’s, DVD’s (including cases) and Wood Speaker Cabinets
THIS RESIDENTIAL ELECTRONICS RECYCLING PILOT PROGRAM IS FOR HAINESVILLE RESIDENTS ONLY!
Beginning January 1, 2012, the Illinois Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act landfill ban for certain electronic devices became effective. Electronic items such as televisions, monitors, computers and printers are some of the most common items that are no longer allowed in the regular trash (see above for the accepted and non-accepted electronics list).
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The International Compost Awareness Week Committee invites YOU to get involved in ICAW 2017. Enter your poster design for their 15th Annual Poster Contest. Your design could be used to promote International Compost Awareness Week (May 7-13, 2017) and be seen by people all around the world. There’s also a $500.00 prize! All ages. This year’s theme: COMPOST! HEALTHY SOIL, HEALTHY FOOD!
Yard Waste Stickers are available at Hainesville 7-11, Hainesville Walgreens, Round Lake and Grayslake Ace Hardware and at the Village Hall for $2.60. These are non-refundable. Last day for Yard Waste Disposal is November 30, 2016
The pedestrian path along the southern edge of Washington Street and through the stormwater detention area is going to be closed for about a week starting on Monday, February 22nd.
Part of the project includes the installation of a new sanitary lift station and force main pipe along the south side of Washington. The contractor will drill that force main pipe in using two pits, one within the path’s pavement at the new lift station and one farther east, but also in the path’s pavement. Click Here for the pit locations.
The contractor will install “Sidewalk Closed” signs at Hainesville Road, Haryan Way, at the pits themselves, and at the path entrance off of East Big Horn Drive.
This work is weather-dependent, so low temperatures or precipitation can delay the operation.