SEPTEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS

Don’t forget the Hainesville Civil War Reenactment SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Hosted by the Northbrook Sports Club on the north end of their property on the southern extension of Hainesville Road, across Route 120 and the RR tracks.

Please note the Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 Village Board Meeting will be held at the Round Lake High School at 6:30 p.m. As part of the meeting a tour of the remodeled area and new addition will take place. Please join us for this opportunity to see firsthand a project well done by District #116 and the new positive energy it has created for the students, staff and the community.

Village Trick-Or-Treating Hours 3:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Sunday, October 30th, 2016

Public Meeting for the Ela Road & Long Grove Road Improvement Study will be held on Sept. 21. Click here for more information.

Please do not store garbage containers in front of garage or house. Containers need to be stored on the side of the house, in the backyard or in your garage.

PLEASE KEEP LAWNS MOWED! IF YOU DO NOT TREAT FOR WEEDS PLEASE MOW BEFORE DANDELIONS GO TO SEED!

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.

WASHINGTON PEDESTRIAN PATH CLOSURE

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.