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Please place all garbage and recycling containers on the driveway or parkway adjacent to the street and not on the street so it doesn’t create hazardous conditions for snowplows and drivers.
Snow Piled at End of Driveways
Please consider waiting until the street has been plowed from curb to curb before clearing your driveway. Please do not shovel snow back into the street, as it can cause road hazards.
Keep Fire Hydrants Clear
Please keep fire hydrants near your property or in your neighborhood clear of snow. This will greatly help firefighters in case of an emergency.
Sidewalk Snow Removal
Like most municipalities in northern Illinois, the Village requires residents and business owners to clear snow and ice from the sidewalks adjacent to your property. This helps prevent hazardous conditions for pedestrians.

Tree Recycling — New Process This Year!

This year, recycle your “real” (not artificial) Christmas trees during the first two weeks of January as a part of your regular Friday curbside Groot recycling and refuse service on January 7 and January 14. The trees must be free of all decorations including tinsel, lights, and ornaments. If the tree is over 6 feet tall it should be cut in half. The tree should be placed at the curb with the cut end facing the street (please do not bag the tree). 

Yard Waste/Food Scrap Recycling
Yard Waste and Food Scrap Recycling/Composting Ends for the year on December 10. It will resume in the spring.


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