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Where do I vote on November 4th?

If you are uncertain where you vote for the ELECTIONS on Tuesday November 4, 2014, you can find this information through the Lake County “Voter Power” website.  

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October-November Bannockburn Newsletter

October-November Bannockburn Newsletter

The Village of Bannockburn Newsletter for October/November 2014 is available for digital version!

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Construction Alert – Waukegan Road (IL Route 43)

Construction Alert – Waukegan Road (IL Route 43)

ATTENTION! Motorists can expect delays due to daily day time temporary lane closures on Waukegan Road (IL Route 43) in Bannockburn and Deerfield, beginning Monday, September 22 through about November 15, 2014. The construction, which is performed by the Illinois Department of Transportation, will take place on Waukegan Road (IL Route 43) from Lake Cook Road to […]

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About Bannockburn

About Bannockburn

Welcome to the Village of Bannockburn, a very special North Shore community that takes pride in its unique character. Both long-time residents and newcomers appreciate the privacy afforded by Bannockburn’s large lots and carefully planned landscape buffers. You can feel as if you’re living in the country while being minutes away from the neighboring communities […]

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Available Office/Industrial Space

Available Office/Industrial Space

Available Space in the Village of Bannockburn  

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Village History

Village History

Village History The first settlers to the area where Bannockburn stands today arrived in 1835 from County Meath, Ireland. Michael Meehan built a log cabin near what is now the northwest corner of Hilltop Lane and Telegraph Road and gradually acquired a total of 283 acres. William Aitken was an architect and builder who is […]

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Village Facts

Village Facts

Village Facts Population: fewer than 1,583 residents (as of the 2010 Census) Number of Households: fewer than 250 Village Size: 1,318 acres, or approximately 2.05 square miles Lot Size: most are two- or four-acre lots Village Development: 90% of area available to be developed residentially has been developed Schools: Approximately 200 students in grades K-8 […]

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Village History

Village History

Village History The first settlers to the area where Bannockburn stands today arrived in 1835 from County Meath, Ireland. Michael Meehan built a log cabin near what is now the northwest corner of Hilltop Lane and Telegraph Road and gradually acquired a total of 283 acres. William Aitken was an architect and builder who is […]

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About Bannockburn

About Bannockburn

Welcome to the Village of Bannockburn, a very special North Shore community that takes pride in its unique character. Both long-time residents and newcomers appreciate the privacy afforded by Bannockburn’s large lots and carefully planned landscape buffers. You can feel as if you’re living in the country while being minutes away from the neighboring communities […]

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Village History

Village History

Village History The first settlers to the area where Bannockburn stands today arrived in 1835 from County Meath, Ireland. Michael Meehan built a log cabin near what is now the northwest corner of Hilltop Lane and Telegraph Road and gradually acquired a total of 283 acres. William Aitken was an architect and builder who is […]

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