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2017 Arbor Day Tree Planting

2017 Arbor Day Tree Planting

Please come join the Bannockburn School, the Bannockburn Garden Club and the Village of Bannockburn at our Open Space on Friday April 28th at 10AM as we plant a new Hackberry Tree as part of our Arbor Day Celebration.

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April – May 2017 Bannockburn Newsletter

April – May 2017 Bannockburn Newsletter

The Village of Bannockburn Newsletter for April/May 2017 is available for Digital Download (as a PDF)! Village of Bannockburn residents and businesses should receive a hard copy in the mail around April 1. If you do not receive one but would like a copy, a hard copy can always be picked up at the Village […]

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February – March 2017 Bannockburn Newsletter

February – March 2017 Bannockburn Newsletter

The Village of Bannockburn Newsletter for February/March 2017 is available for Digital Download (as a PDF)! Village of Bannockburn residents and businesses should receive a hard copy in the mail around February 2nd. If you do not receive one but would like a copy, a hard copy can always be picked up at the Village […]

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2016 Bannockburn Citizen Survey Available

2016 Bannockburn Citizen Survey Available

The 2016 Village of Bannockburn Citizen Survey is now available for residents who are looking to provide input on the current state of the Village, as well as the future path the Village should undertake.  Want to know more?

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Why are there trees along the street marked with an “X”?

You may have recently seen trees along the Village’s streets that have been marked with an orange colored “X”.  We wanted to let you know that these are trees that are targeted for removal by the Village. The Village Forester is still working on this project, and will be marking trees targeted for removal through the […]

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Winter Weather Update through Friday December 16th

Winter Weather Update through Friday December 16th

Lake County Illinois and much of the central United States will be impacted by Early Season Bitter Cold Temperatures over the next several days. In Lake County, single digit day-time temperatures followed by below zero night- time temperatures are forecast beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, December 14th through at least Friday, December 16th). What to Expect: Dangerous […]

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December 2016 – January 2017 Village of Bannockburn Newsletter

The Village of Bannockburn Newsletter for December 2016/January 2017 is available for Digital Download (as a PDF)! Village of Bannockburn residents and businesses should have received a hard copy in the mail around December 7th. If you did not received one but would like a copy, a hard copy can always be picked up at […]

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Illinois Passenger Rail Proposed Improvements – Extension for Comments

The Illinois Department of Transportation, together with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the Federal Railroad Administration, in partnership with Amtrak, are conducting an Environmental Assessment (EA) for proposed improvements that would increase the frequency of round trips from seven to ten per day on Amtrak’s Hiawatha passenger rail service between Chicago and Milwaukee.  The EA […]

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Veteran’s Day – Village Hall Closed

Veteran’s Day – Village Hall Closed

On Friday, November 11, 2016 the Village Hall offices will be closed in observance of Veteran’s Day. The Bannockburn Police Department is still open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  For non-emergency events, please call 847-945-8490.  You will be transferred to Dispatch if no one is in the office at the time of your call.  Please […]

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Veteran’s Winter Coat Drive

As illustrated in the attached press release, the Deerfield and Bannockburn Police Department(s), Deerfield High School, the Mundelein Police Department, Carmel High School, the Vernon Hills Police Department, and Vernon Hills High School are conducting coat drives during the Fall and football season.    The coat drive is known as Operation Stand Down.

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