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Legislative Update Town Hall with State Senator Julie Morrison

Legislative Update Town Hall with State Senator Julie Morrison

State Senator Julie Morrison is hosting a “Legislative Update Town Hall” located at the Village of Bannockburn Village Hall on October 6, 2018 from 10AM to 11AM. For additional information, please contact Senator Morrison’s office at 847-945-5200. Julie Morrison Town Hall Flyer (PDF)  

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SWALCO Household Chemical Waste Collection Event in Mundelein

SWALCO Household Chemical Waste Collection Event in Mundelein

The Solid Waste Agency of Lake County (SWALCO) is sponsoring a Household Chemical Waste Collection Event in Mundelein on October 6, 2018 from 8:00AM to 2:30PM.  The event will be located at the Mundelein Metra Train Station located at 205 N. Archer Avenue. 

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Free Retinal and Hearing Screening Event

Free Retinal and Hearing Screening Event

The Lake County Center for Independent Living and Lions of Illinois Foundation is hosting a Free Retinal and Hearing Screening and Assistive Technology Demonstration on Monday September 24, 2018. 

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Village of Bannockburn’s Great School’s Recognized

Village of Bannockburn’s Great School’s Recognized

In the September Chicago Magazine1, the magazine ranked the best public schools in Illinois.  We are proud to report that Bannockburn School was ranked the #4 top elementary & middle school and Deerfield High School was ranked the #1 top high school in Lake County. Congratulations to both schools on the well-deserved accolades.

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Pond Maintenance FAQ’s

Pond Maintenance FAQ’s

In Bannockburn, we are fortunate to have ponds throughout our community. Ponds can have a wide variety of aquatic and terrestrial plants and animals, stormwater detention benefits and visual appeal, provided the ponds have good water quality and good shoreline conditions. Just like cutting your lawn or trimming trees, ponds need care and maintenance too. […]

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August-September 2018 Bannockburn Newsletter

August-September 2018 Bannockburn Newsletter

The Village of Bannockburn Newsletter for August – September 2018 is available for Digital Download (as a PDF)! Village of Bannockburn residents and businesses should receive a hard copy in the mail around August 1st. If you do not receive one but would like a copy, a hard copy can always be picked up at the […]

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“Congress on your Corner” with Representative Brad Schneider

“Congress on your Corner” with Representative Brad Schneider

Representative Brad Schneider invites you to attend Congress on your Corner for a question and answer session located at the Village of Bannockburn Village Hall on July 28, 2018 from 11AM to 12PM.

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Mosquito Spraying (Southlake Mosquito Abatement District) 7-11-2018

Mosquito Spraying (Southlake Mosquito Abatement District) 7-11-2018

Please note the Village has been informed that the Southlake Mosquito Abatement District will be performing a Village wide adult mosquito control application by truck mounted application this evening, July 11, 2018, weather conditions permitting.

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Village Hall Closed – 4th of July

Village Hall Closed – 4th of July

In observance of the Fourth of July Holiday, the Village Hall will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. The Bannockburn Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For non emergency issues, please call 847-945-8490.

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Backflow Prevention Devices (RPZ’s) – Reports Due July 1st!

Backflow Prevention Devices (RPZ’s) – Reports Due July 1st!

In February and March of this year, the Village mailed out letters to homeowners & businesses who may have backflow prevention devices (sometimes called RPZ’s) installed at their property.  The letters notified/reminded both residents/businesses that the backflow prevention devices must be inspected annually by a private contractor certified to do these types of inspections (this […]

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