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Save the Dates: Increased Rainfall Public Information Meetings

Save the Dates: Increased Rainfall Public Information Meetings

The Lake County Stormwater Management Commission invites individuals interested in hearing more about how increased rainfall is impacting Lake County to attend one of the public information meetings on July 16 and 24. SMC will present increased rainfall data along with a timeline of the regulatory process, provide resources and tools for best practices, discuss […]

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Veteran’s Day – Village Hall Closed

Veteran’s Day – Village Hall Closed

On Monday, November 11, 2019 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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New Chief of Police, Walt Trillhaase

New Chief of Police, Walt Trillhaase

We are happy to welcome Walt Trillhaase as our new Chief of Police. Walt was born and raised in New Jersey. He graduated from College of New Jersey with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Walt began is law enforcement career in 1984 working in Seaside Heights, NJ; East Windsor, NJ; then Wauconda, IL; He […]

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New Texting Law

New Texting Law

Here’s what you need to know about New Illinois’ Distracted Driving law beginning July 1, 2019.   If any person driving a motor vehicle is using any electronic communication device, this violation will now be considered a moving violation. A person who violates the law will be fined a maximum of $75 on the first […]

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What is an RPZ?

What is an RPZ?

The Village of Bannockburn takes pride in providing safe drinking water to our residents. The water that reaches your home or business meets all State and Federal drinking water standards and is safe to drink. However, contamination can occur within your own piping system. The greatest potential hazard is known as an unprotected “cross connection”, […]

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Our Great Schools

Our Great Schools

Bannockburn is a great place to learn! There are many attributes, both personal and community based, that make our community schools exceptional places for learning. In addition to what we personally appreciate about our public schools, the recognition of excellence from others further reinforces our positive perceptions. Recently, the 2019 U.S. News & World Report […]

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Do you know how much water you use?

Do you know how much water you use?

Sign up now for the EyeOnWater program. This program will allow you to track your water usage. The tracking will also alter you if it detects a water leak inside your home. This service is at no charge for Bannockburn residents. Signing up is easy! Please utilize the attached flyer to assist you on how […]

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Garbage Amnesty Day / Spring Clean Up

Garbage Amnesty Day / Spring Clean Up

Monday June 3, 2019 will be Garbage Amnesty Day / Spring Clean Up Day for Village of Bannockburn residential customers.

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Outdoor Water Use Restrictions

Outdoor Water Use Restrictions

Village of Bannockburn has water restrictions for conservation from May 15 – September 15. — Sprinkler use is prohibited between the hours of 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. and all properties Properties whose addresses end in an odd number (1,3,5,7,9) are permitted to use irrigation systems on odd numbered calendar days. Properties whose addresses end […]

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Lake County Sets New Flood Stage Record in 2018

Lake County Sets New Flood Stage Record in 2018

Lake County has been experiencing more frequent and stronger rainfall events. In fact, in 2018, Lake County went above flood stage during six separate storm events. This was triple the average number of flood events that went above flood stage in Lake County over the previous 10 years, and it was a record for the […]

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