1. Become an Election Judge!

    The Lake County Clerk’s Office is seeking election judges to process voters in their neighborhood Election Day voting site during the April 2 Consolidated Election! Classes begin Jan. 22. Additional Info...
  2. Help Your Community. Volunteer

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” As we observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 21, help serve your community. There are many opportunities to volunteer with Lake County! View volunteer opportunities...
  3. Check Your Home for Radon Gas Levels This Winter

    Homeowners are urged to test radon levels in their homes and apartments during the winter months when indoor radon levels are at their highest. Additional Info...
  4. New Illinois Laws for 2019

    More than 250 new laws will go into effect on Jan. 1. This includes a new requirement for children under age 2 to sit in a rear-facing car seat, background checks for ride operators, and expanded stalking laws to include messages via social media. Read on...
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January County Board Wrap-Up

The Lake County Board meets monthly to approve funding and make policy decisions that have an impact on various public services and programs, from health to transportation to courts and public safety. In this month’s County Board Wrap Up, find out how grants are a critical funding source to improve residents’ mental and physical health, and learn about a new study that aims to help users of Lake County bike and walking paths find their way.  Watch Video