1. SBA Announces Grace Period to Apply for Low-Interest, Physical Property Damage Loans

    Property owners impacted by the July 2017 flood may be eligible for low-interest loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The filing deadline for physical property damage loans is now Nov. 1, 2017. Learn more by visiting our Flood web page. View Flood web page
  2. Veterans Invited to Join Next Veterans History Project

    Veterans are invited to share their stories of wartime experiences on Nov. 10 at the Lake County Courthouse. The interviews will be recorded and transcribed by official court reporters and then archived at the Library of Congress. Additional Info...
  3. Lake County Board Approves Sustainability Contract

    Lake County is committed to promoting a sustainable environment, and we have several initiatives and projects underway to make progress toward this strategic goal and core value. Read on...
  4. Board to Consider 2018 Proposed Budget

    The County Board will deliberate over the proposed FY2018 budget at a series of meetings on Oct. 24 and Oct. 25. At the budget hearings, board members will carefully review the budget, ask questions, and may propose changes. Read on...
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Lake County Update - Pace Bus Services

Improving transportation is a top strategic goal for the Lake County Board, which includes working with our transit partners like Pace suburban bus service to provide services that meet the needs of our residents and our workforce. In this edition of Lake County Update, Linda Soto, Lake County’s representative on the Pace Board of Directors talks about the fixed Pace routes in Lake County, Paratransit, the Shuttle Bug program, and new programs being rolled out elsewhere in the region that may make their way to Lake County, including Park-n-Ride, and new Flex Lanes where express buses can move on to the shoulder of the Tollway when traffic is congested. Watch Video.