The Lake County Board re-elected Aaron Lawlor as its chairman and re-elected Carol Calabresa (District 15, Libertyville) as its vice-chairman. This is Lawlor’s third term as chairman, which is a two-year term. Read on...
Curbside recycling helps keep so much waste out of our landfills, but did you know there are items that you should not put in your recycling bin such as plastic bags, Styrofoam containers and electronics? Watch Lake County’s Dirty Jobs to learn more
The Lake County Division of Transportation (LCDOT) has a new interactive mapping tool to give you a behind the scenes look at what goes in to our snow and ice removal operations. Find which snow plow routes you encounter on your way to work and more! LDOT Snow Season Interactive Mapping Tool
Share Your Ideas for a Better Lake County!
Lake County Hosts First Telephone Town Hall Meeting December 13
Residents often ask – what does the County do? The Lake County Board invests in 300 miles of county roads that you drive on every day, funds public safety and judicial agencies that work 24/7 to keep your family safe, and supports healthcare programs that contribute to the health and wellness of our residents and communities. All of these and many other vital services are funded with about 7% of your property tax bill and the County Board is working hard to stretch every penny. And, YOU have a say in how we prioritize and invest your tax dollars.
You’re invited to participate in our first-ever Telephone Town Hall meeting December 13 at 7 p.m. with Lake County Board Chairman Aaron Lawlor. As the county board gets ready to update its strategic plan next year, we want to know what is important to you. During the Telephone Town Hall, we will discuss our current priorities and you will be able to share your thoughts and ideas to make our county even better! Sign up to receive a call
Share Your Input In Our Community Voice Forum!
You can also submit your thoughts and ideas to make our county even better through our “Community Voice” forum. It’s easy to join the conversation by signing in and sharing your ideas for a better Lake County. Provide Input Now!