1. PUBLIC MEETING: Lewis Avenue Corridor Modernization Project

    The public is invited to a public meeting on the Lewis Avenue Corridor Modernization Project. The meeting is on Feb. 23 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. at John R. Lewis Middle School. Attend to learn about the project and provide feedback to the project team. Additional Info...
  2. If You See a Snowplow Think of These Things

    Have you ever thought about how snow plows drive over train tracks? Hear from an LCDOT plow driver with some tips on how to stay safe around snow plows. Watch video...
  3. New Public Works App to Report Service Issues

    Lake County Public Works has a new app, CitizenVUE, available for residents to engage and report public works issues on your mobile device. If you spot a concern simply submit a service request for water or sewer problems right from your phone. Additional Info...
  4. Help the County Choose the Name of the New Water Tower Near Gages Lake Road

    Lake County Public Works will be constructing a new water tower at 18534 W. Old Gages Lake Road, Grayslake. We are looking for your help in choosing the name of the new water tower before construction begins in 2023. Additional Info...
  5. President Biden Signs Legislation Appropriating Nearly $5 Million to County Infrastructure Projects

    Lake County is slated to receive nearly $5 million in infrastructure funding as part of a new federal bill. In December, President Biden signed into law the omnibus bill that included federal funding for infrastructure projects in Lake County. Additional Info...
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New County Board Committee Assembles to Identify Unserved and Underserved High-Speed Internet Needs

The Lake County Board formed a new committee focused on determining the current state of broadband in Lake County and coming up with recommendations for improvement. 

The Lake County Board recognizes that a high-speed internet connection is necessary in today’s world and is essential in our education, work, health care, and communication. However, having a connection alone is not enough. Access at an appropriate speed, training and support on accessing the internet, and having financial means to obtain appropriate service and devices, are also essential.