1. Lake County Board Re-Elects Sandy Hart as Chair and Mary Ross Cunningham as Vice-Chair

    The Lake County Board re-elected Sandy Hart (District 13) as its chair and Mary Ross-Cunningham (District 9) as its vice-chair at the December 5 meeting. Additional Info...
  2. Welcome to Our Newly Countywide Elected Officials

    On Dec. 1, the newly countywide elected officials took their oath of office to serve the residents of Lake County. Welcome to the new County Clerk, Anthony Vega, and welcome back Treasurer Holly Kim and Sheriff John D. Idleburg. Read on...
  3. Treasurer's Office Is Offering Property Tax Prepayment

    Beginning Dec. 1 through Dec. 22, the Lake County Treasurer’s Office will accept prepayments for tax year 2022 (payable in calendar year 2023). Prepayment amounts are limited to a maximum of 50 percent of the tax amount from the previous year's tax bill. Read on...
  4. Qualified Candidates Sought for Two Local Government Boards

    Are you interested in participating in local government? There are openings on the Lake County Housing and Community Development Commission and the Lake County Zoning Board of Appeals. Additional Info...
  5. Metra Board Director Norm Carlson to Retire; Qualified Candidates Sought for Replacement

    Norm Carlson, Lake County's appointed member on the Metra Board of Directors, has announced his retirement effective Dec. 15, 2022. Candidates are sought to fill the Metra Board of Directors seat. Residents of Lake County are encouraged to apply. Additional info...
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New Online Tool To Help Residents Know Their County Board District

The Lake County Board is now comprised of 19 board members representing specific geographic districts in their area. This change is a result of the 2021 reapportionment process that created a new County Board district map and reduced the number of districts from 21 to 19. For some residents, this means their County Board District may have changed.

To help residents identify which County Board district they live in, there is a new, easy online tool available especially for that purpose. Simply use the new district lookup tool and type in the home address. From there, residents can see what district they reside in, and view information about their current County Board Member, including contact info and a link to sign up for their County Board District e-newsletter.