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On March 20, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced a “stay-at-home" order to take effect Saturday evening, March 21 and continue through Tuesday, April 7. The order is in place to protect the health of people in our community and the health care system.
The funds raised will be disbursed to nonprofit organizations serving on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing urgent resources for Lake County most at-risk neighbors.
If you own a small business, run a private non-profit, or are self-employed in Lake County facing financial hardship due to COVID-19, the U.S. Small Business Administration has been authorized to start making low-interest disaster loans available.
To protect the public and Lake County staff while maintaining required government operations, Lake County Government offices will be transitioning to provide only essential functions over the next few days.
The Lake County Administrative Complex at 18 N. C...
Board Extends Declaration of Emergency for 45 days
At a special meeting March 16, under guidance from the Lake County Health Department, the Lake County Board voted to approve a Resolution extending the declaration of emergency due to COVID-19 for 45 days....
On March 12, households will begin receiving invitations to respond to the census. It is critically important that every Lake County resident is counted. For every resident not counted, Lake County loses $1,400 per year in federal funding. That money goes...
As winter melts into spring, you may see an increase in ground saturation and standing water in some areas over the next few months. Since the ground is expected is stay wet through the spring, and possibly longer, there is a higher risk for flooding.
Attention college students and soon-to-be graduates! Now is the perfect time to look for internships. Several Lake County departments offer internship opportunities in a variety of fields for current college students and recent graduates.
On March 31, Lake County’s Emergency Management Agency is co-sponsoring a free class with the National Weather Service on severe weather at Vernon Hills High School. The public is welcome.
Property owners age 65 and older who have total household incomes of $65,000 or less are encouraged to apply for the Senior Citizen’s Assessment Freeze.
Summer is right around the corner and it is time for Lake County’s Summer Youth Employment Program once again. The program is funded by the Lake County Board and provides meaningful work experiences for 215 low-income middle and high school stud...
The Lake County Board of Review is seeking qualified professionals with a background in real estate to serve as Board of Review Hearing Officers.