Road Work Illinois Route 22 West of Old Barrington Road
The Illinois Department of Transportation will be closing Route 22 from Old Barrington Road on the east to Harbor Road on the west. This closing will take effect Monday, July 22nd, and should last approximately 4 weeks. There will be NO TRAFFIC THROUGH THE CONSTRUCTION AREA EVEN FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES. Detours will be posted (Route 59 south to Route 14 north).
The culvert repairs and drainage improvements on Illinois 22 east of Route 59 over Chungs Creek/Honey Lake Drain, in North Barrington, will begin, weather permitting, June 3. Illinois 22 will be reduced to one, narrower lane controlled by temporary traffic signals starting, weather permitting, June 3; THERE IS NO END DATE AT THIS TIME. Motorists can expect delays and should allow extra time for trips through this area. Drivers are urged to pay close attention to flaggers and signs in the work zones, obey the posted speed limits and be on the alert for workers and equipment.
Clover Hill Road will be closed to north bound traffic from west of the Kohls entrance starting June 19, 2019
The closure is west of the entrance to the commercial area (Kohls, etc.) This restriction applies to all motorists, any motorist attempting to go around the barriers will be ticketed (resulting in a minimum of $120 for the citation). See the attached diagram for more detailed information.
For several years the Village has experienced an increase of northbound cut-through traffic on Clover Hill Lane from Rand Road to Miller Road due to the poor progression and capacity of the intersection of Rand Road at Miller Road. The increased cut through traffic has created a public safety concern for the residents along Clover Hill Lane for both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
RECENT STORM DEBRIS
The Village's waste hauler, Prairieland Disposal, will pick up tree limbs if you subscribe to the landscape yard waste service however; tree and shrub limbs must be bundled with biodegradable string or twine. Bundles may not exceed 4 ft. in length and 2 inches in diameter. Leaves, grass, twigs and branches too small to bundle may be placed in a paper bag, box or disposal container and may not exceed 50 lbs. in weight. To subscribe to Prairieland Disposal's landscape yard waste service please call Prairieland Disposal at: 847-381-9300.
There will be a Mosquito treatment, weather permitting, on Friday, July 12th. Spraying can occur any time between dusk and dawn.
New options for reporting nuisance mosquitoes or standing water. Just go to www.clarkeportal.com/hotline to report standing water issues or high mosquito population levels from your laptop or phone.
Do you want to be notified of nighttime adult mosquito applications? You can sign up for notifications by going to www.clarkeportal.com/hotline and click REGISTER FOR SERVICE NOTIFICATIONS at the bottom. Complete the information and create your own password, then click submit. Your location will be verified to see if you live along an application route.
As many of you know, Lake County has been faced with some confusion in regard to what can and what cannot be recycled curbside. With the help of SWALCO's local task force and the Lake County Communications team, a new video has been created to help lessen this effect.
Here’s the YOUTUBE