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For Emergency calls, please dial 911.
Once your complaint is received, it will be investigated according to appropriate procedures. You will be notified of the results.
Send U.S. mail to:Chief Gilbert RiveraRound Lake Beach Police Department1947 N. Municipal WayRound Lake Beach, IL 60073
You may also contact any police department supervisor in person, or call the police department's administrative phone number at:847-546-2127 (Ask to speak with a supervisor)
Once your compliment is received it will be documented and conveyed to the employee. A copy of the compliment will also be placed in the employee's personnel file. Our employees sincerely appreciate feedback from the citizens they serve.
Never pour grease down sink drains or into toilets.Scrape grease and food scraps from trays, plates, pots, pans, utensils, and grills and cooking surfaces into a can or the trash disposal.Pour fats, oils and grease into a container such as an empty jar or coffee can. Once the materials have cooled and solidified and the container is full, secure the lid and place it in the trash.Don’t put grease down garbage disposals, put baskets/strainers in sink to catch food scrapes and other solids, and empty the drain baskets/strainers into the trash for disposal.Communicate with your friends and neighbors about the problem of grease in your sewer system and how to keep it out. The solution starts right in your home with your actions.
Electronic Recycling drop off is located on Sunset Drive, South of Hawthorne Drive at the gated Sanitary Plant in Round Lake Beach. Hours are Monday thru Friday 7:30am to 3:00pm and Saturday from 8:00am to 1:00pm. It is not open on Sundays or Holidays. (unofficial address in Google maps is 1100 Sunset Drive).
Contact the Public Works Department at 847-546-8752. After hours call Cencom Dispatch at 847-270-9111.
Grass and leaves must be disposed of in brown paper yard waste bags or 32-gallon cans. Each bag/can must be marked with a sticker and weigh no more than 50 pounds. Six bags or cans can be put out per week.
Branches and tree limbs must be tied into bundles (no more than four feet in length and 2 feet in diameter) and weigh less than 50 pounds. Individual branches, limbs or stumps must be no more than 2 inches in diameter.
Subscription to seasonal yard waste service is also available. Please contact Waste Management with any questions (800-796-9696 or www.wm.com).
Sec. 4-3-1.-Parking Restrictions.
There is no parking on any street within the village limits at any time after snow begins to fall and for a period of eight hours after snow stops falling when the snow on the streets exceeds two inches in depth, or until snow removal operations are completed.
The Village encourages residents to clear the public sidewalks adjacent to their properties in the interest of public safety.
Snow that accumulates across the side road at the street corner needs to be pushed back onto the corner. This is done to properly clear the street radius and allow cars to turn. The snowplow driver typically pushes snow back onto the corner in the direction the truck is traveling. This is why a particular corner may get more snow on it than another. It is not practical to require that the large snowplow truck attempt to maneuver around the intersection to equally distribute snow on opposite corners. This is difficult to accomplish and is also time consuming during significant snow storms.
Despite popular opinion, crews do not place snow in driveways on purpose. There is no practical way for the snowplow driver to cut off the windrow of snow when crossing a driveway. This problem is especially acute in cul-de-sacs because this is a very confined space. Cul-de-sacs require that all of the snow that is on the roadway within that confined space be placed along the outside of the circle. The problem is compounded by the fact that each homeowner then must clear their driveway, which places large piles on the corners of the driveways.
One thing you can do to reduce the amount of snow that is plowed in front of your driveway is to place as much of the snow as possible to the left side of your driveway (as you face the house). This reduces the chance of snow previously removed being pushed back onto your driveway. This suggestion however may not work in cul-de-sacs that have driveway openings placed close together.