As we are now into snowmobile season, it’s important to remember the rules regarding the operation of snowmobiles within village limits. At the link below, Chief Stiegemeier has outlined the proper and lawful operation of snowmobiles as outlined in our Municipal Code. Please feel free to share!
In light of the anticipated winter weather event, we wanted to remind everyone that there should be no parking on or along any Village street during snowfalls of two inches or more until snow removal is complete. Violators will be ticketed and/ or towed. With your cooperation this will help them in getting the roads cleared as quickly as possible. Thank you!
Kane County has now released their 2020 recycling guide! It gives you all kinds of information regarding recycling events, drop off locations, what types of recyclables are accepted, and a host of other good information regarding recycling. Click on the link below for their recycling guide.
Also, Kane County is now providing a new option for proper disposal of worn U.S. flags. See the link below to the News Release from Kane County.
The Kaneland Community Unit School District recently sent the village a copy of their Strategic Plan for 2020. We have a copy of this report in the village clerk’s office for anyone who would like to read through the report, and I have also added a link here for anyone who would like to read it online,
Today there was a water main break in town affecting parts of South Street, Willow Street, and possibly Mulberry Street. They are close to getting it clamped and when they do they will clean and test the repair to ensure the repairs are sufficient. There won’t be a need to have a boil order issued but when the water is turned back on you should just need to run the water in your home for a few minutes to clear the lines. If you have any questions at all you are more than welcome to call village hall at 815-827-3309.
Because of the New Year’s holiday, Waste Management will be picking up on Thursday, January 2nd. Also, Christmas tree pick up will be the first 2 weeks of January with your regular pick up. Trees can be no longer than 6 feet in length, with no bags or lights, and and must be bundled and tied.
Village Hall will be open on New Years Eve from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, and closed on New Year’s Day. We will be back to normal hours on Thursday, January 2nd. We want to wish everyone a safe and happy new year!
Is the cold weather putting a crimp in your exercise schedule? Come on out to the gym for some fun and exercise and join other walkers staying in shape! The gym will be open for walkers beginning on November 1st from 7:00 am to Noon Monday through Friday (excluding any holidays) and running through April 30th.
Because of the current weather conditions, the Center street paving project has been postponed until late March early April. Curran has ensured us that this project will be first on their priority list when the weather breaks. Please follow the website for further updates. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Upcoming Meetings for Maple Park’s Neighborhood Watch are scheduled for November 13th, December 4th, and December 18th. They will be held at Village Hall at 7PM. See the attached flyer for additional information.