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City of Park Ridge has implemented new water and sewer rates effective January 1, 2019. City of Park Ridge has implemented new water and sewer rates effective January 1, 2019.  The City is fortunate to have been able to keep utility billing rates flat for several years.  This is the first water rate increase in over two and a half years and the first sewer rate increase in over three and a half years.  News
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The City through its consultant, has applied for $27 million dollars for flood control / mitigation projects. The City of Park Ridge through its consultants, Christopher B. Burke Engineering, has applied for approximately $27 million dollars in grants from the Governor’s office of the State of Illinois. These grants are for potential flood control / mitigation projects that are on the City’s comprehensive sewer improvement / flood reduction program. 
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There will be construction at the Talcott/Courtland/Devon intersection on Thurs., Fri., and Sat., March 28-30. Traffic should use caution. As part of the Sewer Improvement Plan, the City's contractor will be making a sewer connection in the middle of the Talcott/Devon/Courtland intersection.  Street closures will be as follows: Southbound Courtland traffic will be closed south of the intersection. Eastbound Devon will be closed when approaching the intersection
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Construction of a new storm sewer will begin on Monday, August 19, in the intersection of Potter and Farrell. Farrell will be closed to through traffic during the working hours of 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday. Farrell Avenue Construction to Begin Copenhaver Construction will begin mobilizing materials and equipment at Potter and Farrell starting Friday, August 16, for construction of a new storm sewer.      Construction will begin on Monday, August 19
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such as overhead sewers and green infrastructure.   Grants are made to individual homeowners through two non-profit program administrators. North West Housing Partnership (NWHP) is managing the program in suburban Cook County, north of 39 th Street/Pershing Road. Click here   for a link to the NWHP website or call the NWHP at 847/969-0561. Grantee requirements include: •Cook County resident, excluding City of Chicago •Owner occupied, single family home (1 &ndash
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to check their property weekly for standing water. NWMAD requests that you contact their office at 847.537.2306 to report any new stagnant water areas that have retained water for seven or more days.   Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim recently indicated that sewer basins have been treated by NWMAD with larvicide which kills the mosquito larvae before they have a chance to develop into mosquitoes.        Residents
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; The budget reflects that progress.  We will be repaving more streets, planting more trees, and lining more sewers than we have in previous years, as well as advancing on our parking challenges that we face in this area of town.     I want to highlight one construction project that has already begun and is not costing the City of Park Ridge a thing.  The State of Illinois is repaving Talcott from border to border – helping a much needed
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;nbsp;Several completed projects have provided benefits to many residents, and the City has continued to bolster its sewer maintenance program and sewer re-lining program. The City Council is now grappling with the issue of what to do about a number of proposed major projects which would cost tens of millions of dollars. There is no question that there are parts of town where flooding remains a critical issue. And there is no question that the elected officials
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