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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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flat work Installation of siding in excess of one hundred (100) square feet Deck, porch, stair or stoop construction or replacement Installation of or alteration to an elevator Exterior door or window replacement or installation involving structural changes Addition to, alteration, replacement or relocation of any standpipe system, water supply, plumbing, sewer, drainage, gas, soil waste, vent or similar piping, electrical wiring, heating, air conditioning, or other mechanical components
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Pools Guidelines Railing, Handrails & Guardrails Guidelines Re-Roofing Guidelines Residential Energy Conservation Residential Interior Demolition Guidelines Sewer Repair Guidelines Site Development Guidelines Slabs, Stoops, & Stairs Guidelines Solar Photovoltaic (PV) System Guidelines Temporary Heating Equipment Guidelines Temporary Tent Guidelines Temporary Trailer Guidelines Tree Preservation Building Plan Requirements Tree Protection Fencing Requirements Utility Easement
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Sign Maintenance Street Sweeping Trees (Forestry) Tree inquiries Vehicle Requests Vehicle Licenses (Stickers) Waste Requests-Refuse, Garbage, Recycling Refuse and Recycling Yard Waste Water and Sewer Sewer Issues Water Bill AutoPay Water Meter Reading Website Issues with the Website Youth Commission Youth Commission Information View More News News Online Streaming Video is temporarily unavailable The City is aware of the situation. Live streaming will be unavailable. The meeting...
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are covered. Public Works matters are discussed on the second Monday of the month. This includes all matters of policy relating to capital improvements, and the construction and maintenance of public ways, including streets, sidewalks, curbs, alleys, public parking lots, parkways, sewers, water usage, traffic control, parking and engineering. In addition, the Council hears land use matters referred by the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Zoning Board of Appeals and the Building Board...
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for Council Chambers insulation, ThermaSeal / Lakeside Purchase Order for mudjacking, AAA Concrete Raising Contract for Thermoplastic Pavement Marking, Superior Road Striping Contract Extension for Emergency Watermain and Sewer Work, DiMeo Brothers Purchase Order for two Riding Mowers, Russo's Power Equipment Contract Extension for Water Meters and Accessories, Midwest Meter and Water Resources Contract for Upfitting Truck, PW-FY18-05, Monroe Truck Equipment Purchase order for backhoe...
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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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requirements include: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or other closely related engineering field, Professional Engineer (PE) designation, and 5 years of experience. Strong knowledge of CAD, GIS systems, and agency permitting requirements (MWRD, IEPA, IDOT, etc.) required. Experience in designing infrastructure improvements to storm water management, sewer systems, traffic engineering, and streets required. Work hours include Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Starting...
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for Council Chambers insulation, ThermaSeal / Lakeside Purchase Order for mudjacking, AAA Concrete Raising Contract for Thermoplastic Pavement Marking, Superior Road Striping Contract Extension for Emergency Watermain and Sewer Work, DiMeo Brothers Purchase Order for two Riding Mowers, Russo's Power Equipment Contract Extension for Water Meters and Accessories, Midwest Meter and Water Resources Contract for Upfitting Truck, PW-FY18-05, Monroe Truck Equipment Purchase order for backhoe...
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. Parkway Tree. Can I get a new parkway tree? Parkway Trees. What procedure needs to be followed to plant a tree on a City parkway? Roots. Could my tree roots be invading my sewer? Tree Diagnostic Service. Will the City Forester examine trees and shrubs located on private property? Tree Removals. What are the rules for tree removals? Tree Permit. Do I need a permit to remove a tree on my private property? Trees Around Utility Lines. Who is responsible for pruning trees growing into and...
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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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with the coming of the railroad, increased immigration from the East and Europe, and as an aftermath of the great Chicago fire in 1871.   The agrarian society was changed by the Industrial Revolution, and by the time of incorporation in 1873, Park Ridge had been transformed from an agricultural community to an affluent business town. The new village had no public sewer or water facilities. Water was supplied by private wells and from a well at the intersection of Touhy and Northwest
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