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Aggregation Presentation North Shore Electricity Aggregation Consortium RFP 02/20/2012 - Electrical Aggregation Public Hearing 12/30/2011 - Joint Press Release North Shore Electricity Aggregation Consortium Electrical Aggregation FAQs   Natural Gas     Nicor Gas   1-888-Nicor4u (1-888-642-6748)   Solid Waste & Recycling Groot Industries 1-800-244-1977       Water & Sewer City of Park Ridge     &
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BOX 4793 Carol Stream, IL 60197-4793 Email: utilitybilling@parkridge.us Phone: (847) 318-5223   Permitting Please visit the digital portal for permits.   Note: You must register first on the right side if you are a new user. Email: permits@parkridge.us Phone:  (847) 318-5291   Building Inspections Note: Only for essential items such as hot water heater replacement, water mains or sewer repairs, electrical, etc. Email: permits@parkridge.us Phone: (847
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in Park Ridge Stormwater Information Stormwater Utility Submit a Request The Spokesman Newsletter Water & Sewer Rates What is the street sweeping schedule? Petition for Unimproved Alleys Block Party Permit Annual Water Quality Report   View More News News 2020 Census Update Be Counted! The last date to complete the census is September 30, 2020. Candidate Packets for the April 6, 2021 Election Now Available Candidate Packets are available for persons interested in running for the...
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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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of establishing a Stormwater Utility.  A Stormwater Utility (SWU) is a fee charged to all parcels in the city based on their contribution of stormwater runoff into the sewer system.  The runoff amount is proportionate to the amount of impervious, or hard, surfaces on a property. An SWU is considered to be a fair and equitable way to fund stormwater projects and would support the City’s drainage system.   RECENT INFORMATION Christopher B. Burke Engineering - August 31
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Article 11, Chapter 1 Section 11-1-6 of the Park Ridge Municipal Code states that all repairs to the sewer lateral (private house service) up to and including the connection to the sewer main is the responsibility of the homeowner. All repairs to the water service pipes between the buffalo box and the premises are the responsibility of the homeowner. Water meters are maintained by the City.   Faq
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Most tree roots grow primarily in the top three feet of soil and sewer house laterals are usually a minimum of six feet deep at the right-of-way.  Tree roots do not invade sewer pipes that are structurally sound.  When a sewer pipe is already cracked or broken tree roots may find their way into the pipe.  Homeowners should periodically inspect their sewer house lateral to prevent future problems and costly repairs and can do so by installing a...
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Hall Second Floor 847-318-5228 8 am - 5 pm, Monday through Friday   Public Works Service Center 400 Busse Highway 847-318-5240 7 am - 3 pm, Monday through Friday Locations   The Public Works Department provides services including traffic control, street lighting, snow removal, public ways maintenance, sewer and storm drainage, water supply and distribution, and solid waste collection and disposal. Public Works is responsible for equipment and maintenance and all engineering
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The City of Park Ridge has opened the Alley Petition Process for a pilot Green Alley Paving Program. This program is for the construction of “green alleys” for those alleys that are currently gravel. Green alleys have concrete edges and permeable brick pavers in the middle to promote infiltration and reduce the impact to the City’s sewer system. Two alleys are budgeted this fiscal year for the pilot program. The City of Park Ridge has opened the Alley Petition Process for a pilot Green...
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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.   The Finance & Budget Committee considers all financial proposals, revenues, expenditures and budget appropriations.   The Public Safety Committee considers all matters relating to police and fire protection to maintain
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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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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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Elected Officials National, State and County Employment Financial Information & Reports Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request Municipal Code - Municode NPDES Payment Center Zoning Ordinance - Municode NPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) Most older cities in the United States, including Park Ridge, were built with combined sewer systems. This means the sewer system was designed to collect rainwater runoff,...
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and Sewer Systems         2 Emergency Energy Plans         3 Stormwater Management         4 Municipal Waste System                 ARTICLE 12   BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS            Chapter   1 Transient Businesses   &
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