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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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, water mains, sewers, alleys, sidewalks, and trees. The City has earned the prestigious "Tree City USA" designation. The City operates a water distribution system that provides Lake Michigan water to residences and businesses. Environmental health and planning services, as well as building construction and maintenance oversight, is provided. Quick Links City Departments Parking in Park Ridge Payment Center Sign Up for Alerts and Notifications
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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 COVID-19 Community Testing Advocate Lutheran General Hospital is partnering with Maine West High School to increase access to COVID-19 testing in the community. City Hall Hours City Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020. City Hall will resume normal operating...
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For after-hours emergencies please call:  847-318-5252. For general shut off requests please contact Public Works Service Center: 847-318-5240. Turning off water at the street does not discontinue your water bill. You must continue to send in meter reads and remit payment for base charges. Base charges include: Fixed Sewer, Meter, and Tax Faq
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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 COVID-19 Community Testing Advocate Lutheran General Hospital is partnering with Maine West High School to increase access to COVID-19 testing in the community. City Hall Hours City Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020. City Hall will resume normal operating...
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, 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 Highway. It was not until 1922
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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 COVID-19 Community Testing Advocate Lutheran General Hospital is partnering with Maine West High School to increase access to COVID-19 testing in the community. City Hall Hours City Hall will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020. City Hall will resume normal operating...
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| City Revenue Rates | Revenue Rates | Employee Compensation | Historical Fund Performance | Fund Performance | Sewer Plan | Vendor Information | City Checkbook | Vendor Detail | Vendor Summary | Accounting Summary | Pension Reports | Tax Levy | Property Taxes | City Financial Reports and Documents
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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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and maintenance of utilities, including water, sewer, and gas; electrical; distribution centers; oil and biofuel refining; roads, highways, railroads, and public transportation; ports; cybersecurity operations; flood control; solid waste and recycling collection and removal; and internet, video, and telecommunications systems Food, beverage and cannabis production and agriculture Organizations that provide charitable and social services Media Critical trades , including: plumbers,...
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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 around the utility lines? General Animal
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, 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 breaker, McCann Industries Draft...
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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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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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, 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 breaker, McCann Industries Draft...
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