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protection to maintain the safety of the citizenry 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,...
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Street or Sidewalk Maintenance Street 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 Cook County Resident Cash Assistance Program The Resident Cash Assistance Program offers a...
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Guidelines 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 Tent Guidelines (COVID) Temporary Trailer Guidelines Tree Preservation Building Plan Requirements Tree...
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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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; 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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