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Flood Damage Resources and Refuse Disposal

Residents of Lake Villa Township can bring any flood damaged debris or refuse to the Caboose Park Grand Avenue parking lot where there are two dumpsters that are regularly switched out.

If you are unable to deliver your refuse place the items out at the road as you would with your normal garbage service.  Items that Waste Management will not pick up will be picked up by the Township or we will coordinate an additional pick up with Waste Management.  This will only be done in flood damaged areas.

Illinois Southern Baptist Disaster Relief is operating in Lake County to help people recover from the recent flooding and have a number of ways to help.

Disaster Relief News Release

Property Owners Request For Volunteer Assistance

Lake Villa Township, covering approximately 26 square miles, was incorporated in 1913. The population as of 2012 was estimated to be 40,317. Our rolling countryside, many lakes, parks, forest preserves and mature woodlands offer numerous recreational opportunities. Five village boundaries extend into Lake Villa Township and the unincorporated area has approximately 37 active homeowner associations.

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