Even though it is still cold outside, spring baseball and softball registration is currently underway and will soon come to an end. We have baseball and softball programs for ages 5 to 20 years old. With over 700 children in our program, join one of Lake County’s premier baseball and softball organizations. No resident requirements!
Ratings day will be March 4th and we will quickly move into drafting/assigning teams. To help make this process run smoothly we strongly encourage our families to register by February 28th. Therefore, starting March 1st there will be an additional $25 fee charged. Register now to avoid the late fee!
Access the registration website at www.lvtb.org. Payments can be made via credit card or by printing out a registration form and mailing it in along with a personal check. Players will not be officially registered or placed on a team until payment is received.
For more information about Lake Villa Baseball, please visit our website at www.lvtb.org
LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP BASEBALL- P.O. BOX 123 LAKE VILLA, IL 60046
“AT YOUR DOOR”
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE and ELECTRONICS PICK UP
For residents of unicorporated Lake Villa Township at no extra charge
Home pick up of Household Generated Special Materials
The concept is simple. We come directly to your home and collect household materials that do not belong in a typical trash or recycling bin. Easy and Convenient!
Typical household materials that are accepted for collection include:
- Paint Products
- Automotive Products
- Garden Chemicals
- Household Chemicals
- Swimming Pool Chemicals
- Universal Materials
There are three easy ways to participate:
- Schedule a collection online
- Call 1-800-449-7587 (Mon.-Fri., 5:00am- 5:00pm, PST)
- E-mail: AtYourDoor@WM.com (with your list of items and your contact information)
Our Call Center Representatives will guide you through the list of acceptable items in your specific area. Certain restrictions and limitations may apply due to local and state guidelines.
Our program is usually offered under an agreement with your local public agency (city, county, township, district, etc.). If you would like to start this type of program in your community, contact your local officials and ask them to visit this website.