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Our coordinator provides information and specialized services for older adults and their families.
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Residents can choose the types of trees to be planted on the parkways in front of their properties.
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Village President Mike Jenny answers questions from the community.
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The Village of Glenview Report is published 10 times per year and mailed to all properties.
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Service improvements have been proposed on the Hiawatha line between Chicago and Milwaukee
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Street, sidewalk, sewer and other capital improvements are prioritized and scheduled annually.
The Village is responsible for keeping Village-owned roads clear of snow and ice in winter.
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The Village is responsible for providing properties with potable drinking water and taking away wastewater.
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The Village is required annually to produce a Consumer Confidence Water Quality Report.
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Dogs and cats are required to wear an ID tag provided by the owner. They do not need to be registered with the Village.
Permits are required for street fairs, charity runs, grand openings and temporary banners.
A permit is required to remove or do work likely to damage a landmark tree.
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This ad hoc committee is charged with recommending designs and plans for signs marking destinations and attractions.
Start here to learn about Village requirements for proposed land uses and development projects.
Village inspections are required for building, plumbing, HVAC, utility and electric work.
Home Residents Spruce-Birchwood Reconstruction
Project Manager: Tim Schwister(847) email@example.com
Engineering Division Manager: Adriana Webb(847) firstname.lastname@example.org
Contractor: Lenny Hoffman Excavating, Wilmette, Ill.
Budget: $1.2 million
Preconstruction PowerPoint Presentation: Click here.
Schedule may be revised due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
Work hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Work outside these hours will require Village approval.
April 5, 2022
March 1, 2022
This past week the contractor placed the final layer of asphalt on Strawberry Lane.
Good News! The project is completed, and this will be the final blog post for the project. We hope you found the information helpful and insightful regarding the current status of the project and upcoming work.
The Village of Glenview will provide surveys in the future for you to complete regarding the construction work and notifications provided. Please take a few moments to complete this survey. The information will allow us to know what aspects of the project we are doing well at and which areas we need to improve upon in the future.We appreciate your patience.
This past week the contractor completed installing the sod. The contractor also plans to adjust the manholes and complete the standardized testing of the newley installed underground utilities.
During the week of July 26, the contractor tentatively plans to oil and sand the road on Tuesday in anticipation of paving the final layer of asphalt on Wednesday. This work is dependent on favorable weather.
Throughout this phase of construction, the contractor will be working in the street and parkway. Construction hours are from 7 am to 7 pm Monday through Friday and 9 am to 5 pm on Saturdays, if necessary.Thank you for your patience.
This past week the contractor completed landscaping preparation and is scheduled to place the sod the week of July 19. The contractor tentatively plans to mill the top two inches of existing asphalt pavement.
During the week of July 19, the contractor tentatively plans to place the final layer of surface.
project updates here.
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