CORONAVIRUS INFO….

Posted by on April 8, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on CORONAVIRUS INFO….

COVID-19 INFORMATION: The Village of Port Barrington shall be following the guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the Illinois Dept of Public Health regarding the coronavirus.  Please click on the links below that will explain the nature of the virus and how you can protect your home and family from the spreading the virus to others. No community is immune. The numbers of COVID-19 will get much worse before they get better. Social contact must be reduced by everyone. Stay home. Don’t...

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Deadline Extension: School Scholarship Offered

Posted by on June 1, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on Deadline Extension: School Scholarship Offered

The Village of Port Barrington announces its 5th Annual $500 Scholarship Grant to be awarded this spring. Applicants must be a resident of the Village and be a current high school senior or college student planning to attend an accredited two or four-year college/university or technical/vocation program for the entire 2020-2021 academic year. Demonstrated ambition and self-drive must be evidenced by achievement in school, community, charity and/or work.  Applications may be retrieved by clicking >>here<< or by request from the...

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COVID-19 PHASE III REOPENING GUIDLINES & TIPS

Posted by on May 29, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on COVID-19 PHASE III REOPENING GUIDLINES & TIPS

Shared here is a link to Lake County Health Department’s “Guidelines & Toolkits” for Phase 3 of Reopening Illinois. Please read carefully and keep yourself and others safe and well!!! Click >>Here<< for link.

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$30 Annual Vehicle Tax Now Due

Posted by on May 5, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on $30 Annual Vehicle Tax Now Due

Payment for Annual Vehicle Tax can now be done online! Port Barrington Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Vehicle Tax will be due by June 1st, 2020.  As in past years, each Village household has a single, flat fee, regardless of the number of vehicles. In November, the Village Board voted to increase this fee to $30 per household. The funds generated help with roadway and parkway maintenance. See CHAPTER 70.18  of the Village Code We encourage you to use our online payment option. To do so, you will need to use the “Resident ID” at the top of the letter...

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OVERNIGHT PARKING

Posted by on May 5, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on OVERNIGHT PARKING

NEED TO PARK ON THE STREET OVERNIGHT? If you have a case where your car/s need to be on the street due to a construction project, your driveway being sealed, or guests staying over,  request a waiver for overnight parking from our contracted Code Enforcement to avoid ticketing! Just send an email...

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PrairieLand Resumes Bulk Item Pick-up

Posted by on April 16, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on PrairieLand Resumes Bulk Item Pick-up

Effective April 20th, 2020, Prairieland will be making changes to their bulk item pickup services in order to better serve our community during this difficult time.  Beginning Monday, April 20th, they will resume pickup of bulk items at the curb, however all items outside of the containers will need to be bagged or wrapped in plastic to ensure their driver’s safety.  For example, mattresses, couches, chairs, carpeting, extra household trash, cardboard ext. will need to be bagged or wrapped in plastic and put at the curb.  Bathroom...

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Grab and Go School Lunches Available at Village Hall Starting March 30, 10:30-11:30am

Posted by on March 26, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on Grab and Go School Lunches Available at Village Hall Starting March 30, 10:30-11:30am

A Message from School District 118 The free Grab and Go breakfast and lunch meals for all District 118 children 18 years of age or younger will continue to be available for pick up between 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on weekdays at any of the following locations: Wauconda High School, Wauconda Grade School, Robert Crown School and Cotton Creek School. Also, Grab and Go will be available beginning this Monday, March 30th and on subsequent weekdays from 10:30 am to 11:30 am in the village hall parking lots of Island Lake, Lakemoor, Port Barrington and...

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NEED HELP DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK?? Volunteers await…..(and are needed!)

Posted by on March 16, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on NEED HELP DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK?? Volunteers await…..(and are needed!)

If you or anyone you may know are in the “at risk” population for contracting the Coronavirus 2019 (age 60 and over, preexisting conditions) and would like to be put in touch with a neighbor you know to help pick up groceries, water, medications, etc., please contact the Village Hall at villagehall@portbarrington.net or 847-639-7595 and we will try to assist you. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE A VOLUNTEER TO ASSIST A NEIGHBOR THAT YOU KNOW IN THIS MANNER, PLEASE EMAIL THE VILLAGE HALL WITH YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION....

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Village Buildings Closed, Village Business Continues

Posted by on March 13, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on Village Buildings Closed, Village Business Continues

Due to the continued spread of the Covid-19 Virus, beginning immediately the Port Barrington Village Hall located at 69 South Circle Avenue, Port Barrington, will limit in-person interactions to critical business only between staff and the public while striving to maintain services that are currently provided.  Please make every effort to contact us by phone or email with your requests, concerns and needs, including the submission of building permit and inspection requests. Village...

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Spring Flood Safety Awareness: Be Aware, Prepared & Take Action

Posted by on March 10, 2020 in News & Events | Comments Off on Spring Flood Safety Awareness: Be Aware, Prepared & Take Action

as winter melts into spring, residents may see an increase in ground saturation and standing water in some areas over the next few months. Since the ground is expected to stay wet through the spring and possibly longer, there is a considerably higher risk for flooding. Now is a great time to learn more about the increased ground saturation and review flood related safety tips from the Lake County Stormwater Management Commission. Click >here <

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