When is my road scheduled for repaving?

Road paving is governed by the 5-year Public Works Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). This document typically changes from year to year. The Village Engineer presents the recommended 5-year plan to the Public Works Committee annually based on a pavement rating system to recommend to the Village Board which roads to include for reconstruction or repaving the following year. The Village Board determines the amount of funding for budget allocation to fund paving. If the paving recommended by the Committee is not fully funded, the 5-year CIP is reviewed and revised for the following year's budget cycle. Click here to find a list of road paving projects. 

Contact the Engineering Department for more information. 

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1. Does the Village collect yard waste curbside?
2. What day is my garbage and recycle collection?
3. Who do I contact if my garbage or recycling was not picked up?
4. How do I schedule a bulk pickup?
5. Are there requirements or restrictions for mailbox placement?
6. Why was snow plowing not completed on a dead-end or a cul-du-sac?
7. When is my road scheduled for repaving?
8. There is a dead or fallen tree in the right-of-way. Who is responsible for removing it?
9. Who is responsible for the culvert under my driveway?