When is my street scheduled for repaving?
Road paving is governed by the 5-year Public Works Capital Improvement Plan. This document is typically in a state of flux and changes from year to year. The Village Engineer presents the recommended 5-year plan to the Public Works Committee every year based on a pavement rating system to recommend to the Village Board which roads will be included for reconstruction/repaving the following year. The Village Board then decides on the amount of funding for the budget allocation to fund paving. If the paving recommended by the Committee is not fully funded then the 5-year CIP is reviewed and revised for the next year's budget cycle.


Please contact the Engineering Department for more information.

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1. Does the Village pick up yard waste?
2. When is my street scheduled for repaving?
3. If a snow plow damages my mailbox, will the Village repair it?
4. Are there requirements and restrictions for where I have my mailbox?
5. There is a dead or fallen tree within Village right-of-way that needs to be removed. Whose responsibility is it?
6. I live on a dead-end/cul-de-sac road and the road wasn't adequately plowed. Why was plowing not completed?
7. Who is responsible for the culvert under my driveway?
8. My sump pump runs constantly, causing icing/standing water issues. Is there anything that can be done?