Welcome to the Village of Round Lake Heights
619 W. Pontiac Ct., Round Lake Heights, IL 60073 - 847-546-1206 / 847-546-9728 (Fax)
Village Hall hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Round Lake Heights Facts: Population- 2,773 (2006 Census) Housing Count - 813
VRLH New Parking Permission Number available in Adobe Acrobat
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VRLH 2013 Annual
Drinking Water Report to view or save.
Enroll Lake County -
has trained certified navigators available to meet you at locations throughout the county to confidentially answer questions and
help you apply for health insurance.
Halloween Trick-or-Treat Hours are 10/26/14 1-5 p.m.
Halloween Trick or Treat times in the Round Lake Area this Year will be Sunday October 26th from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Tree Lighting- December 6, 2014
It is with great sadness that we hear of the passing of Vickie Faught.
Vickie was a Trustee from 1995-1999 and 2001-2009.
We honor Vickie’s 12 years of service to the Village of Round Lake Heights and send our deepest condolences to her family.
1974 - 2014|
Trustee Marva Meeks accepts the 40th Anniversary Plaque presented to the Village of Round Lake Heights.
In recognition and appreciation of outstanding contributions and unselfish devotion for the advancement of parks, recreation & leisure in the community and the State of Illinois
Top Box Foods Express in Lake County
Top Box Foods is a non-profit organization operating in Chicago that was founded in 2012 by Chris and Sheila Kennedy;
Chris is the son of Senator Robert F. Kennedy. Top Box Foods has a broad-based community supported mission: improve local communities
through increased access to affordable healthy fruits, vegetables and foods.
Top Box Foods is committed to delivering high quality, low-cost healthy fresh fruits, vegetables and foods that do not have access to healthy eating options.
Top Box Foods with the support of the Northern Illinois Food Bank is introducing a new program in Lake County, Top Box Food Express.
Top Box Foods Express is a once a month food box delivery program that offers customers affordable fresh fruits, vegetables and frozen USDA meats
(fish, chicken, beef, turkey) at up to 40% savings. Utilizing bulk purchasing power allows Top Box Foods Express to get products at a great value and then
pass on the savings to our customers. The exact contents of the boxes may change each month to find the best value buys for the customers but the value
remains the same.
Top Box Foods Express is open to everyone and purchasing is easy and convenient. There is no sign up in advance, no qualifying.
Customers can come to any delivery site, shop and then bring the food home the same day to enjoy. Top Box Foods accepts cash, checks,
SNAP/Link, credit and debit cards.
Top Box Foods Express has 3 delivery locations in Lake County: Round Lake, North Chicago and Waukegan.
Delivery location and information:
Calvary Presbyterian Church|
510 N. Cedar Lake Road, Round Lake
2nd Saturday of each month
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
First Delivery Day is Saturday,
North Chicago Public Library|
2100 Argonne Drive, North Chicago
3rd Wednesday of each month
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
First Delivery Day is Wednesday,
Carman-Buckner Elementary School
520 Helmholtz Avenue, Waukegan
3rd Saturday of each month
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Beginning Saturday, September 20th
Why Top Box Foods in Lake County? Individuals and families living in poverty in Lake County has risen from 34% in 1990 to 50% in 2011.
There is an ever-growing gap of people in need that current programs and efforts are not reaching. Poverty and food insecurity percentages do
not tell the story of the many who fall outside these hard drawn lines.
During the initial phase of Top Box Foods Express the Northern Illinois Food Bank is assisting Top Box Foods in establishing a presence in the
Lake County community by providing staff expertise and volunteer resources.
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Top Notch Auto Brokers Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting
Second location opens in Round Lake Heights
Having served the Palatine community for over 25 years, owner Joe Brogan has opened up his second location in Round Lake Heights offering the same quality of vehicles and service that keeps buyers coming back and referring their friends and family. Sales Manager Martin Bloomberg was on hand at their Grand Opening along with his sales staff, Anna, Brian, and Chris, who were busy cooking up burgers and hot dogs for those that stopped by today as well as on Saturday. Along with the Palatine dealership you are sure to see plenty of fresh inventory at this new location. Bloomberg also brings with him 25 years in the auto sales business and has known Brogan for that entire length of time. Several Chamber members were on hand to help with the ribbon cutting ceremony and welcome Top Notch Auto Brokers Inc. to our area. Round Lake Police Chief John Roehlk stood in on behalf of Mayor Lumpkin and the Village Board to also welcome Top Notch to their village.
Top Notch Auto Brokers services what they sell and have a large attached garage with several lifts inside. Be sure to stop by and check out their inventory if you are in the market for a quality used car or truck. If you don’t see what you are looking for on the lot be sure to talk to one of the sales staff to see what they have available at their other location. Their Round Lake Heights address is 712 W. Rollins Road in Round Lake Heights (just east of Lotus next door to Family Video).
Mayor Lumpkins, Clerk McIntyre and the Board of Trustees recognized Public Works Director Bud Kowalski for 20 years of service to the Village at the Board Meeting on Tuesday night. Bud was hired on July 7, 1994. We are very proud of Bud. He was presented with a plaque and cake and coffee were served.
Community Notification System
||The Village of Round Lake Heights is pleased to announce the launch of the Connect-CTY service, our new village-to-resident notification system. With this service, village leaders can send personalized voice messages to residents and businesses within minutes with specific information about time-sensitive or common-interest issues such as emergencies and local community matters. The Connect-CTY service will be used to supplement our current communication plans and augment public safety/first responder services.
Please accept our invitation to participate in this great service. We know that your personal information is important, and rest assured that we will not share it with anyone. If you have NOT already received a test phone call from us, or you would like to provide additional contact information, click the Connect-CTY image to sign up.
Foreclosure Information - Notices of foreclosures for the Village of Round Lake Heights should be sent to the Round
Lake Heights Village Hall, Village Clerk's Office.
Village of Round Lake Heights
619 W. Pontiac Court
Round Lake Heights, IL 60073
1. Lock your doors and windows when you’re not at home. Burglars prefer an easy way into your home. Close your garage door if you’re not working in the garage and double check them before you go to bed at night.
2. Consider putting some lights on timers at night. They can make it easier for you to get around if you come home after dark and its harder for the bad guys to hide.
3. Have somebody you trust watch your house when you go on vacation. Maybe consider putting your house on a vacation watch here at the Round Lake Heights Police Department.
1. Lock your vehicle if you’re not in it or when you won’t be able to watch it. Even if you’re at home.
2. Don’t keep items of value in plain sight or take them out of the vehicle completely. Cell phones, Cameras, Computers, Keys, Vehicle titles, etc. Bad guys can not only sell your stuff for money but can get a lot of personal information from you about your home, family and friends.
For any questions, please call the Round Lake Heights Police Department (847) 546-9704
Services we provide
· Notary Service Available
· Water Bill/Refuse Payment
· Voter Registration
|· Building Permits
· Business Licenses
· Police ticket payments
· Yardwaste stickers
Illinois Law Bans Disposal of Electronic Items in Landfills
Effective January 1, 2012, the
Illinois Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act
landfill ban for certain electronic devices will take effect. Electronic items such as televisions, monitors, computers and
printers will no longer be allowed in the regular trash. Due to potentially toxic contaminants and chemicals, the
Illinois Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act (2008) requires manufacturers to establish recycling programs for
electronics if they sell their products in Illinois. The Solid Waste Agency of Lake County (SWALCO) also provides
electronics recycling events, free of charge for Lake County residents. For more information, please visit the
Electronics Collection Event website or call SWALCO at 847.336.9340
Additional banned electronic items into landfills will include:
Computers (including tablet computers),
, Portable Digital Music Players,
Digital Video Disc Players,
Video Game Consoles
Small Scale Servers
Digital Converter Boxes,
Digital Video Disc Recorders.
- 2014 Annual Report Drinking Water Quality
- MS4 Annual Facility Inspection Report
· Non-Perishable Food Collection:
The Avon Food Pantry collects donations of non-perishable food items year-round. Please help Avon Township families by dropping off your donations to Avon Township at 433 E. Washington Street.
· PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
This Illinois Community Takes Character Seriously.
The five villages of the Round Lake Area of Illinois have undergone a character makeover.
Click Here for more information.
· Updated General Board Meeting Minutes and Committee Meeting Minutes
are available to view and download.
· IMPORTANT NEWS
The Village will be picking up aluminum cans from the residents.
Please place the cans in plastic bags and put them out to the street on Monday mornings and the Village will be picking them up.
The proceeds from this will go to the Dollars for Scholars Program. This program awards yearly scholarships to our residents. These scholarships can be awarded to young adults attending college and adults continuing education.
The village will not be picking up paper, plastic or glass bottles.
REMINDER: There is no parking on Village streets. You may contact Cen-Com at (847) 270-9111 for parking permission.
Permission will only be granted when the conditions are favorable. There is also no parking over the sidewalks from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Seasonal Reminders -
Garage Sale and other “FOR SALE” signs: When you decide to sell your home or have a garage sale, please do not post signs on utility poles, rights-of-way, parkways or any other public property.