The Sustain Libertyville Commission meets to discuss ways to keep Libertyville a sustainable place to live/work. This discussion arena is for you to share your ideas about how you have made Libertyville sustainable for others..
There will be 3 Village Trustee positions on the Spring ballot. Nomination papers are available for pick-up at the Village Hall or for additional information please visit the Lake County website or call the Lake County Clerk at (847)377-2410.
The draft ordinance will be added to the agenda at the November 11th Village Board meeting at 8 p.m. in the Village Hall Board room.
The latest Dining Guide featuring over 80 Libertyville restaurants is now available and features a number of new additions. View a copy at www.VisitLibertyville.com or pick-up a copy at the Village Hall, Police Department, Library or Main Street offices.
Friday, October 248 a.m. to 12 p.m.Southlake Campus | Vernon HillsCost: $125 (includes continental breakfast)Register
This workshop will help expand your knowledge of the law by:Reviewing common misconceptions... Read on...
'Main Street' has now become a generic term synonymous with U.S. small business in general. But for many entrepreneurs, the prospect of joining Main Street in its more literal meaning still holds an enormous amount of appeal as a business venture.
Mayor Terry Weppler and Village Administrator, Kevin Bowens, and many business community members attended the Pizzeria DeVille Ribbon Cutting Celebration, downtown Libertyville's newest hotspot serving up wood fired pizza's at 404 N Milwaukee Avenue.
Movoto Real Estate placed Libertyville on its list of top ten safest places in Illinois. According to Movoto “Looking to settle down in the Land of Lincoln? This list of the safest places in the state might help you in finding your next home.”
They are eligible to receive a tax credit for newly created positions paying $10/hour or more. View details on eligibility and registration on the attached brochure.
To say John Durning is gregarious is an understatement.
Register Now for the 2014 Halloween Fest at the Libertyville Sports Complex!5:30-7:30pm, Family fun geared for kids 10 & underKids Fun Zone • Inflatables • Train Rides • Spooky Climbing MountainPumpkin Patch • Halloween Fun Activities CALL 847-918-7275
Resident registration starts on Wednesday, August 6th and Non-Resident registration is August 13th.Now is the time to sign up for Winter Youth Basketball League for Grades 3-8. There is a $30 late fee when registering after October 31st.