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Green Living Fair - Saturday, March 16, 2019

The 9th Annual Green Living Fair will be held tomorrow, Saturday, March 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Libertyville Civic Center located at 135 W. Church Street.  Admission is FREE.  Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about earth-healthy daily routines from the 30+ exhibitors featuring local environmental groups, businesses and youth clubs.

Village Vehicle Stickers On Sale

Village Vehicle Stickers are currently on sale at the Village Hall and must be displayed on windshields by May 1.  A vehicle sticker is required for all vehicles registered or housed in the Village.  The cost of a sticker is $30 for cars and trucks.  The minimum penalty for not having a valid vehicle sticker displayed is $100.  One hundred percent of vehicle sticker revenue supports repairing Village streets.  To download an application visit

Flood Reduction Projects

As had previously been communicated, the Village has been developing a Village-Wide Master Stormwater Management Plan (MSWMP) to address property and structure flooding within the community.  The draft MSWMP has been developed to identify all potential flooding locations in the Village.  The draft plan details proposed flood reduction projects for each location.  A dedicated webpage is available to provide additional detail on each proposed flood reduction project.  The Village is currently in the process of evaluating a stormwater utility user fee to fund the proposed flood reduction projects and complete the necessary maintenance of the Village's stormwater management system.  The Village Board will consider the final plan at an upcoming Village Board meeting.  To learn more visit

Fine Arts Month

March is Libertyville Fine Arts Month.  Youth Fine Arts Month is a national initiative that directs attention to the value of visual and performing arts education in a student's overall success.  The David Adler Music and Arts  Center is promoting a variety of student performances and art shows during the month of March.  Visit to learn more.


AmeriCorps Week

It is AmeriCorps week and the Village is fortunate to be part of the AmeriCorps partnership.  Jordan Francisco serves as an AmeriCorps volunteer with the Village through a partnership with the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus and the Village of Grayslake.  Over the last few months, he has been working on various sustainability projects for the Village that range from commercial recycling, solar energy initiatives, and sustainability education.  The Village is grateful for Jordan's work and all the organizations that made this opportunity possible.  To learn more visit


Cook Park Playground Replacement

In October of 2018 the Village approved a Parks Master Plan to help guide park development decisions for the next fifteen years.  The first playground identified within the plan for replacement is within Cook Park.  The Village recently selected a design for the replacement of the playground.  The design includes pour-in-play rubber surface for ADA accessibility, two slides, two expression swings which allow an adult and child to swing together, several climbing features and ground level music play options.  The Village received a grant to help fund the project through the Illinois Parks and Recreation Association's Promote Play and Recreation grant for 50% of the cost of the playground structure.  The playground is anticipated to be replaced in late spring/early summer.  The existing playground equipment will be donated to Kids Around the World, a nonprofit organization that repurposes used playground equipment in other countries.

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