Keeping Posted Newsletter - March 2015

The March 2015 Keeping Posted Newsletter is available below in PDF.

New in 2015--Beginning with this issue of the newsletter, the Village will offer an online Spanish version that features the highlights of each newsletter. Click the link below to view the Spanish version.

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Managing Coyotes: A Quick Guide to Handling Coyotes in Your Neighborhood

Recently, an increase in coyote sightings has been brought to the Village's attention.  While coyotes are mostly harmless, they can present a potential hazard from time to time. The following is a quick guide to on how to effectively manage them.

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New Countywide Initiative - Lake County Life

A new countywide initiative, Lake County Life, was recently introduced to promote the benefits of living, working and playing in Lake County. Partners in the new initiative include the Lake County government, Forest Preserves, Health Department and Community Health Center, Stormwater Management Commission, Lake County Partners and Visit Lake County. Check out the Lake County Life website and video for more information.

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Year of Public Safety

In November 2014, the Village’s Police and Administration Departments launched a year-long initiative to provide informative and relevant articles and features on a wide variety of crime prevention topics. This campaign, entitled the “Year of Public Safety,” will utilize traditional articles as well as videos, infographics and other easy-to-read items designed to talk about crime in a fact-based way. Each month, a new topic will be introduced, and all information on that topic will be compiled here.

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NEW! Gurnee Unveils Online Permitting Application - OneStop Gurnee

 

In an effort to simplify the building permit application process and make it more convenient for residents and businesses, the Village of Gurnee has created a new website called OneStop Gurnee that allows users to submit some permit applications online. The site allows you to supply the information and materials required for permit submittal online, without having to make an initial visit to Village Hall. OneStop Gurnee will also allow you to track the progress of your permit application and, eventually, make payments online.

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