Street Division

The Department of Public Works Street Division is responsible for the maintenance of streets, right-of-ways, municipal buildings, urban forestry and landscape sites, traffic control signs, street lighting, storm sewer and detention systems.  During the winter season the Street Division conducts snow and ice control operations on the Village’s 243 lane miles of roads including 328 cul-de-sacs and dead end streets.

Adopt-A-Roadway Program

Apr 26, 2017, 14:03 PM

The Village of Gurnee Adopt-A-Roadway program allows community groups an opportunity to support anti-litter efforts by adopting a section of Village roadway for a two year period for the purpose of trash collection. Roadway sections are between ½ and 2 miles in length and groups are required to conduct litter collection at least 2 times annually.
During litter collections, groups must provide one adult supervisor, 21 years of age or older, for every five youths under the age of 18 and no one under the age of 10 may participate in litter collections due to safety concerns. Litter collections can only be conducted between one hour after sunrise and one hour before sunset, in fair weather during non-rush hour traffic times.
Roadways in the Adopt-A-Roadway Program are:
Almond Road (Washington to Dada)
Almond Road (Dada to Grand)
Cedar Avenue
Cemetery Road (Tri-State Parkway to Washington)
Dada Drive (Hunt Club to Almond)
Dada Drive (Almond to Knowles)
Depot Road
Fuller Road (North of Grand)
Knowles Road
Leonard Drive (Gages Lake to Crossland)
Morrison Drive
Northwestern Avenue
Old Grand Avenue
St. Paul Avenue
Tri-State Parkway
To participate in the Adopt-A-Roadway program, please download the application. To find out which Village roadways are available, please contact us at 847-599-6800.
For those parties interested in adopting a state or county highway, please contact the Illinois Department of Transportation at 217-782-6953, or the Lake County Division of Transportation at 847-377-7400.