SNOW REMOVAL INFORMATION

The Road District is responsible for snow removal on the 28 miles of unincorporated roads within the Township. Plowing generally begins when snow is more than one inch deep and freezing temperatures indicate that the snow will not melt. Below are a few ways for you to assist us in the process!

  • Please do not shovel or blow snow back into the street after it has been plowed and salted. Snow that is deposited on the street can refreeze and cause hazardous conditions for you or your neighbors.
  • When it starts to snow, park your vehicle off the street. This protects it from being plowed in. It also prevents receiving a ticket and being towed.
  • Check that your mailbox and post are in good repair and that they are behind the curb, not leaning out over the street.
  • If there is a fire hydrant in front of your home, clear the snow around it. It is there for your protection and that of your neighbors.
  • Please remove portable basketball hoops from the right-of-way. The Township is not responsible for damages that occur during snow removal operations.
  • Please place garbage and recycling bins on the apron of the driveway. These bins are not to be placed on the roadway as they become hazards for plow driver.

2024 Holiday Schedule

For a complete list of days that the Township will be closed, click here

Libertyville Township’s Mosquito Abatement Program

Libertyville Township has engaged Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management, Inc. to provide six adult mosquito control applications this season. The Road District has placed mosquito dunks, a larvicide, into the storm sewer catch basins in the unincorporated areas.

For unincorporated Township residents who have standing water on their property, mosquito dunks are available for pick-up. The mosquito dunks slowly release a long term, biological mosquito larvicide. The Township’s services are meant to be in addition to preventative measures undertaken by homeowners and businesses.

To be notified of the nighttime adult mosquito applications, sign up with the following link: www.clarkeportal.com/hotline. You can receive an autodial message, a text or email. In addition, you can report if mosquitoes are particularly bad in your neighborhood and if there is standing water that may need to be treated by calling the Mosquito Hotline (800) 942-2555.

Waste Hauling Information

Earlier this year, Lake County established waste hauler agreements with Groot Industries and Lakeshore Recycling Systems effective June 1, 2022. For specific detailed questions about the waste hauling service (how to request a specific bin size, pricing, etc.), we would encourage residents to contact their respective waste hauler.

  • Groot Recycling & Services (north half of County): Call 847-693-2700, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
  • Lakeshore Recycling Systems (south half of County): Call 844-NEED-LRS (844-633-3577), or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For more general information about the County’s waste hauling franchise program, residents should access the County’s waste hauling webpage link (Franchised Hauling Services web page) or contact staff at:

  • Waste Hauling Information Line: 847-377-8890
  • Waste Hauling Information Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Libertyville Township Food Pantry Information

The food pantry will continue to operate on Tuesdays from 10am - 3pm for any Libertyville Township resident in financial need and provides proof of residency. If an individual is not a registered user of the food pantry, they will be asked to provide a photo id and a copy of a current utility bill as proof of residency. Once the current situation improves, additional documentation may be required. The bagged food will be distributed via drive through. Residents will remain in the car and Township staff will load the food items.

The Township will accept food and/or monetary donations during regular business hours of 8:30am - 4:30 pm. No appointment is necessary. For additional information, please call 847.816.6800.

Libertyville Township’s Mosquito Abatement Program

Libertyville Township has engaged Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management, Inc. to provide six adult mosquito control applications this season. The Road District has placed mosquito dunks, a larvicide, into the storm sewer catch basins in the unincorporated areas.

For unincorporated Township residents who have standing water on their property, mosquito dunks are available for pick-up. The mosquito dunks slowly release a long term, biological mosquito larvicide. The Township’s services are meant to be in addition to preventative measures undertaken by homeowners and businesses.

To be notified of the nighttime adult mosquito applications, sign up with the following link: www.clarkeportal.com/hotline. You can receive an autodial message, a text or email. In addition, you can report if mosquitoes are particularly bad in your neighborhood and if there is standing water that may need to be treated by calling the Mosquito Hotline (800) 942-2555.

Employment Opportunities

There are no employment opportunities at this time.

Libertyville Area Resources

The following local resources were identified through Find Help Lake County and are located within Libertyville Township. For more resources and a comprehensive list, visit findhelplc.org. Please click here for the list of resources within Libertyville Township.

Funding provided in whole or in part by the Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center and the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

Ride Lake County Dial-A-Ride Service

Lake County and Pace are sponsoring a county-wide dial-a-ride program effective May 1, 2022!

The Service Area is anywhere within Lake County including the full municipal boundaries of communities located partially in Lake County. If the location is outside Lake County boundary, the rider must ensure the pickup or drop-off location is within Lake County. 

Service Hours: Monday - Sunday 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Eligibility: Seniors (60 and older) and Individuals with a disability. Must call the Pace Call Center to register; 1.800.201.6446.

Fares: $2.00 one way for rides under 5 miles; $4.00 one way for rides between 5 and10 miles; $6.00 each way for trips over 10 miles. 

Advanced Call-In: Rides must be scheduled at least  2 hours to 7 days in advance. 

Reservations:  1.800.201.6446 Call Monday - Sunday 5:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

 Click here for the Ride Lake County brochure. 

Click here for the Riders Guide. 

Tick Season Information

Click on this link for additional information from the Lake County Health Department:

https://www.lakecountyil.gov/2368/Tick-Borne-Diseases