Public Works

News Flash

Lake County Public Works (LCPW) is performing final phase work on the county-owned, 42” sanitary sewers located near the Wilson Road and Rollins Road intersection. This project is to reline existing pipes that transport sanitary flow to the Fox Lake Water Treatment Facility. This project is not being conducted by, or on behalf of, the Village of Round Lake Beach.

This project started on June 17, 2024, and may last up to 3 weeks. The current completion date is July 9, 2024. However, the work is weather dependent which could extend the duration of work. During the work, sanitary flow will be diverted to the sanitary district ponds located off Sunset Drive in Round Lake Beach. During periods of dry weather, the ponds will release an unpleasant odor. LCPW is taking the following steps to minimize the odor: LCPW is diluting the flow coming into the basins, chemically treating the diverted flow, and utilizing odor sanitizer in the area. They are monitoring the odor and adjusting as much as they are able. However, it should not be expected that these steps will be always effective.

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact the Lake County Public Works project supervisor, Marc Bourgault, at [email protected] or at 847-377-7126.

Responsibilities of Public Works

The Public Works Department is entrusted to provide, manage, and maintain the infrastructure and facilities owned by the Village of Round Lake Beach. The employees of the  Public Works Department are committed to protecting the health, safety, and general well-being of all Village residents by delivering outstanding public services and quality public infrastructure in a reliable, and efficient responsible manner.

General Inquiries
847-546-2351 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
[email protected]

The Public Works building is not open to the public

Emergencies related to Public Works
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