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THE 6TH ANNUAL BIKE RODEO HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE
THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER ON
SATURDAY, MAY 20.

PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.

THANK YOU!


 

6th Annual Lake Forest Police Department Bike Rodeo will be held on Saturday, May 20, 2017

LFPD_Bike_Rodeo_2017May is National Bike Month and it is a perfect time for the Lake Forest Police Department to hold its 6th Annual Bike Rodeo. The school year is coming to an end and a refresher course about bike safety will help the kids enjoy safe summer biking.
 
This FREE EVENT will take place at the Deerpath-Oakwood parking lot on Saturday, May 20 from 10 am to 2 pm. The entire family will enjoy a day of fun, food, games, giveaways and prizes. Kids, bring your bike and helmet to try your skills at the many safety stations. Be sure to catch BMX Champion Marshall Gehrke as he demonstrates  his award winning skills.
 

 BE SAFE!

                     BE SMART!

                                             HAVE FUN!

Great news! This year we will have Express Check-In for those who pre-register here. Please submit your form by Saturday, May 6, 2017.

There are 2 Express Check-In options:

  1. Click here to download the registration form to complete and submit via email.
     
  2. Click here  for a fillable form that can be completed and printed, or printed and filled out by hand. Drop off or mail the completed form to the Lake Forest Police Department, 255 W. Deerpath, Lake Forest IL 60045. or fax to 847-615-4382.

You can also print the form and bring it with you on the day of the Bike Rodeo, There will be volunteers available to speed you through the regular check-in process.


 

Curfew

The City of Lake Forest has a safe community thanks to the partnership between the citizens and the police department. Together we are able to be more proactive and head off potential problems before they get out of control.

One example of our teamwork is shown in the Curfew Ordinance. Not only is Curfew a wonderful tool that parents and the police department have to help children who have not fully developed their own sense of judgment, but it is also a way to set limits to help youths understand and respect the law. Curfew also encourages parents to know where their children are. As the old public service announcement stated on TV, "It's 11:00 and there's a Curfew - do you know where your children are?" (see more)

THE CITY OF LAKE FOREST
220 E. Deerpath, Lake Forest, IL 60045
(847) 234-2600
Non-Emergency Police:  (847) 234-2601

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