Make sure you are being assessed correctly before January 1!
Appointment took place at the City Council meeting on December 3.
A message from the Community Development Department.
Lake Forest Improves 9-1-1 Services and Emergency Notification with Smart911.
View the City's quarterly newsletter here. The Dialogue is also mailed to all Lake Forest residents.
...and the Passion and Purpose of Great Living.
...and will take place during December.
The current boardwalk is scheduled for removal in late November/early December.
The new services will launch in January 2019.
A plan was approved by the City Council to re-route the Road.
The City has migrated to a new ERP system.
The flags at all City facilities are lowered to half-staff by order of the President honoring George H.W. Bush.
Rob Lansing will not seek a second term in 2019.
The north road and wooden walkway have been closed until further notice.
Fundraising is in Full Swing!
As a courtesy, the City provides notification to Lake Forest residents when tax assessment notices, or "blue cards", have been mailed out by Lake County.
The program runs annually from May - October.
You may view it here.
"It's like visiting the East Coast without actually visiting the East Coast."
The proposal is expected to enhance services and reduce costs.
Please check here for information and updates.
View important information about basement and yard flooding.
Click here to view the presentation by a panel of experts at Trinity University on October 11. The program was co-sponsored by The City of Lake Forest and the Villages of Bannockburn, Deerfield, Glenview and Northbrook.
Click here to see October 3's Community Forum presented by the City and School Districts.
Please check here for updates.
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