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Prevailing Wage Ordinance

Under Section 5 of the Prevailing Wage Act, all public bodies in the State of Illinois are required to pass an ordinance or resolution establishing prevailing rates of wages. The Village of East Dundee passed an Ordinance on June 18, 2018 Ascertaining the Prevailing Rate of Wages on Public Works Projects adopting the prevailing rate of wages for construction work in the Kane and Cook County areas as determined by the Department of Labor of the State of Illinois for 2018.

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Depot Life E-Newsletter - June 14

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2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

50/50 Parkway Tree Planting Program

The Village of East Dundee is offering a shared cost 50/50 Parkway Tree Planting Program. Residents can purchase a new parkway tree and the Village will pay half the cost of the tree and plant it for you. This is a wonderful opportunity to plant trees in the Village that promote a healthier environment, aid in stormwater management, and boost property values within our community How the Program Works:

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TREE TRIMMING

Arborists performing vegetation management for ComEd will be working in your neighborhood. Within the next 3 months they will trim trees, branches and vines that interfere or have the potential to interfere with power lines. In some cases, tree removal may be required. All work is performed by trained, qualified arborists.

If you have any questions regarding the tree trimming process, call 800-Edison-1 (800-334-7661) and ask to speak with a Vegetation Management representative, or visit the attached website link.

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Police Officer Eligibility List

Effective September 19, 2017 through September 19, 2019

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Crash Statistical Analysis Reports - Photo-enforced Intersections

The attached reports are the 36+ month post-camera statistical analysis reports for both photo-enforced intersections in the Village. The reports cover crash data through 2015, which was just released by IDOT. 2016 data will not be released until this time next year

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FBI Warns about Scammers Calling about Jury Duty

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Working Together - Growing Together - Stronger Together In 2017

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Electronic Recycling for East Dundee Residents

Electronic Recycling is provided to East Dundee residents at no charge. Residents can drop off old TVs, computers, printers, scanners, VCRs, etc. at the Public Works facility located at 448 Elgin Ave from 7am-2:30pm, Monday-Friday. Items MUST be placed inside the dumpster.

For all other Kane County residents, please go to www.countyofkane.org/recycling for drop off locations. Please note the dumping of non-electronic items is prohibited and will be under video surveillance. Proof of residency at location will be required for drop off.

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RECEIVE EMERGENCY ALERTS!

Sign up to receive emergency alerts from the Village. Whether it’s gas leaks; water main breaks; street closures or boil orders – you’ll be the first to know! BUT WE CAN’T TELL YOU IF WE CAN’T REACH YOU! Signing up is easy. Click here for details.

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Municipal Warming & Cooling Locations

Kane County Health Department

Information on West Nile Virus and Heat Alerts

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QuadCom Implementation of Text to 911 capabilities

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Bats & Rabies Prevention Protocol

Pace Local Public Transportation Services Available to East Dundee Residents

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