Clarke Environmental Mosquito Management, under contract with the Village of East Dundee, will conduct Village-wide chemical spraying to cut down on the area's adult mosquito population using a fog spray insecticide. The spraying will take place on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 from dusk to 2:00 a.m. The summer rains, coupled with temperatures consistently in the 80's and 90's, have created ideal conditions for the growth and development of adult mosquito populations.
In addition, the Village is also engaged in larviciding which involves the placement of growth hormone briquettes in the areas of ponding water to interrupt the development of mosquito larvae into adult mosquitoes. The Village's Public Works Department has begun placing these briquettes in catch basins throughout the Village.
Residents with questions about the mosquito spraying can contact the Clarke Environment Mosquito hotline at 800-942-2555.
Illinois Department of Transportation is initiating a roadway project along Route 72, from Reinking Road in Pingree Grove, to Van Buren Street in East Dundee.
Improvements will include resurfacing, centerline rumble strips and pedestrian ramp upgrades through this stretch of Route 72, which passes through Pingree Grove, Gilberts, Elgin, Sleepy Hollow, West Dundee and East Dundee.
The estimated start date for the project was July 9, and the estimated completion date is November 30.
Please exercise caution and patience when traveling through construction zones, and allow extra time to reach your destination.
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.View/Download PDF Visit the website
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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Effective September 19, 2017 through September 19, 2019View/Download PDF
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 yearView/Download PDF
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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.
Thank you for helping keep East Dundee clean!
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