In 2018, the beloved novel Little Women celebrated its 150th birthday. In this historical portrayal of celebrated author Louisa May Alcott, as Miss Alcott shares stories about the creation of Little Women, she also reminisces about her life, including her...
Sun, Jan 19 7 P.M.
On Sunday, January 19 at 7:00 PM at the Grayslake Heritage Center & Museum, the ukulele master marries workingman’s folk music with fascinating rhythms to forge something authentic, true, and re...
Registration is now open for the 2020 garbage and recycle can exchange programs. Registration for the program is between January 1 and February 15. Residents opting to exchange their garbage can may choose one of three sizes:
Residents may also choose a FREE UPGRADE for their recycle can size from 65-gallon to a 96-gallon.
The exchange of the can(s) takes place in March and the garbage rate change will take...
The Holiday Tree Pick-Up Program will take place on Friday, January 3, Thursday, January 9 and Thursday, January 16. Trees must be placed unbagged at the edge of street the night before the service day.
Trees greater than six (6) feet in height must be cut in half prior to being set out for pick-up. Waste Management will not pick-up trees in plastic bags.
Little leaks inside your home can waste large amounts of water and cost you money on your water utility bill. Below are some tips for identifying possible leaks inside your home.
The Village of Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum is a state of the art history museum that features multiple exhibition galleries, a classroom, a community room, archives and collections storage. Visit the Heritage Center website today!
Visit the new Grayslake Village Center Website. Grayslake's Village Center is located in the heart of the Village. It includes the historic downtown with its antique lighting, historic storefronts, and small businesses with a customer-friendly atmosphere.
Located in the heart of Grayslake, the Grayslake Aquatic Center sits nestled on five and a half acres located near IL Route 83, making it accessible in minutes from surrounding communities. For more information, visit the aquatic center website today!
Grayslake was one of the first communities in the Chicago region to create a comprehensive development plan for trails, bike paths, and sidewalks..
The Grayslake Community Garden is located on the east side of Library Lane across from the Library Lane Senior Residences and Grayslake Public Library. Garden plots are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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