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Waste Management will pick up bagged leaves until the first week of December on your designated garbage day (no sticker necessary). The Public Works annual leaf pick up program begins mid October provided enough leaves have fallen to warrant a crew going out, and will run through Friday, November 15 (weather permitting). Please rake your leaves to the back edge of the curb line.
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State-Maintained Roads - Illinois Department of Transportation - 815-722-6652
County-Maintained Roads - Will County Highway Department - 815-727-8476
City-Maintained Roads - Public Works Department - 815-838-0549, option 8
The City of Lockport makes every effort to clear the roads from curb to curb where cars are not parked on the street. In many cases, with wet snow, the snow may damage/remove mailboxes that are set close to the street; this is unavoidable. Mailbox damage complaints will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. If the city is responsible for mailbox damage, call Public Works at 815-838-0549, option 8, to submit a service request. If it is determined by Public Works that the damage is a result of the plow blade coming into direct contact with your mailbox, you will have the following options:
If the parkway tree has been removed due to the Emerald Ash Borer the City is currently allowing residents to add their address to our Parkway Tree Replacement list by calling 815-838-0549 option 8. If the parkway tree was removed but is not an Emerald Ash residents can take advantage of our 50/50 program by submitting a request in our service request system.
For questions regarding JULIE markings in your yard, please contact JULIE directly at 1-800-892-0123
For branches & brush, the following conditions must be met:
Note: Public Works will be offering branch pick up twice per year. In order to participate in this service, branches must be out on the 1st Monday of May for the spring service; or the 1st Monday of October for the fall service. Please note it may take up to 2 weeks for the branches to be picked up during these service times.
All homeowners that have a sprinkler system are required to submit an annual RPZ test report prior to activating their sprinkler system for the season. The RPZ test must be performed by a licensed Cross Connection Control Device Inspector. A list of certified inspectors can be located at ccra4safewater.com under the find an Inspector Tab. All RPZ tests are to be submitted through CCRA Professional Services. No paper reports/tests should be sent to the city. Any questions either email email@example.com or call 630-450-7781.