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Village Facilities Closed to the Public through April 30

 
Posted on Wednesday April 08, 2020
 
Village Facilities will be closed to the Public through April 30 in response to the Governor's Shelter in Place Executive Order.
 
 The Governor has extended the Stay at Home order that began Saturday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m. through Thursday, April 7.  During that time residents are being asked to stay in their homes to help slow the spread of COVID-19. According to Governor Pritzker's Shelter in Place Executive Order, essential businesses will remain open to provide services that are vital to the lives of Illinoisans. Those businesses include, but are not limited to, groceries, pharmacies, gas stations, certain government offices, and restaurants providing take-out meals. Non-essential businesses should not be open.

As the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) expands, the Village of Round Lake continues to monitor the situation with federal, state and local leaders, and will attempt to keep residents apprised of the most recent information. Below, you will find resources available to help answer questions people may have regarding the Coronavirus.

FAQ Regarding the Executive Order

The Governor’s Office is in the process of collecting and responding to questions regarding the state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. To help facilitate the process, they have created an email address, [email protected], where citizens may send questions, comments and recommendations. The Governor’s staff will then compile all inquiries and respond with answers.

Village Facilities are closed to the Public through April 30. 

Village staff will be available by phone at (847) 546-5400. Residents should use the Village’s online services and the drop box outside of Village Hall or Police/Public Works for payments (utility bills, building permits, parking violations, etc).

Village Service Updates:

  • Village Offices are closed to the public through April 30. Staff will be available during normal office hours to address questions.
  • All exterior building inspections and new/unoccupied inspections will be done. Inspections in occupied buildings will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
  • In house water meter inspections have been suspended through April 30.
  • Public meeting spaces at the Village Hall and Community Room will be unavailable until further notice.
  • Online payments can be made using Visa, Mastercard, Discover or by e-check.
  • Direct Debit Program: is a convenient, FREE service that automatically deducts the amount of your utility bill on the 20th of every month.  
  • 24/7 Drop Box locations at Village Hall and Police/Public Works.
  • Any communication regarding services or other Village concerns may be submitted using the online Request Center.
  • The annual Arbor Day Event has been cancelled.

The Village will continue to assess the situation and will make future accommodations as necessary.  

We urge everyone to follow the guidelines and protocols put forth by public health officials. For more information regarding COVID-19, please visit: Illinois Department of Public Health’s hotline. For health questions about COVID-19, call the hotline at 1-800-889-3931 or email [email protected].

For additional coronavirus updates:

Lake County Coronavirus Updates
CDC Coronavirus Latest Updates

Other links:

Effective Immediately - Waste Management Suspending Bulk Item Pickup 
SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Declaration for Illinois 

Bars and Restaurants
Governor Pritzker has issued an executive order that all bars and restaurants in the state close to dine-in customers beginning March 16, and continuing through March 30. This has been done for your safety in order to limit close gatherings of large numbers of people.  We are very aware of the impact that this will cause both operationally and financially to our local businesses. We will do everything we can to support our businesses during this time.  We urge those who can patronize our businesses through take-out or delivery to continue to do so.

Grocery Stores
Grocery and liquor stores are still open and operational. Food is available and grocers have assured us that supplies continue to be delivered to our stores. Please buy what you need but remember your neighbors and be a good citizen by not over-buying.
We will continue to monitor developments and will keep you informed of any changes. We are always ready to serve you online!
 
Thank you for your continued support. Stay healthy!