This year the Lake County Division of Transportation is celebrating 100 years of service to Lake County.
In this video from LCTV, learn how a transportation system that started as dirt roads has become an impressive network of safe and efficient roadways, intersections, roundabouts and bike paths. Prior to 1913, most of the roads in Illinois were dirt roads and inclement weather made them nearly impossible to navigate. Because of this, a movement arose to "get Illinois out of the mud," according to the Lake County Division of Transportation. At that time, roads within the state of Illinois were the responsibility of the individual townships. Under the Tice Act of 1913, the responsibility for building the road system shifted from the township to the county, under the direction of a county superintendent of highways. LCDOT will be adding …
Bids will be accepted by the Village of Deerfield for the Eleanor Drive and Heather Road infrastructure improvement project until March 15.
Thursday, February 14
NOTICE TO BIDDERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids for the Village of Deerfield Lake Eleanor Drive and Heather Road Infrastructure Improvement Project will be accepted until 11:00 AM on Friday March 15, 2013 at the office of the Village Manager, Village of Deerfield, 850 Waukegan Road, Deerfield, Illinois 60015. It is at this time the bid packages will be opened and publicly read. The proposed project consists of furnishing all labor, materials, equipment and related items necessary to perform the work, within the Village of Deerfield, as specified in the contract documents. The work includes the installation of approximately 2800 linear feet of DI watermain, the installation of 300 linear feet of RCP storm sewer, and the removal …