This is an interesting graph that was created by the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. The charts show projected hospital resource use based on COVID-19 deaths.
Please stay home and continue to practice social distancing.
Planning a DIY project that requires any type of digging? Remember to contact @JULIE1Call at 811 or online at illinois1call.com at leaset 2 business days before you dig. It’s a free service. #811Day #DigSafeIllinois
Spring is here and the weather is almost allowing us to get in our yards and gardens. The yard waste program from Waste Management begins on April 1st. You can purchase yard stickers from the Village Hall by calling with a credit card or sending a check for the amount of stickers that you need. Someone will either deliver the stickers to you or you can arrange for a time to pick up. Due to COVID-19 the Village Hall is closed to the public so do not come to the Village without calling first.
Waste Management has indicated that the leaf collection is not impacted by coronavirus as this time, however this will be monitored and could change depending on the availability of drivers.
Starting April 15, residents are allowed to burn yard waste. Burning can take place through May 15. Please refer to the Burn Ordinance for rules regarding burning.
The drainage project starts today. If your house is directly affected, the engineer for the village will be going door to door today to answer any questions that you may have regarding the project. The project is expected to take about a week and a half. The engineers will be also be onsite during the construction if any other questions arise.
The Lake County Health Department developed an interactive map to show where COVID-19 cases have been reported in Lake County. Please take into consideration that since testing is not widely available, the data is not necessarily reflective of the actual number of cases. The map does not show the exact number of cases, but displays a range. As of today, our area is <5, which means that there are between 0 & 4 confirmed cases. The Lake County Health Department says that it is safe to assume that every community in Lake County is impacted by COVID-19, so please stay home when possible and practice social distancing when you need to leave your house.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the bulk items collection from Waste Management has been suspended until further notice. Regular garbage service for trash and recycle is not affected at this time. For the most current information from Waste Management, please visit the website.
Mariner’s Cove residents may have noticed JULIE posting flags for digging. The drainage project is ready to begin. The project will replace the existing drainage which will improve the flow of storm water and prevent flooding in the area. Construction will most likely begin on Monday, March 30th. Please be aware that the intersection at Mainsail and Windjammer may be blocked. Signs will be posted and if your home if affected, you will receive a notice from the engineering company. We apologize for any inconvenience.
By now most of you are aware that Illinois has ordered residents to stay home in order to slow the spread of Covid-19. The rules for what you can and cannot do can be a little confusing. (ie. You can go to a public park, but you cannot play on playground equipment) Please read the executive order for the details.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on March 20 ordered state residents to stay home except for essential workers and trips for supplies. The order came as Illinois recorded its fifth death and 585 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker issued a stay-at-home order taking effect 5 p.m., Saturday, March 21, through April 7 for all of Illinois. He said schools are to remain closed until April 7 as well.
The drastic order intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus was issued during a press conference with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. It came as Illinois reported the fifth COVID-19 death was a Cook County woman in her 70s and that the total confirmed cases rose to 585, including 411 in Chicago and Cook County.