Several vehicles in the area have been targeted. Please don’t keep valuables in your vehicle and lock your car doors.
There will not be a Lakes Committee Meeting on August 31st. Have a wonderful weekend on the water!
Let us know how you are enjoying the lakes. Whether you are swimming, fishing, boating, skiing or just floating, we would love to put your pics on our website. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clarke will be performing a Village wide adult mosquito control application this evening, August 18, 2020, into Wednesday morning, weather conditions permitting.
Have you been cleaning out your basement or garage? Do you have too much for your trash cans? Due to COVID there was no Spring Cleanup Collection Day. There will be a Fall Cleanup Collection Day during the week of September 14th! Put your items to the curb on your regular collection day. Only the driver will be on the truck therefore the items must be able to be handled by one person and cannot weigh more than 50 lbs. If you have any questions, please contact the Village.
Join us at the Village Hall on Monday, August 3, 2020 at 7 p.m. for the Committee Meeting. Please be sure to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
See the agenda for the meeting here.
Zebra mussels were first discovered in the Great Lakes area in the 1980s. They have slowly invaded many of the lakes in Lake County. The mussels can be spread to different lakes from boats, birds and geese, and through the watershed. Zebra mussels can cause damage to the native ecosystems. Most notably in the Village of Third Lake, they attach to boats, piers and anything in the water. Even the dam needs to be periodically cleaned because the zebra mussels can cause a problem with the flow of water.
Thanks to John Sonneberg, Joe Rigalski and a team of students at Grayslake North High School, the Village will be participating in a study monitoring zebra mussels. On July 30th Monitoring devices will be attached to the no-wake buoys in Third Lake. On Druce Lake, the devices will be attached to the piers belonging to some residents. Please do not tamper with the devices so we can get an accurate reading of the zebra mussels. This is not a treatment for zebra mussels at this time. We are hoping that the information received from the study will help us understand the situation and determine if treatment is possible in the future.
Join us at the Village Hall on July 27th at 7:00 p.m. for the Lakes Committee Meeting. Please remember to wear a face mask and keep 6 ft social distancing.
See the Agenda here.