Just a reminder that Waste Managements annual Spring trash clean up day is THIS WEEK during your scheduled trash day. The cleanup will include all residential household rubbish & small motor vehicle parts drained of all fluids (gas, oil, washer fluid, antifreeze, etc.). Furniture will be collected as long as it is manageable for the driver to pick-up. Carpeting must weigh no more than 50 lbs after it is rolled and taped or tied and also cannot exceed 4ft in length and 2 ft in width. Happy Spring cleaning! Questions? Call Waste Management for details. 1-800-796-9696
Spring hydrant flushing is scheduled for the Mariner’s Cove subdivision between April 12 – 30th. Please keep in mind that you may experience low water pressure and temporary discoloration of your water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water after crews have been flushing in your neighborhood, clear the pipes in your home by running all water faucets for a short period of time.
GET READY TO VOTE ON APRIL 6TH! Third Lake will be voting for Mayor and three Trustee positions on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021. Please make sure you exercise your right and get out to vote! To verifying voter registration and your polling place, please go to www.LakeVoterPower.info
If you’re interested in a paper version of the Voter Information Guide, please stop by the Village Hall during business hours M-F, 8:30AM – 2:30PM.
Due to the weather, Waste Management will not be doing garbage pick up service today. Please treat it as a scheduled holiday pick up one day later. This includes Mariner’s Cove Subdivision as well. Garbage service will be on Saturday for Mariner’s Cove and Wednesday in Sunshine.
With the anticipated snow forecasted….please be aware that there is NO parking on the Village streets.
Village Ordinance No. 11-08-05 states that there is no parking of any vehicle on Village streets at any time within 12 hours after a snowfall of 1 inch or more that has occurred.
This will allow for a more efficient snow removal due to the extended period of time the snow is expected fall.
Calling in a vehicle left on the road overnight during / after a snowfall of 1 inch or more will not excuse you from receiving a violation and parking tickets so please park in your driveway.
As a courtesy to your neighbors, please remember to shovel your sidewalks, around fire hydrants and mailboxes and do NOT snow blow or shovel it back into the streets.
Not complying with these ordinances may result in the issuance of a $25.00 fine.
Our snowplow operators work hard to make the roads you travel on as safe as possible. A plow drivers first run is usually to create a main path on the streets for access in and out of the neighborhoods. After all the roadways have a path they come back to fine tune edges, parking lots, and cul-de-sacs. This may take a day or two depending on the storm so please be patient if there is only a path on your street. For cul-de-sacs the snow is piled into the center for removal at a later day. The use orange markers are helpful, but please do not have an unnecessary amount of them as they limit where the plow driver can dispose of the excess snow. If you notice damage to your mailbox or curbs, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org