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14Dec

Lake County Health Department Launches AllVax Portal for COVID-19 Vaccine

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The Lake County Health Department launched an AllVax Portal to allow Lake County residents to register to be notified when a COVID-19 vaccine is available to them. Registering online is easy – just visit AllVax.lakecohealth.org. You can also register over the phone by calling the Lake County Health Department at 847-377-8130. The CDC is helping
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02Aug

Property Assessment Notices Arriving Thursday, August 6, 2020

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The Lake County Chief County Assessment Office is expected to send the 2020 Property Assessment notices to residents on Thursday, August 6, 2020. Review your assessment notice and email our office at info@cubaassessoril.gov if you have any questions. The final day to file an appeal is Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Click here for instructions on
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16Jun

Renewal Applications for Senior Freeze, Disabled Persons and Disabled Veterans Homestead Exemptions Will Not Be Required This Year Due to Pandemic

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Lake County residents who have applied and received the Senior Citizen Freeze Homestead Exemption, the Exemption for Persons with Disabilities, and the Standard Homestead Exemption for Veterans with Disabilities will not be required to re-apply for those exemptions in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents who qualified (and received) the exemptions mentioned above are
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15May

Hart Road to Close Starting May 18

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The Lake County Division of Transportation will be closing Hart Road at US Route 14 in Barrington starting Monday, May 18 at 6 a.m. The road is scheduled to reopen late Monday, August 17. The closure is necessary as part of railroad crossing improvements along with the reconstruction and widening of the intersection of Hart
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13May

Lake County Board Passes Property Tax Deferral Ordinance

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The Lake County Board passed a Property Tax Deferral Ordinance at its May 12 meeting. The ordinance allows taxpayers to spread their property tax payments over four installments, instead of two, without incurring any interest penalties for late payments. The new schedule is listed as follows: 50% of the first installment payment is due by
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