Kildeer Village e-News
April 16, 2015



Dear Residents:

The annual Kildeer Spring Clean Up Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 18th. Since 1994, Kildeer residents have pitched-in to help clean up some of the unsightly debris that accumulates along our roadsides during the winter.


As in past years, each Homeowners Association is asked to encourage its residents to pick up litter along a short stretch of Village roadway near its subdivision. It should not take more than an hour to clean up each stretch of road.


Click here to find a spreadsheet containing subdivision names with corresponding roadway assignments and trash bag collection points. Waste Management trucks will pick up the bags on Wednesday following the Spring Clean Up Day.



I hope you will be part of this year's Spring Clean Up Day and that you will do what you can to encourage your friends and neighbors to join this community beautification effort. Please, grab a pair of gloves and trash bags and help make Kildeer a more beautiful place. Thank you.


This can be a family activity; a good exercise for kids and adults alike.  The collected trash can be left in combined piles on the road side and Waste Management will be picking it up for us that week. 

Should you have any questions or need more information please call Village Hall. 


Not available on April 18th?  Feel free to participate in this effort at anytime on your own.  Thank you! 

Yours truly,

Nandia P. Black

Village President


Parents mark your calendars for this important car seat safety event.  On Saturday, May 20, 2015 from 10am to 2pm. The Lake Zurich Police Department will be hosting a Child Safety Seat Checkpoint at their police station rain or shine. 


Location: Lake Zurich Police Station

200 Mohawk Trail, Lake Zurich 

(847) 719-1690


old sneakers  

Wanted - Old Gym Shoes!


Donate your retired sneaker collection to the Ela Library now through April 29th. 


All shoes collected will be delivered to SWALCO for Nike's annual Recycle A Shoe event. 

Old rubber shoes are recycled into many other useful products. 


Through its partnership with the Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS), BACOG (Barrington Area Council of Government) is pleased to promote a Private Well Class.  This is a free online course that helps homeowners understand and care for their water well.  The program combines a 10-part online class with live, interactive seminar events.  Please visit

The Private Well Class website or email at for more information.  Please
click here to download a flyer for the program. 
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