Village News and Information
The Village of Carpentersville, in partnership with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, Metropolitan Planning Council and Metropolitan Mayors' Caucus, is examining present and future housing needs/issues within our community. Citizens are invited to participate in this important planning process.
Village Now Offering Auto-Pay For Water Bills
Is CodeRED, and Why Is It Important To Me?
Be Cautious of Electric Power Solicitors
Eagles Make Home In Old Town Area Of Carpentersville
Information About "Energy Impact Illinois" Program And
Ways To Save On Making Your Home More Energy Effecient
Kane County Healthy Place Coalition offering Radon Test
Carpentersville Housing Channel 2 news segment
Route 25 TIF District Proposal
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Carpentersville Awarded NPELRA 2012 Pacesetter Award
Illinois Premise Alert Program Details
Illinois Premise Alert Program Form
Electric Choice in Illinois
Creating New Designs for Carpentersville
New Electronic Disposal Rules in Effect January 1, 2012
Disposal of Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs....What to do
Have a working refrigerator or freezer to dispose of? Here is a
Want to know about watershed planning efforts and projects intended to
improve water quality in this region and in your neighborhoods?
Odors in Old Town Area...Who to contact
Having a garage sale? Let us know
and we'll post it for you....here's what you do
Program - Not sure if your meter has been replaced?
Carpentersville Wins James Baird Leadership Award
For Labor Negotiations
Retail With a Mission...
is a 40,000 sq. ft retail center that accepts donated home improvement
and building supplies from individuals, retailers, contractors,
distributors and manufacturers and then sells them, at great prices, to
the general public. ReStore's operations generates funds to support the
local home building program of Habitat for Humanity of Northern Fox
Valley, while also reducing the amount of building materials that would
otherwise go to overflowing landfills.
ReStore concept is a win/win situation for all involved. Those that
donate material get tax deductions, the knowledge they are supporting a
worthy cause and that they are helping the environment by keeping tons
of usable building materials from the landfill. Those purchasing the
material are getting quality home improvement supplies at prices that
they otherwise might not be able to afford. And, finally, Habitat is
able to build more homes, strengthen families and improve the community
For a list of items that ReStore accepts, please visit
ReStore: 800 N. State St., Elgin, IL 60123 - 847-742-9905
Help Preserve Our Fox River
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