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Based on images captured by the automated traffic enforcement system, your vehicle was determined to have been used to commit a violation of the red light at the intersection of Touhy Avenue and Lincoln Avenue.
To view the images and video data, log on to Violation Info and enter the Violation Number and Personal Identification Number (PIN) located at the right of your Notice of Violation. If you do not have access to the internet at home, computers are available, at no cost, at the Lincolnwood Public Library.
If you live in Lincolnwood, you may have your appeal heard at an Administrative Hearing. Administrative Hearings are on the fourth Thursday of each month, at the Lincolnwood Village Hall, 6900 N. Lincoln Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL. A Hearing Request Form is included with the Notice of Violation. If you do not live in Lincolnwood, you may complete the attached Non-Resident Contes (PDF) by Mail form. Each completed form will be reviewed by the Administrative Hearing Officer.
The Village of Lincolnwood takes traffic safety very seriously. The fine is $100 for each violation
Violation of the Village Automated Traffic Enforcement System is a civil matter and is treated like a parking citation. The violation is not reported to the Illinois Secretary of State.
The Village allows complaints to be submitted anonymously. However, this can make it difficult for code enforcement staff to seek additional information about a complaint and to provide you with status updates regarding efforts to gain compliance.
It is preferred that contact information be provided with a complaint for the reasons noted above. The Village's policy is not to disclose the identity of a complainant to a violating property owner. However, it is important to note that a complainant's identity can become known through a request for documentation regarding a case through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Potential code violations can be reported in a number of ways:
Once a complaint is received, the code enforcement staff will investigate the complaint, determine what code violations exist (if any), and work with the violating property owner to gain compliance.
A Violation Notice is issued if code enforcement staff observes or is made aware of a potential code violation. The notice should indicate the nature of the potential violation and the staff contact person. Cooperating with code enforcement staff is the best way to determine if there is a violation, and what needs to be done to gain compliance.
The goal of code enforcement is to ensure that all properties are maintained and operated at an appropriate standard, as established by the Village Code. When properties are not maintained at an appropriate standard, it can have a detrimental impact on the quality of life of neighboring residents and businesses, property values, and the community’s overall character
To see if you need a permit for an upcoming project, please view our required permit lists for commercial or residential projects.
Permits Required List - Commercial
Permits Required List - Residential
If all proper documentation has been submitted at the time of application submittal it will take 7-10 business days for a general building permit.
Email the Community Development email address, email@example.com.
• 2015 ICC International Building Code
• 2015 ICC International Existing Building Code
• 2015 ICC International Residential Code
• Illinois Code, Current Edition
• 2015 ICC International Fire Code
• 2018 NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code
• 2014 NFPA 70 National Electrical Code
• 2018 NFPA 101 Life Safety Code
• 2015 ICC International Mechanical Code
• 2015 ICC International Property Maintenance Code
• 2015 ICC International Fuel Gas Code
• 2015 ICC International Energy Conservation Code
• 2015 ICC Energy Conservation Code
• Illinois Plumbing Code, Current Edition
• Elevator Code, Office of the State Fire Marshall
The Village may have historical documents on your property. However, the best way to get a Plat of Survey is to hire a private surveyor.
Please complete an Application for Certificate of Payment for the Sale of a Property. The application is available online and at the Finance Department in Village Hall, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please come in person to the Finance Department in Village Hall, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Water bills can be paid online, by mail to the Village of Lincolnwood, Finance Department, 6900 N. Lincoln Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL 60712, at the drop box outside of Village Hall, and in person in Finance Department at Village Hall.
Parking tickets can be paid online, by mail to the Village of Lincolnwood, Finance Department, 6900 N. Lincoln Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL 60712, at drop box outside of Village Hall, and in person in Finance Department at Village Hall.
Please contact the Finance Department at (847) 673-1540.
Monday through Friday: 7:00 am to 6:00 ppmSaturday: 7:00 am to NoonSunday: Construction prohibited
Short-term rentals (i.e. Air B n B, VRBO, etc.) are permitted, but property can only be rented as a short-term rental one time per calendar year. (Any stay less than 30 days is considered one short-term rental.)
Absolutely! If space is available, residents and pass holders are welcome to register for a time slot online or in-person after it has begun. As a reminder, at this time everyone is limited to one open swim time slot visit per day.
Our team understands that summer plans and arrangements can change. Please reach out to our team to let us know if there are questions that we can answer to help you determine how to proceed with your summer aquatic center pass. Season pass refunds may be requested and processed up until the aquatic center opens for the season on May 29, 2021.
Absolutely! If space is available, residents and pass holders are welcome to register for a time slot online or in-person after it has already started. As a reminder, at this time everyone is limited to one open swim time slot visit per day.
Absolutely! If space is available, residents and pass holders are welcome to register for a time slot online or in-person while outside of the aquatic center. As a reminder, at this time everyone is limited to one open swim time slot visit per day.
No, once you have reserved or purchased your time slot it is your time. You are welcome to come whenever you would like during the time slot. Your spot will never be given away unless you have canceled the reservation. Please view the cancellation and refund policies included in FAQ 8.
Masks are not required while in the water.
Masks will be required in the following locations and when six-foot physical distancing cannot be achieved:
Vaccinated guests will be required to wear masks in all required areas. Per the Center for Disease Control (CDC) all vaccinated individuals should continue to use precautions when in public.
Visitors will check in at the Aquatic Center guest services desk when they arrive. Masks are required when approaching and entering the Aquatic Center. All staff and incoming visitors will have their temperature checked and will complete a pre-entry health screening questionnaire (link to questions coming soon). On busier days, there may be separate lines for pre-registered visitors and visitors who plan to reserve or purchase a time slot at the door.
Please bring your season pass with you when you come to the Aquatic Center. Staff will have a list of registered visitors per time slots. If you are a guest and do not have a season pass, please plan to bring a form of ID to indicate if you are a Lincolnwood resident. If a form of ID is not available, the non-resident guest time slot visit fee will be charged.
Yes, the concession stand will be open for the 2021 summer season. The Parks and Recreation Department is excited to welcome Freddies Inc. to the Aquatic Center this summer season! We are looking forward to an all new and delicious menu!
Snack and beverages (other than water) may be packed in a lunch-sized, soft-sided cooler and are allowed in the concession area only. Bulk, commercially packaged, or delivered foods are not allowed in the Aquatic Center. They may be consumed outside of the Aquatic Center, at picnic tables located near the Aquatic Center in Proesel Park.
The Aquatic Center will remain open during rain if it is safe to do so. The Aquatic Center needs to be closed due to inclement weather in the first half of the time slot, all individuals that paid the time slot visit fee will receive a full refund to their household account. The household credit can be used for another time slot purchase or program registration in the future. If the Aquatic Center is closed in the second half of the reserved time slot, refunds will not be provided.
Yes, all Aquatic Center features will be open during open swim time slots.
All high touch areas will be disinfected, such as the lockers rooms, concession area counters and tables, deck chairs, and pool stair and ladder railings.
Two, 50-meter lap lanes will be available on a first-come, first-served basis during all open swim time slots.
Weather closures will be posted on the Parks and Recreation Department page. Guests are welcome to call the aquatic center at 847-673-6870 for facility closure updates and information.
Yes, locker rooms will be open. Masks are required at all times while in the locker rooms with the exception of in the shower stalls while showering.
Deck chairs will be available for all visitors. Chairs will be set up in groups of two, four, and six chairs, and will be safely spread out around the pool deck. All chairs will be cleaned between time slots.
Swimmers are welcome to bring their own lap swim and aquatic fitness equipment. There will be some equipment available for swimmer use. All equipment will be wiped down and cleaned between use.
Several options where considered when planning for the 2021 summer season. Overall policy decisions such as the sale of resident and non-resident season passes, as well as potential benefits and impacts of various options were thoroughly assessed over the past several months by the Parks and Recreation Department, the Parks and Recreation Board, and the Village Board. A determination on how to proceed was made with great consideration for the average number of community members that typically visit the pool on a daily basis compared to the availability of time slots, common practices and guidelines during the pandemic, and the impact of various pass type sales on the overall facility operation.
The Parks and Recreation Department greatly appreciates the continued support of residents as these plans have been developed. We are also grateful to the many families who consider our parks, camps, and aquatic center an extension of their community during the summer months. Our team is excited to serve the community through the provision of recreational swim opportunities this summer.
Season pass and time slot visit fees directly support the operation of the Aquatic Center. They help to maintain a safe, supervised, clean, and welcoming aquatic environment. The combination of pandemic-related safety/cleaning processes, the way in which the facility is designed, and the supplies needed to ensure well-maintained water does not allow for a significant decrease in staffing or supply expenses associated with operating the Aquatic Center.
Yes, but be sure to make sure that the other person knows that you have picked up their packet to avoid confusion. See our packet pickup schedule.
Yes, this can be a real time saver, but please let us know you'd like to do this a couple of days ahead of time to give us the time to put your order together.
While we make every effort to order enough shirts so that everyone receives their preferred size, the earlier you pick up your race packet, the better the chance that you'll get the size you prefer.
You may be able to swap out your shirt for a different size the week following the race at our office, depending on the sizes we have left. Since we order shirts based on the sizes people have registered for, we can't guarantee that we'll have the size you're looking for, but we'll do our best.
Runners and walkers will receive their Turkey Trot finisher medal when they cross the finish line. Medals will only be given to those who finish their event.
No, like the United States Postal Service (USPS) we go on rain or shine (or freezing temps). Per our policy, we do not allow refunds.
If lightning or severe weather is imminent before or during the event, all persons shall seek shelter either in their vehicles, the community center, or the fire department. Once inside shelter, emergency personnel will communicate further instructions.
Please check the forecast and dress warmly. We highly suggest multiple layers, hats, gloves and a neck gaiter.
Yes, you can safely check your gear in the Gear Check Tent.
Yes, you are welcome to stop at the BP station on Pratt & Cicero on the 10K course the race.
As soon as they're in, race results will be posted on the Turkey Trot web page.
We do not give out medals on race day. Race winners, based on chip-time, will be contacted after the race to let them know how they can receive their medal. The overall male and female winners of each race, based on gun-time, will be announced after the race.
Yes, you can run or walk with a baby jogger or stroller as long as you start at the back of the pack.
Yes, you can operate a wheelchair or push another registered racer in a wheelchair as long as you start at the back of the pack. The Turkey Trot does not currently have a racing wheelchair division. Please contact the race director at 847-677-9740 or email the Parks and Recreation Department if you are interested in developing this division.
For safety reasons, bicycles, skates, scooters, and other wheeled personal vehicles (other than wheel chairs) are not allowed on the racing course.
No, for safety reasons, we can't allow animals on the course. Please leave your pets (including turkeys) at home.
Absolutely! Dressing up is definitely a fun part of this race. Participants are HIGHLY encouraged to dress up. Of course, you're not limited to turkeys - we welcome all crazy outfits.
Please call us at 847-677-9740 or email the race director.
Plowing generally begins when snow becomes more than two-inches deep and when freezing temperatures indicate that no melting will occur. If there is a light snowfall and the afternoon sun is melting the fallen snow, it will be left to Mother Nature to remove the snow.
Parking is prohibited along Pratt Avenue when two inches or more of snow accumulates. Cars parked on Pratt Avenue will be ticketed and towed. See additional alternate side parking restrictions above. Receive notifications when alternate side parking is in effect by signing up.
Salting is necessary to prevent melting snow from turning to ice. Once ice forms and becomes bonded to the pavement, it is very difficult to remove. Salting is typically done when the snow depth is one inch or less or if an icing condition occurs. Salting begins once the snow subsides and the salt will have time to take effect. The Public Works Department strives to use salt wisely and judiciously during any snow removal effort. Snow removal conditions will be rated using the following system:
Main streets, bridges, parking lots, and other hazardous areas mentioned by the Police Department or resident complaints must be salted. The whole town will be salted only in the case of freezing rain.
Main streets, bridges, parking lots, and other hazardous areas mentioned by the Police Department or resident complaints will be salted. The whole town will be salted only in the case of freezing rain.
Main streets, bridges, and hazardous areas will be salted. Intersections will be salted after the snow stops, depending on weather conditions.
Snow that accumulates across the side road at the street corner needs to be pushed back onto the corner. This is done to properly clear the street radius and allow cars to turn. The snowplow driver typically pushes snow back onto the corner in the direction the truck is traveling. This is why a particular corner may get more snow on it than another. It is not practical to require that the large snowplow truck attempt to maneuver around the intersection to equally distribute snow on opposite corners. This is difficult to accomplish and is also time-consuming during significant snowstorms.
Snow piled at the street corner is of particular concern where there may be school bus stops. If there is an accumulation of snow at the corner of a bus stop, children may have to move up the street in order to board the school bus. Please instruct children not to climb on the piles that have accumulated at the corners. If a snow pile on a particular corner becomes a sight distance problem at a particular intersection, please call the Public Works Department and the snow can be removed as time permits.
There are many miles of streets within the Village. Typically, the large snowplow on each route will concentrate on the major streets within each particular subdivision. Once the collector streets have been plowed, the large truck will move to the secondary streets within each subdivision. Public Works keeps route layouts logical and efficient to save fuel and salt.
Typically, dead end streets are easiest to clear and take about 10 minutes each to complete. Cul-de-sacs with the center islands take approximately 20 minutes to be cleared. Finally, cul-de-sacs that do not have islands in the center are the most time consuming, usually taking approximately 30 minutes to plow. Another factor that affects the plow's arrival in your specific area has to do with equipment failures or breakdowns. If a truck is out of service for any period of time, it adversely affects snow removal within your area.
Public Works makes every effort to reduce the potential for breakdowns; however, breakdowns still occur. It should take each truck approximately four to five hours to pass through their entire route once. If the snow is a heavy, sustained storm, the truck may have to make many passes in an effort to keep roads passable.
The Village does not maintain any roads that fall under the jurisdiction of another agency. Lincoln Avenue, Cicero Avenue, Touhy Avenue, Devon Avenue, and McCormick Avenue are maintained by the Illinois Department of Transportation. Crawford Avenue is maintained by Cook County.
Unfortunately, this is one of the consequences of owning a home in northern Illinois. Despite popular opinion, crews do not place snow in driveways on purpose. There is no practical way for the snow plow operator to cut off the windrow of snow when crossing a driveway. This problem is especially acute in cul-de-sacs because this is a very confined space. Cul-de-sacs require that all of the snow that is on the roadway within that confined space be placed along the outside of the circle. The problem is compounded by the fact that each homeowner then must clear their driveway, which places large piles on the corners of the drives.
In a cul-de-sac, it is extremely difficult to have the truck push snow onto a center island. Trucks are not built to be articulated into an angle that would allow placing a portion of the snow on the island, and centrifugal force causes the snow to move off of the plow toward the outside of the circle. Public Work's goal in clearing all streets is to maintain as much of the normal pavement width as possible, while at the same time, allowing acceptable access to the mailboxes by the postal carriers.
One thing you can do to reduce the amount of snow that is plowed in front of your driveway is to place as much of the snow as possible to the right side of your drive, as you face the street. This reduces the chance of snow previously removed from the driveway being pushed back onto your drive. This suggestion, however, may not work in cul-de-sacs that have driveway openings placed close together.
One major problem that works against snow removal operations is people shoveling or blowing snow back onto the street after it has been plowed and salted. Snow that has been deposited onto the street could refreeze and cause a hazardous condition for you or your neighbors. Please place the snow that you shovel off of your driveway and sidewalk onto the adjacent parkway and not back onto the street. When it starts to snow, park your vehicle off of the street. This protects the car from being splashed with slush and salt, prevents the car from being plowed in, or from receiving a ticket and being towed. Check that your mailbox and post are in good repair and that they are behind the curb, not leaning out over the street. If there is a fire hydrant in front of your home, please try to clear the snow around the hydrant. It is there for your protection and that of your neighbors. If you have any questions regarding our snow removal efforts, please call the Public Works at 847-675-0888. If a snow-related emergency occurs after 4:30 pm, you can call the non-emergency Police Department number at 847-673-2167.