Highway District's Spring Brush Pick-up Begins May 1, 2017

Brush should be placed on the edge of the road by the Saturday before the scheduled pick-up day in the area:

 Spring Brush Pick-up:

  • Monday, May 1st through Friday, May 5th for north of Rt 64

  • Monday, May 8th through Friday, May 12th for south of Rt 64

  • Monday, May 15th through Friday, May 19th for Campton Hills in Plato

Please make sure your brush conforms to Highway District guidelines for pick-up.

Residents with questions about the brush pick-up may contact the Highway District at 630-365-9300.

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VILLAGE ISSUED PEDDLERS AND SOLICITORS LICENSES 
Solicitors and peddlers are allowed under certain conditions. Click here to view the Ordinance. They are allowed to market and sell products door-to-door in the Village unless a “No Solicitor” sign is posted on the door of the residence or business. Download and print a “No Solicitor” sign. Any general questions regarding the Village's Code relative to peddling and soliciting should be directed to the Police Department non-emergency number at 630-584-0330.
 Date Issued Permit # Issued To Business Permit Expires                  
 June 30, 2016 2016-2  JOHN KOZIAL JUST ENERGY  REVOKED
 May 19, 2016             2016-1 IAN LAKE POINT PEST CONTROL  May 19, 2017
January 20, 2017 
2017-001    
 

DAN HEDGE       
WELLS FARGO ADVISORS
  January 20, 2018  

March 10, 2017  
2017-002
 RILEY WARD 
WEEDMAN LAWN CARE  March 11, 2017
March 10, 2017 
2017-003
 RAY INGRAM
 WEEDMAN LAWN CARE
  March 11, 2017

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Entrusted by its citizens, the Village of Campton Hills is dedicated to delivering municipal services in the most responsive, cost effective and efficient/proficient manner. Campton Hills is committed to upholding high quality of life standards by supporting its school districts, maintaining family values and agriculture traditions, preserving natural resources, encouraging environmental stewardship, supporting passive and active recreational opportunities, honoring rural heritage and generating a strong business foundation for present and future residents and visitors.