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Trick or treat

Participating homeowners are encouraged to leave an outside light on to let children know they are welcome to visit.  Motorists - please drive carefully and observe the rules of the road.

Remember that this is a day of fun. Damaging property is a crime and the police will be called if damage to property occurs. 

Follow these easy tips to keep children safe:

  • Always go trick or treating accompanied by an adult.

  • Stick to the designated trick or treat time and area.

  • Plan a safe route so you know where your children are at all times. Set a time for their return home. If your child goes out with just friends, make sure he or she has a cell phone.

  • Stay together as a group if going out without an adult. Be sure to let your parents know who you are with and where you are going.

  • Stay in well-lit, populated areas and do not wander off by yourself.

  • Do not eat any treats until they can be examined at home by an adult.

  • Never enter a home, back or side yard of a stranger or get into a stranger’s car. Call 911 or go to a neighbor’s house for help.

  • Carry a flashlight, glow stick or have reflective tape on costumes to make them more visible to cars.

  • Avoid masks, they can limit vision; use make-up if you can. If they must wear a mask, make sure they have clear vision and remove the mask when crossing the street.


According to the Illinois State Police Sex Offenders list, there are 488 registered sex offenders in Kane County, IL.

As Halloween approaches, parents want to make sure their children are safe. Many have a habit of checking the information and maps that now are available online to find out the addresses of registered sex offenders in order to avoid trick-or-treating at those locations.

Click here for links to registries



Kane County will offer its first-ever pumpkin-recycling event this year to help reduce waste.

“Jack-o’-lanterns, pumpkins and decorative squashes are highly compostable,” Kane County Recycling Coordinator Jennifer Jarland said. “And it is a real shame to just send them to a landfill, when the nutrients they contain could instead be returned to soil that will grow more healthy food!”

Jack-O’-Lantern Recycling Event
  • When: 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 5
  • Where: Pushing the Envelope Farm, 1700 Averill Road in Geneva.
  • What: Kane County will be accepting pumpkins and squashes for composting right on a farm! It is very important to keep it contaminant-free; just like food scrap composting.
  • Cost: Free to residents of Kane County.
What’s not recycled? Anything attached to or inside the Jack-o’-lantern — candles, yarn hair, stickers, googly eyes, plastic ears or plastic of any kind — cannot be recycled. Only the jack-o’-lanterns themselves can be composted! Click here for more information.
Road work

Kane County Department of Transportation

October Update

Assistant Director of Transportation Steve Coffinbargar said good progress has been made in the past month over a number of important upgrades and improvements, ranging from Longmeadow Parkway to Kane County’s first roundabout to the Hampshire Creek Bridge replacement.

Burlington Road will continue to be closed to traffic between Dittman Road and Plato Road
due to a delay in roadway lighting materials. The intersection improvement includes construction of a new roundabout.  Please click here for additional information on the Rounabout. Construction work hours will be from 7:00 am till 5:00 pm Monday thru Saturday through the end of November 2016, weather permitting.

Kane County is also seeking your input on transportation priorities throughout Kane County as part of its 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan. You can weigh in by taking an interactive, mobile-friendly online survey. Click here for more information and take their transportation survey.

early Vote

Early Voting Locations
Opened this week

Kane County Clerk Jack Cunningham told Kane County Public Service Committee members on Aug. 18, 2016 that he strongly recommends citizens vote early in the November presidential election.

Early voting is now available at multiple locations throughout Kane County. Click here for a list of locations that are offering early voting.

Village of Campton Hills
Trustee Election

Three seats on the Village of Campton Hills Board will be up for election on February 28, 2017.  Individuals interested in running for a seat on the Board can pick up petitions and forms at Village Hall, 40W270 LaFox Road, Ste. B, Campton Hills, IL  between the hours of 9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM, Monday – Friday.

The Village Board consists of seven individuals who are elected by the community to represent the community’s best interests. The charge of the Board is to set policies that will guide the Village. Board members serve a four-year term and compensation is set by Village Code.

KC Recycles



Don't wait for a Kane County Recycling event to recycle your electronics. You can take them to any location listed below. No longer do you have to hold to them in a corner. No more waiting in the line to dispose of your electronic items. Click here to see the recycling events page. 

Upcoming Events

November 12 - Kane County Recycling Event 8am - noon

November 19 - Wasco Nursery Holiday Decorating Seminar - Deck Your Halls, Doors & Everywhere. 10-11am; or 1-2pm. Register for this FREE event at the Upcoming Events page of our website,

December 1 - Wasco Nursery Holiday Open House – 5:00 – 7:00 pm

December 2 - Holiday in the Hills - 6:00-9:00 pm. LaFox Road and Campton Crossings Drive.

December 3 - Christmas with Santa and Mrs. Claus at Wasco Nursery from 1-4pm

December 7 - Coffee with a Cop - McDonalds: 40W255 Route 64 from 8:30am - 10:30am - Complimentary coffee

December 10 - Christmas with Santa and Mrs. Claus at Wasco Nursery from 1-4pm

Featured Business of the Month
Envision Woodworking Logo

Envision Woodworking, Inc.

Darrell Griffin started this Campton Hills business in 2015.

Darrell creates custom wood furniture and accessories designed to build creativity and fun into your home.

For more information about Envision Woodworking, please click here to visit his website. To stay connected and see Darrell’s latest projects, like Envision Woodworking on Facebook at

Boards & Committees Meetings

Upcoming Village Meetings

Village Board Meeting - November 1, 2016 - 7:00pm

Public Works - November 2, 2016, 7:00pm

Village Board Meeting - November 15, 2016 - 7:00pm

Water Resources Committee - November 15, 2016, 7:00pm

Community Relations Committee - November 16, 2016 7:00pm

Economic Development - November 16, 12:30pm

Plan Commission - November 28, 2016, 7:00pm

Visit the Village's website at 
for meeting details and cancellations.

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