Mayor Linda Lucassen

Bryan Newsom

Commissioner of Building & Zoning

(847) 546-2790

BNewsom@rlpil.com


Weeds or plant growth, in all zoning districts, shall not exceed (8) inches. All noxious weeds are prohibited.

Sample of Property Maintenance Code Violations 

Alice Hernandez-Templin

Neighborhood Services

Director

(847) 546-2790

atemplin@rlpil.com


Weeds

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Snow Removal Requirements 

If you would like to report a maintenance violation on a property within the Village of Round Lake Park, please complete and submit a SERVICE REQUEST, or call the Building Department at (847) 546-2790. All of our property maintenance violations are dealt with on an anonymous basis, but we encourage complainants to include their contact information so we can provide follow-up and status information as it becomes available. 


The person occupying the ground floor of any building, the user of any lot without a structure thereon, and the owner of any vacant building or other premises shall remove the snow and ice accumulating on the abutting sidewalks within 24 hours after any snowfall has ceased. If snow or ice cannot be removed, the surface shall be sanded or otherwise treated to lessen the hazard for pedestrians until the climate permits removal.


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The Village of Round Lake Park implements and enforces the 2009 INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE. 


This proactive approach has taken to inspect neighborhoods and individual residential and commercial properties to bring them in compliance with the Village Code requirements for property maintenance and zoning regulations. This program ensures residents have a safe environment, while also maintaining property values. Copies of the Property Maintenance Code are available for viewing at Village Hall for public review.

You may be in violation if your property exhibits one or more of the following conditions/violations: (The following list is not comprehensive of all possible property maintenance code violations)

  • Failure to remove snow within the specified timeframe

  • Weeds

  • Accumulation of trash

  • Inoperable or unregistered vehicles stored on private property

  • Broken windows

  • Graffiti

  • Loose siding and/or fascia

  • Fences/gates in disrepair

  • Peeling exterior paint on primary and/or accessory structures

  • Illegal parking of recreational vehicles


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Our knowledgeable and dedicated staff is committed to serving you. Should you have questions or concerns relating to the Property Maintainance or Code Enforcement, feel free to contact the Building Department to assist you with your concern. 


Property Maintenance Code