News & Announcements

June Announcements

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

The Village of Hainesville’s Mayor, Trustees and Staff would like to thank Deputy Clerk Roseann Stark for her 143/4 years of service!  Roseann will be retiring as of June 16th, 2022 and will be sorely missed by us all.  Roseann has worn many different hats as the Deputy Clerk.  Most residents would know Ro through her working with them and processing their building permits. So, to our residents that have worked with her through the years feel free to drop her a farewell note at

JUNE 24TH ELECTION – This year’s voting place for Hainesville residents will be at Prairieview School at 103 E. Belvidere. For early voting information click here.


HAINESVILLE SHREDDING EVENT WILL BE JULY 23RD FROM 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. KISSED BY FIRE FOOD TRUCK will be at the Hainesville Shredding Event. More information will be coming.

VILLAGE WIDE GARAGE SALE – Hainesville Village-wide garage sale will take place July 28th through July 31st. For further information please contact Trustee Georgeann Duberstein at 847-548-9249 or email 

FOOD TRUCK THURSDAY – More information will be coming. Village of Hainesville will have Food Trucks weekly in our parking lot from 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.!  Our Village Calendar and our Facebook page have the listing for the Savory and Dessert trucks for each week.  Join our “Hainesville Food Trucks” Facebook page.  Hope to see you on Thursdays!

Hainesville Projects Updates

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

This space will be used to provide the Village residents with a running list/log of ongoing projects.
Mayor Gerry Daley

Public Works Well
3/2/22–The Board has approved the development of a new well at a cost of approximately $738,000.  The design and permitting of this well will take approximately 1 year.  We are investigating applying for appropriate grants to help fund this project, along with the possibility of borrowing some funds and using some of our internal reserves.  The well should be completed and operational within 2 years.


Lift Station Repair
The Village’s two lift station collect and then pump waste water to either the Fox Lake or Gurnee Water Treatment Facility.  The lift stations are approximately 30 years old and have only had minor repairs done.  The Village spent $10,000 in 2021 to have the lift stations evaluated.  The outcome is that they need approximately $1 million in work.  Bids will be open on April 14th with work scheduled to begin in early June.

Road Repaving
30/22–We will be repaving in the Union Square neighborhood including Haines, Patriot, and Tower roads.  Bids will be opened on April 14th.

Wells 1 & 3 Evaluation
3/30/22–As we did with the lift stations last summer, we have budgeted $10,000 to evaluate the condition of our two existing wells.  This evaluation includes all of the pumping equipment, treatment equipment, controllers, building and the well shaft itself.  Additional money has been budgeted for potential repairs.

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