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Beginning in early February 2019, residents will notice additional fees when paying by credit card/debit card online or in person at City Hall. For years, the City has been absorbing the costs of credit card processing fees, a practice that is no longer e...
On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, the City Council will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers. The meeting agenda will include a resolution approving an employment agreement with Bill Nicklas, who has been selected to serve as the next City...
Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) will continue to collect electronic waste (E-waste) from households through the winter and throughout all of 2019. December’s E-waste collections are scheduled for next week on the 5th, 6th, and 7th.
Today is the last scheduled day for the City’s loose-leaf collection program. Unfortunately, weather conditions hindered the ability of Public Works to collect leaves to the extent residents have become accustomed to.
Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) will extend weekly, curbside yard waste collections through the end of December.
The City of DeKalb's Department of Public Works reminds residents that Seasonal Parking Restrictions begin Saturday, December 1.
The City of DeKalb has many services available to help residents weather the winter months. The below buildings are available as Warming Centers during their normal operational hours.
Due to the severe winter storm and dangerous driving conditions, Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) has cancelled garbage and recycling collections for today. Residential services for DeKalb residents will be postponed by one day, this week.
Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) will conclude citywide, curbside yard waste collections November 30, 2018. The City’s loose-leaf collection program will also continue through November 30. Crews will continue collecting leaves south to north.
The first phase of ComEd’s LED Street Lighting Program in DeKalb is complete. Over 800 ComEd-owned sodium-vapor streetlights have been replaced with LED streetlights.
The Public Works Department will begin the annual leaf collection program on October 29. Residents should rake leaves into a narrow row parallel to the backside of the curb on the parkway, not in the street.
The PRIDE Awards recognize residents, organizations, and/or businesses that have significantly improved the quality of life in DeKalb through projects, activities, or programs emphasizing resource conservation.
On Friday, August 31, 2018, the citywide yard waste sites will close permanently.
On September 1, 2018, Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) becomes the City’s waste hauler for garbage, recyclables, and yard waste. As we prepare for this transition, the City would like to provide a brief overview of upcoming dates and information.
On September 1, 2018, Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS) becomes the City’s exclusive waste hauler for refuse (garbage), recyclables, and yard waste. As the City and LRS prepare to transition, the City would like to review the upcoming services.
Beginning August 1, 2018, MetroNet, Inc. will begin the process of installing a fiber optic network that will bring their high-speed internet, television, and phone service to DeKalb.
In April 2018, the City Council approved a non-exclusive cable televisio...
City of DeKalb staff is hard at work maintaining and updating its website to ensure the best user experience possible for DeKalb citizens. This page will serve as landing page for large website updates and additions. The website update newsflash will incl...Read on...