Prentice Southcrest Update

Please click the link below to view the Prentice Southcrest Update of 6/15/2016


Prentice-Southcrest Project

Minutes of the May Board of Trustees Meeting

Minutes May 11, 2016

Minutes of the May Board of Trustees Meeting


DuPage Flood-Proofing Guidebook

Recently released guide book to help residents understand, prepare and care for flooding in our community.
More can be obtained by contacting either the Township Highway Department or the County.

May / June Mosquito Report

Lisle Township- May 2016 Monthly Program Update

Follow the above link for everything you want to know about mosquitos in Lisle Township

June 8th, Meeting of the Trustees Agenda

Agenda June 8, 2016

Highway Department Updates and News

Coming Soon

Prentice Drive – Southcrest Drive Drainage Improvement Project


Prentiss-Southcrest Residents Letter – 5-9-2016

Letter and supporting information on the Prentice Drive – Southcrest Drive Drainage Improvement Project conducted by the Lisle Township Highway Department.

If you have any questions, please call 630-964-0057


Highway Spring and Summer Newsletter

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The above link will provide information on all things Highway.  Including brush pickups and general information.  Always feel free to call the Highway department at 630-964-0057


Ed Young

Latex Paint Recycling

DC – PW Latex Paint Flyer (004)

The flyer linked explains times and locations for DuPage County Latex Disposal/Recycling

Smart 911, From the office of Sheriff Zaruba


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The above link is a letter from the office of Sheriff John E. Zaruba.  It is an informational letter describing the Smart 911 program.  This program allows residents to go online and enter certain information about your household and any special needs that a 911 call may need.

Information such as family members who have vision or hearing impairments.  Suffer from Alzheimer’s, Autism or any condition that will assist first responders react to your special needs.

Furthermore, a count of family members, ages, and even pets may save a life of everyone in the home during a fire.

All information is private.