LRS, Lakeshore recycling flyer

A flyer was circulated over the last few days introducing the new opportunities that Lisle Township will move to in the near future.

 

Residents are urged to read the flyer and follow up as suggested either by phone or internet

844-633-3577

www.LRSrecycles.com/LisleTownship

 

FAQ’s from our office

Stickers, LRS will have only one sticker that may be used on yard waste or trash instead of the current 2

Stickers, What do I do with my Republic stickers?  Use them up, buy only stickers you will use prior to August 1st.  We are working on a process, TBA

As we get more questions, we will update this page.

 

 

UPDATED 2020 Road Work Bid Documents / Results

UPDATED, Results of Bid Opening

2020 Bid Results Crackfill & Concrete

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Original Documents

2020 Microseal Bid Documents

2020 CRACK-SEALING Bid Documents

2020 Curb Sidewalk Bid Documents

 

If you have any questions, feel free to call 630-968-0047, M-F 8:00 until 3:00

 

 

Agenda, Meeting of the Board of Trustees, May 13, 2020

Virtual Telemeeting 7:30 PM, Wednesday May 13

Agenda link below.  Also information on how to access the meeting on the You Tube Channel 

 

Lisle Township Board Agenda May 13 2020

Support Lisle Township Food Pantry

A lot of people have asked us how they can help families in need right now. Our Food Pantry continues to operate as a ‘drive-thru’ service to our food-insecure residents. If you would like to support the Food Pantry, a monetary donation is the most help right now as we can purchase $8 worth of food for every $1 spent with the Northern Illinois Food Bank.

A resident worked with Friends for Lisle Township (FFLT) – the 501(c)3 that supports the Food Pantry – to set up a GoFundMe to raise funds during the COVID-19 crisis. You can also write checks to Friends for Lisle Township and send them to the Township office and we will make sure they get to FFLT.

https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/donations-for-the-lisle-township-food-pantry 

Yard Waste Collection to Resume / Temporary Changes

Yard Waste Collection to Resume

 

Republic Services has resumed the collection of yard waste in the unincorporated areas of Lisle Township. Yard Waste stickers should be used as usual. Thank you for your understanding during these difficult times.

 

Temporary Changes to Garbage Service

Republic Services is currently unable to collect “White Goods” (also referred to as Bulk Items) or Yard Waste at this time, due to changes related to COVID-19. We will continue to post any updates when these restrictions are lifted or other changes occur.

LIHEAP INFORMATION

LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program)

Until further notice, all LIHEAP appointments for DuPage County residents will take place through DuPage County.

 

Please call 630-407-6500 for an appointment

 

Lisle Township is NOT accepting appointments at this time.

 

Thank You

COVID-19 Scams Alert

Please be alert to scammers taking advantage of people during these difficult times. This COVID-19 Scams Alert is from Tracy Smith of the Naperville Police Department. Ms. Smith is also a liaison officer with the Naperville and Lisle Townships Triad.  Be aware of these scams and help ensure friends and family are aware as well.

COVID-19 SCAM FLYER (1)

 

Join Lisle Township Job Club Virtually

RESUME GROUP:

Woodridge Public Library will be closed through April 5 due to Covid-19 so the Lisle Township Job Club’s Resume Group cannot meet in person. In the interim, I am available to review your resume and other job search materials on an individual basis. Please email me at SarahB@LisleTownship.com to schedule an individual phone appointment (during which we will review your document together online).

LISLE TOWNSHIP JOB CLUB:

Virtual meetings are held Wednesdays at 11 a.m. (at least through April 8 as the Career & Networking Center in Naperville where we usually meet is closed until April 13).

Join us at the following link:

Join via Zoom (Registration Required) – https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMqf-qurjwqBMmMHkQvJ-DoKaZrObBGsQ

You can also join us by clicking on the link provided within the Career & Networking 
Center calendar item:

https://www.careernetworkingcenter.org/calendar/event/1680/2020/04/08/

DURING MEETINGS WE:

  • Provide relevant announcements
  • Participate in structured networking virtually, rather than in person. Please be prepared to provide:
    • Your name
    • Your differentiator/competitive difference
    • Target job titles
    • Target employers
    • A little background on skills and experience
    • Name again
  • Discuss strategies and opportunities for job searching and networking as we manage impacts of the Covid-19 public health crisis on our day-to-day lives
  • Practice and learn how to best participate in video meetings and interviews, which we will see increase during this time

FOR THE BEST EXPERIENCE, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE RECOMMENDATIONS:

  • Sign on early and test the software in case you need to download an application or have trouble connecting and Wi-Fi complications.
  • Ensure that you won’t be interrupted, either by locking the door or by alerting others that you can’t be disturbed (a note on the door of the room as well as the door to the outside may be helpful).
  • Check that your webcam is working. Position camera at eye level, not up your nose. Look into the camera.
  • Check that your audio is working.
  • Close any windows, tabs or applications on your computer that you’re not using.
  • Check your internet connection and make sure you’re not downloading anything in the background.
  • Set your phone to silent.
  • Check that the background behind you is neutral and free from clutter.
  • Adjust the lights in the room. If things appear dark or dim, you may want to bring in an extra desk lamp to brighten the space. Be front-lit not back-lit—don’t sit in front of a window, for example.
  • Be dressed appropriately.
  • Be still. Don’t move around a lot.
  • Smile!

Please let me know if you have any questions at SarahB@LisleTownship.com

For additional support during this time, check out THE MINDFUL JOB SEARCH: COVID-19 EDITION:

https://www.lisletownship.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=519&action=edit

Forward Together, Forward*

Be well,
Sarah Breithaupt
Lisle Township Job Club Facilitator

*With thanks & credit to NIU

Annual Town Meeting Postponed!

The Annual Town Meeting originally scheduled for April 14, 2020 is indefinitely postponed. Governor Pritzker enacted Executive Order 2020-22 this afternoon which states “The provisions of the Township Code, 60 ILCS 1/30-5(a) and 30-5(b), requiring that each township’s annual meeting for calendar year 2020 be held on either April 14, 2020 or April 21,2020 are SUSPENDED through the duration of the Gubernatorial Disaster Proclamation.”

Therefore, Lisle Township is postponing the Annual Town Meeting, and will announce future action on the meeting when the Gubernatorial  Disaster Proclamation has been lifted and we are provided further guidance.

Thank you for your continued understanding during these difficult times.

Budget Ordinances for FY 2021, Town, GA and Highway

Ordinance 2020-2 Town & GA Budget

Road District 2021 Budget Ordinance

 

The above links are the Budget ordinances passed at the March meeting of the Board of Trustees, 2020.