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Last updated 10/16/2019 at 2:24pm



Green Village Program - Gluten Free Cooking

The 2019 Green Village Series continues on Monday, October 14, at 7 p.m., at the Plainfield Library. Join Mary Krystinak, owner of Mary’s Wholesome Living, and let’s get cooking. Bring your apron and make muffins using whole grain gluten free baking mix in this hands-on class. Limited to Plainfield cardholders. Register online. The Green Village Series is a partnership between the Plainfield Library and the Village to provide the community with environmentally-friendly programs.

Plainsman Terrace Road Closure

Daytime road closures will be required on South Plainsman Circle beginning Tuesday, October 8 to complete storm sewer installation. The daytime road closures are anticipated through the week of October 14. The roadway will be opened to traffic at the end of each day.

Curb & Sidewalk Program

The 2019 Curb and Sidewalk replacement program is underway. Concrete saw cutting has started and concrete removal and replacement will follow. The limits of concrete curb and sidewalk scheduled for replacement have been marked with pink paint. Please mark any underground sprinkler and invisible fence systems to minimize the potential for damage.

Operation Care Package

The Plainfield American Legion is hosting a donation drive to benefit Operation Care Package (OCP). This holiday season, OCP will mail thousands of care packages to deployed service members. Donations can be dropped off at the American Legion, Village Hall, or Plainfield Library throughout the month of October.

Spooktacular

Visit Downtown Plainfield on Saturday, October 26 for the annual Spooktacular event. There will be trick-or-treating in Downtown Plainfield from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. followed by lots of Halloween fun at the C.W. Avery YMCA from 12:30-3:30 p.m. For a complete list of activities, visit plainfieldchamber.com.

TRIAD Meeting

The Plainfield Senior TRIAD will meet on Monday, October 28, at 10:30 a.m., at American House Cedarlake, 14800 S. Van Dyke Road. This month’s program will focus on Fire Safety. For more information, please contact Officer Brett Keag at (815) 267-7207.

Trick-or-Treat!

Trick-or-Treat hours will be 4-8 p.m. on Thursday, October 31. Have a safe and happy Halloween!

Street Improvement Program Updates

This project includes the removal and replacement of selected areas of concrete sidewalk, installation of new sidewalk, curb and gutter removal and replacement, drainage improvements, pavement grinding, resurfacing, and pavement striping in several neighborhoods.

-Heritage Meadows: All concrete and asphalt pavement work has all been completed. Pavement markings and new traffic signs are scheduled to be installed in the coming weeks. Parkway trees are scheduled to be planted at select locations after October 1st.

-Liberty Grove: Concrete, asphalt pavement, and pavement marking work has all been completed. New traffic signs have been installed and parkway trees are scheduled to be planted at select locations after October 1st.

-Whispering Creek: Concrete, asphalt pavement, and pavement marking have been completed. New traffic signs have been installed and parkway trees are scheduled to be planted at select locations after October 1st.

-Village Center Drive: All concrete and asphalt pavement work has been completed. Pavement markings and new traffic signs are scheduled to be installed in the coming weeks.

-Plainsman Terrace: Storm sewer work is underway. Concrete work and street lighting will follow the storm sewer. The limits of concrete curb and sidewalk that require removal and replacement have been marked with pink paint. Additional details regarding schedule will be provided in the future.

If residents have any questions or concerns regarding this work, please call Public Works at (815) 436-3577.

Village Green Project Update

Project Information: Construcess. Please note: trees, stumps, dirt, stones, pavers, mulch, and sod are not accepted as yard waste.

The last day for yard waste pickup is Monday, November 25 for residents with Monday pickup; Wednesday, November 27 for residents with Wednesday pickup; and Friday, November 29 (due to the holiday) for residents with Thursday pickup. Yard waste collection will resume in April 2020.

Leaves are considered yard waste and are not an exception to the final yard waste collection date. They must be packaged in brown Kraft bags or yard waste carts. Uncontained leaves will not be collected.

Please do not rake or blow leaves into the street. This can cause the storm grates to be covered and result in flooding.

Calling All Homeowners Associations

If you are a member of a Homeowners Association Board (HOA) or a management company that represents a local HOA, please e-mail the Village your contact information (name, address, phone number, e-mail address, subdivision, and Board position). That way, we can provide information regarding work that is scheduled to occur in your subdivision.

 

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