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    Halloween Trick-or-Treating Guidelines

    Trick-or-treat hours will be from 2 PM until 6 PM on October 31. Read on...
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    Leaf Collection: October 18-November 29

    The Village’s annual curbside leaf collection program will run from October 18 until November 29, 2021. Residents may rake their leaves to the parkway just inside the edge of the curb for collection by the Village. Read on...
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    Pumpkin Composting Event on November 3

    In a continuing effort to expand environmental initiatives, the Village of Winnetka is hosting a one-day pumpkin collection/composting event: residents can drop pumpkins off at 1390 Willow Road from 9 AM to 1 PM on Wednesday, November 3. Read on...
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    Please Walk Bikes in Business Districts

    In order to make our business districts safer for everyone, the Village has partnered with School District 36 to ask bicycle riders to walk their bikes on sidewalks in the business districts. Read on...
  5. Downtown Winnetka with holiday lights

    Small Business Saturday: November 27

    Support local businesses and shop local on Small Business Saturday on Saturday, November 27 from 10 AM - 4 PM. Read on...
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    Fall Message from the Chief of Police

    Some reminders as we begin the school year, as well as trick-or-treat hours for 2021. Read on...
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    Donor Bricks Available for Pickup

    Following the completion of the Downtown Streetscape project in the East Elm business district, donor/memorial paver bricks that were removed from the intersection of Lincoln and Elm streets can be picked up at the Public Works Yards at 1390 Willow Road. Read on...
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    Winnetka Farmers’ Market

    The Winnetka Farmers' Market is open every Saturday from 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM in the south parking lot adjacent to Village Hall. Read on...
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    Electric Department Performing Line Clearance (Tree Trimming)

    The pruning of trees near overhead utility lines is important for public safety and reliable electric utility service, as trees are a leading cause of power outages. Read on...