• slide

News & Information


If you are currently or were experiencing any one of the following flood scenarios with your well you are eligible to receive a Free water sample analysis (coliform/nitrate screen):

1. If your well is currently submerged under flood waters. You should wait for flood waters to recede before collecting a water sample. First flush the well and plumbing by running a hose (not to septic system) for an hour or more until clear. Then the well and plumbing should be disinfected by a licensed well contractor prior to water sample collection.

2. If your well is not submerged, you should flush the well and plumbing by running a hose (not to septic system) for an hour or more until clear. Then collect a water sample.

3. If you are unsure the well was submerged, first flush the well and plumbing by running a hose (not to septic system) for an hour or more until clear. Then collect a water sample.

As a precaution do not drink or cook with your well water until you have lab analysis confirming no detects for total coliform bacteria or E. coli. You should assume your well water is contaminated if any one of these above conditions exist. You can use retail bottled water for cooking and drinking needs in the meantime. If the initial water sample is unsatisfactory we will allow one free retest for total coliform. If there are any questions, please contact the Lake County Health Department at 847-377-8020.


Barrington 220 School District is looking for Substitute Teachers, Bus Drivers and Before and After School Program (KEEP) workers. KEEP workers needed include High School Students as well as adults. Informational flyers for Substitute teachers can be found here; Bus Driver applications can be found here, and After School Keep info flyers for adults can be found here, and for high school students here.

Watch Out For Rabid Bats And Animals, For more information click on the link.


Recycling Opportunities!

Shoes and Boots

We now collect and recycle unwearable athletic shoes at our Village Hall. We also collect other styles of used — but wearable — shoes and boots and donate them to charity. For more information, contact the Village Hall, 847-381-6000.

Flower Vases

Don't know what to do with all those unwanted vases in your cabinet? Please save and drop off any style flower vase to be used for flower arrangement donations to local health care and nursing home facilities The charity organization "Random Acts of Flowers" will arrange and deliver lovely floral arrangements to help cheer residents using your old vases. Drop off is accepted at our Prairie Land's Lake Barrington office (21988 N. Pepper Road, Lake Barrington, Illinois - office hours 8-5 M-F, Saturday 8-12) at regular hours (please bring into office).... Please wrap all vases in bubble wrap or news paper for transport. Medium size vases up to (13 inches) glass, plastic, ceramic, and metal are accepted. Thank you making a difference in someone's life! Prairieland will have a EVENT kick off on Tuesday June 27th please come out and drop off any unwanted vases

Volunteers Needed!

Consider joining the Parks and Recreation Commission, Plan Commission or Environment & Health Commission. To sign up contact us at info@northbarrington.org *Application for Volunteer Position

Garbage & Recycling

garbage-recycling-img.jpgGarbage & Recycling
Garbage & recycling
information (including electronics, compact fluorescent bulbs and prescriptions drugs) can be found here.


conservation-img.jpgConservation Info
Best Management Practices Handbook, Conservation at Home programs including Rain Gardens can be found here.

Utility Information

utility-info-img.jpgUtility Information: Electrical Aggregation information can be found here. For opt out information, click here. At the bottom of the page is an opt out link.

Septic and Well info can be found here.

©2017 Village of North Barrington • login

Website: Myriad Creative Services