Jingle Fest 2022 is Almost Here!!

Join us for Jingle Fest 2022, kicking it off with the Lighted Tractor Parade the evening of November 25th, and a free event on November 26th, from 9am until 1pm, where you can enjoy 40 crafters and vendors, pictures with Santa, Kid’s crafts, and tasty treats from Eastland student organizations’ fundraisers.

Help the Celebrate Lanark Committee kick off this Christmas season with the annual Lighted Tractor Parade the evening of November 25. Last year’s entrants were a hilarious and varied lot; we hope this year’s participants are just as creative. Entrants can begin lining up along Boyd Street at 6 pm; the parade will commence at 6:30 pm. Parade participants will travel north on N. Boyd St., turn left onto W. Leland St. and go west to N. Burns St., where they will drive south to finish at the Ag Center. The City Park Board will preside over the lighting of the Christmas Tree and offer free hot chocolate and cookies.

The next day, the Eastland Jr/Sr High School building, at 500 School Drive in Lanark IL, will host everything from holiday décor and stocking stuffers to quilts and homemade gifts. Santa will be available for photos from 10 am to 12 pm; kiddies can create their own ornaments while they wait. The Eastland Yearbook committee will sell BBQ, hot dogs, chips and drinks; the Junior Class of 2024 will sell cheesecake with choice of topping, cinnamon rolls, coffee, espresso and hot chocolate; and the Cheerleaders will sell Dippin’ Dots and offer face-painting. For more information, visit Celebrate Lanark on Facebook.

Jingle Fest 2022 is sponsored by the Celebrate Lanark Committee.

For more information contact:

Denise Krysiak, Coordinator
Celebrate Lanark Committee
(815) 238-4763
504 W. IL Rte. 64, Lanark, IL 61046

PLEASE READ! Lead Water Service Line Replacement Program

The City of Lanark Public Works Utility is working to develop a program that will replace ALL publicly and Privately-owned lead water service lines that are connected to the public water system in the City of Lanark. We are working with the Illinois EPA with the goal of receiving grant funding that will cover all private homeowner’s costs to replace their lead service line with a new plastic line into the home.

We are required to verify residential water service line materials throughout the City over the next few months. To complete these verifications, we are asking all residents to help us by completing an inspection of their home plumbing and filling out a short survey.

Here is the link to the survey–>LEAD WATERLINE SURVEY

As an aid to filling out the survey, please look at the pictures and information HERE to help you identify your water line material.

If you are unable to perform the inspection and survey for any reason, please call Jason at 815-493-6832 between 7am and 6pm Monday thru Friday to set up a home site appointment for a free inspection of the water line material.

Inoperable Vehicle Enforcement Notice

Notice to all owners of inoperable/unlicensed vehicles in the City of Lanark:

After a relaxation period due to COVID-19 restrictions and financial impacts, it has been determined that reinstating enforcement of many of our City Codes and Ordinances that have been set-aside is now required. Vehicles that are not currently registered (Expired Sticker) will be tagged, owners notified, and if the vehicle is not removed or the registration brought current, it will be towed at the owner’s expense. There may also be an associated fine imposed upon the owner as well.

So, *please* get your vehicle registrations up to date and remove any vehicles that are inoperative from your property, or place them inside a garage. Simply moving them into your yard does not satisfy the requirements of the Ordinance. Any questions, please call the Police Department at 815.493.6931

Thank you!