Got string lights with burnt out bulbs? Too tangled to use? Or lights that just don’t bring holiday joy anymore?
The Will County Land Use Department’s Resource Recovery and Energy Division and Lewis University once again are teaming up to offer an environmentally sound way to get rid of jack-o-lanterns and documents.
An electronics recycling record that stood for 15 years has been broken three times since 2016, most recently twice in as many months.
JOLIET – Will County will continue to offer five electronic recycling sites through intergovernmental agreements approved at the Thursday, Feb. 16, County Board meeting.
Three Will County offices are joining the County’s five permanent residential electronic recycling drop-off sites to give residents opportunities to dispose of unwanted, burned out, or horribly twisted string holiday lights.
It may be almost winter, but the Resource Recovery and Energy Division of the Will County Land Use Department is thinking spring.
Will County’s recycling partner in Lockport will be closed two days in November in observance of Veterans Day and Thanksgiving weekend.
The Warren-Sharpe Community Center of Joliet has entered the Seeds of Change Grant Program and is asking the community to vote for its application.
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Will County Office Building closed on July 4th
Workforce Center of Will County, Kankakee Workforce Center to host job fair July 18 in Peotone
The Workforce Center of Will County and Kankakee Workforce Services will host a job fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Thursday, July 18, at Peotone High School, 605 W. North St.
EMA reminds residents to take care in summer’s heat
With summer’s heat upon us and as heat indexes top 90 and 100, the Will County Emergency Management Agency reminds residents to be cautious in the heat.
County, City to join with Slammers on July 21 to show residents how to hit a home run with water conservation
Will County and the City of Joliet are partnering with the Joliet Slammers to offer a day of baseball and family fun with an emphasis on water conservation on Sunday, July 21.