Village of Deerfield Launches Social Media Accounts

Stay connected with the Village of Deerfield! Staff recently launched various Village social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The purpose of these accounts is to provide information about the Village of Deerfield’s services, events and programs, as well as to present matters of public interest to residents, businesses and visitors.  

We encourage you to submit your questions, comments and concerns so we may better engage with the community. Like and follow us by clicking the following links or by searching “Village of Deerfield” in the various social media platforms.


Fall Leaf Collection Starts October 23, 2017

Leaf Collection

The Village’s annual leaf collection program provides residents with an alternate way to dispose of their leaves. Beginning the week of October 23, 2017, and continuing through November 17, 2017, Public Works crews will make one pass by each house in the Village each week during the program. Residents may simply rake leaves to the curb or carriage walk line the night before their scheduled pickup so Village crews may use vacuum hose machines to collect the foliage. View the Village's informational video to see the machines in use.

Leaves should be raked in piles no greater than 5' in width and should never be placed in the street as they may clog storm inlets. Please do not put out leaves more than one day prior to your scheduled pickup day. If you have landscapers, please direct them to abide by the Village's leaf collection guidelines. 

Get more information and the leaf collection schedule map here

Village of Deerfield Trick-or-Treat Hours


The Village of Deerfield will have Trick-or-Treat hours on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 from 3:30-7 p.m. 

As a reminder, help Deerfield-area children stay safe this Halloween by making sure they are accompanied by adults, looking both ways before crossing the street and wearing bright-colored or reflective costumes in the dark. For more Halloween safety tips, visit the National Safety Council's website

Fall Safety Tip: Wear Reflective Clothing After Dark

Reflective Clothing
With the season of fall upon us, the sun is setting sooner and it is staying darker longer.

If you are walking, jogging, taking out your pets or biking after dark, remember to wear reflective clothing or blinking lights to notify drivers of your presence.

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