Non-Emergency Village Offices Closed for New Year's Holiday, Garbage Collection Delayed

Non-Emergency Village offices will be closed on Monday, January 1, in observance New Year's Day. Regular hours will resume on the following Tuesday.

Garbage collection will be delayed by one day the weeks of Christmas and New Year's. 

Happy new year! 

Happy New Year

Parkway Tree Trimming to Start January 2

Tree Trimming

The Village of Deerfield Public Works Department is responsible for trimming parkway trees for traffic clearance purposes, to preserve the tree’s health and appearance and to prevent possible damage to human life and property. 

On January 2, the northeast quadrant is scheduled to be trimmed. Deerfield is divided into quadrants with Deerfield Road as the north/south divider and Waukegan Road the east/west divider. 

Trimming work is scheduled for the dormant season to avoid unnecessary damage or trauma to the tree. Trimming is done in accordance with professional standards and may include cutting lower limbs for clearance and thinning of the crown.

Waste Management Tree Collection
Tree Collection

Waste Management will pick up trees and other organic holiday decorations during the first two collections in January. All bags, metal and other decorations must be removed. 

Per Village ordinance, refuse and recycling carts can be set out as early as sundown the day before collection and no later than 7 a.m. the day of collection. Collection on Waukegan and Deerfield Roads must be out no later than 6:30 a.m. on the scheduled collection day.

Save the Date: Give Where You Live Deerfield - Martin Luther King Jr. Day


The Village of Deerfield invites everyone to participate in a “Day of Service” on Monday, January 15, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Village Hall from noon-2 p.m.

Volunteers will participate in a variety of service projects appropriate for all ages including making care packages for the homeless, collecting and sorting food and related items, making chemo care packages for cancer patients and writing letters and cards of encouragement.

Everyone can help, starting now through January 15, by donating:
- Non-perishable food
- Toiletries & travel-size hygiene products
- Socks & warm clothing
- Water bottles
- Gift cards
- Lip balm
- Silk or fleece pillow cases
- Unscented wet wipes
- Hand sanitizer
- Caffeine-free tea

Collection boxes can be found in the Village Hall lobby and the Deerfield Police lobby at 850 Waukegan Road. The collection box in the Police Department is accessible for donations at all hours.

The beneficiaries will be PADS, the West Deerfield Food Pantry and local cancer centers.

If you have any questions, please contact Mary Anne Glowacz, Communications Director PD Deerfield, at 847.794.7501 or

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