D-Tales May-June 2018


Keep an eye out for the May-June 2018 edition of D-Tales in your mailbox! The newsletter is also available online here

This edition features articles on the Deerfield Area Historical Society's 50th anniversary event, the coal tar pavement sealant ban, Family Days and more. 

Street Rehabilitation Project 2018

Street Rehab

Work is currently underway for the 2018 Street Rehabilitation Project and is anticipated to be complete by Thanksgiving. The contract includes the reconstruction/ rehabilitation of thirteen streets within the Village. All are invited to attend the project-related public meeting that will be held on Wednesday, May 9 at 7:00 p.m. at Deerfield Village Hall.

The following roads are associated with this year’s project: Bentley Ct.; Bristol Dr.; Byron Ct. north of Longfellow Ave.; Central Ave. from Castlewood Ln. to Wilmot Rd.; Crabtree Ln. north of Greenwood Ave.; Elmwood Ave. west of Stratford Rd.; Estate Dr. west of Pfingsten Rd.; Kenmore Ave. from Gordon Ter. to Country Ln.; Meadow Ln. west of Stratford Rd.; Osterman Ave. west of Jonquil Ter.; Oxford Rd. from Deerfield Rd. to Warwick Rd.; Riverside Dr.; Somerset Ave. from Forest Ave. to Oakley Ave; and Windsor Ct.

Those affected by the project will receive a notification letter. Project updates will be posted via website blog - view the blog here. You may also subscribe to receive email and/or text message updates about the 2018 Street Rehabilitation Project - Subscribe to receive email notifications about construction here:

  1. Enter your email and/or cell phone number at the top of the page. 
  2. Scroll down to "Blog" 
  3. Find "2018 Street Rehab Project"
  4. Click the envelope icon for email and/or the cell phone icon for text message

Save the Date - Deerfield Area Historical Society Jubilee

Historic Village

Celebrate the Historical Society's 50th Anniversary at their Jubilee event on Sunday, May 20 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Deerfield Historic Village. 

This event will feature tours of the Historic Village, antique appraisals, historic games and activities and food service. 

All funds raised will go toward repairs and improvements to the historic structures, including the oldest building in Lake County, the Caspar Ott log house built in 1837. 

As a non-profit organization, all of the Society’s services, including the maintenance of the Historic Village, are made possible by membership dues and donations. 

This community event is made possible through a partnership between the Deerfield Area Historical Society, the Village of Deerfield, District 109 Schools, the Deerfield Public Library, the Deerfield Park District and the West Deerfield Township.

Get more information here.

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