Village Offering New Online Utility Bill Payment System

Pay Online

The Village of Deerfield now accepts the online payment of utility bills at no additional charge to residents! Visit our website homepage and click the "Pay Online" button or visit https://pay.deerfield.il.us (Munis Self Service). 

Use our Munis Self Service website to create a unique user ID and password, register your account and pay your Village utility bills online. Once registered, citizens can link their Village utility account and pay bills online, view previous payments and review consumption history. 

To register, you will need to enter your account number as shown in the top-right corner of your utility bill (Note: You must omit the hyphen when entering your account number). You will also need your customer number as shown in the top-right corner of your utility bill, also called a "customer ID" in the system. 

This service provides the public with a more convenient, easier way to pay. There is no additional charge for online utility bill payment, which accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Note that you cannot set up auto-pay with your credit card, and the Village does not store your credit card information. If you already have auto-pay set up with the Village via your checking account, it will remain unaffected by this new system. 

For full instructions and questions, see the informational video here or watch it below.

Online Bill Pay

Yard Waste Collection Begins April 1

Yard Waste
Landscape and yard waste collection starts the first week of April and runs through December 15.

Residents north of Deerfield Road will have yard waste collected on Tuesdays; those south of Deerfield Road will have collection on Wednesdays.

Yard waste must be placed in a 30-gallon paper bag and placed at the curb with a sticker affixed for collection. A sticker is also required for each bundle of sticks or other yard waste not exceeding 4 feet in length, 30 inches in circumference and 50 pounds in weight. 

The price of landscape waste stickers this year is $2.88. View a list of locations selling yard waste stickers here

Get more information here or contact the Finance Department at 847.945.5000.

Last Chance to Complete Downtown Deerfield Survey

Downtown Deerfield

This Sunday, March 31, is the last day to share your thoughts and opinions with the downtown Deerfield survey! The Village Center Commission (VCC) is asking residents to take 5 minutes and complete the 2019 Village Center Resident Survey. The survey is available online here.

The VCC continues to advance a positive vision for downtown Deerfield and supports the area’s vitality and desirability. In order for the VCC to evaluate and evolve initiatives and programs, they are taking the pulse of the community. 

Once the VCC has compiled the responses, they will be better equipped to design our programs in line with your needs. The survey can be taken online or printed and dropped off at Village Hall. 

April 2 Consolidated Election Information


The Consolidated Election will be held Tuesday, April 2, for election of municipal offices, library trustees, park district commissioners, school board members and more.

The following information and dates will help make the registration and voting process easier. Visit the Lake County Clerk's website for full registration and election information.

Early Voting

Early voting will be available through March 30. Grace period registration is available at all sites. Hours and dates vary at the different locations. Find early voting sites

Note: The West Deerfield Township office (601 Deerfield Road) is serving as an early voting site from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

Primary Election Day Voting

Those choosing to vote on Election Day (April 2) must go to their assigned polling location. Voters can find their polling location by using this Polling Place Locator or
LakeVoterPower.info. Grace period registration will also be available in all precinct voting sites on Election Day and at the County Clerk’s Office in Waukegan. Please call 847.377.2406 for specific hours or questions.

Preview Your Ballot

Voters can preview their personalized ballot before heading to the polls by logging onto LakeVoterPower.info to confirm their registration. Then, voters can print their ballot preview to take into the voting booth as a reference.

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