The event will be held on Saturday at Barbara Key Park.
Barbara Key Park
Monday, September 24, 2012
Sunday, September 23, 2012
The playground equipment at the park will be replaced.
A fire that destroyed playground equipment remains under investigation with the Lake in the Hills Fire Department. The blaze was reported at 9:24 p.m. on Aug. 2 at Barbara Key Park, 9191 Pyott Road. When the Lake in the Hills Police Department arrived at the scene, they found the playground equipment on fire, said Detective Pat Boulden of the LITH Police Department. The blaze remains under investigation as the police department is currently trying to determine if an accelerant was used to start the fire, Boulden said. "We have items sent to the state lab and we are waiting for that evidence to come back," Boulden said. Meanwhile, the village of Lake in the Hills has received a check from the Intergoverment Risk Management Agency for $…
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Lake in the Hills residents can provide feedback to the village through its resident satisfaction survey as well as a parks and recreation department survey.
The village of Lake in the Hills is currently looking for the public's feedback on its services and programs through its resident satisfaction survey. In addition,the village of Lake in the Hills Parks and Recreation Department is also seeking input on LITH parks through its parks and recreation department survey. The resident satisfication survey is meant to gauge the quality of services in the village to see "whether the village is successfully meeting the expectations of its residents," according to a village of LITH press release. The survey asks residents to sound off on the quality of their neighborhood from how safe they feel in their neighborhood to the quality of maintenance of their streets and sidewalks. The survey also …
Monday, August 6, 2012
The Lake in the Hills Police Department is investigating the blaze.
The Lake in the Hills Police Department was called to Barbara Key Park, 9341 Pyott Road, at 9:22 p.m. on Aug. 2 for a report of playground equipment on fire. The fire's origin was unknown, and the blaze remained under investigation, according to a Aug. 4 Northwest Herald article. As of Monday afternoon, the playground equipment was closed off to the public. Police tape lined the perimeter of the play area.