Is there a way to recognize our troops coming home from overseas?
In November of 2007, the Villages of Vernon Hills and Libertyville started a new initiative to ensure veterans returning home from service overseas are welcomed home and recognized for their honorable duty. The program, named “Operation Welcome Home,” is an extension of the Blue Line For The Front Line effort, in which both towns have supported specific units deployed overseas and helped Veterans in need since 2003. Residents with a service member returning home may register for the program by contacting the Vernon Hills Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit at (847) 247-4889.

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1. What utility companies service Vernon Hills?
2. Who do I contact about my water and sewer service?
3. How do I get high speed internet cable?
4. Who is my trash hauler and how do I get rid of yard waste?
5. Do I need a vehicle sticker?
6. Do I need to register my pets?
7. Are there any parking restrictions I should know about?
8. Do I need a permit for any home improvements I have planned?
9. Where can I dispose of old electronics and household chemicals?
10. What township do I live in?
11. How do I pay for Metra Parking?
12. Where do I register to vote and what precinct am I in?
13. How do I stop solicitors from bothering me?
14. How do I get rid of the wild animal living under my porch?
15. Where can I find a notary?
16. How do I get a passport?
17. Is there an email system I can sign up for where I can find out what's going on?
18. What special events does the Village sponsor?
19. I am in need of financial assistance, who do I call?
20. Is there a way to recognize our troops coming home from overseas?
21. Who do I contact about my mailbox being damaged by a snowplow?