Summer Beach Positions
Looking for a summer job? Enjoy spending time outside? Well, good news! The Kenilworth Beach is currently hiring seasonal lifeguards for the upcoming beach season. The Village is currently offering a $500 End-of-Summer Bonus to lifeguards who complete the entire beach season. For more information on the position and how to apply, click here.
2022 Green Streets Project Phase II - 05/26/2022 UPDATE
Woodstock/Sheridan: Storm sewer will continue on Woodstock from Raleigh to Leicester week of May 31st.
Leicester: Water main continues on Leicester week of May 31st.
Raleigh: Limited access continues at the intersection of Raleigh and Woodstock for the storm sewer installation. Digging of water service pits will take place May 27th. Beginning week of May 31st, contractor will begin installing water service lines from the water main to the buffalo box starting with the east side of Raleigh. On June 2nd, the contractor will switch over to the west side of Raleigh. Lead service lines on Raleigh must be replaced between June 1st-June 10th.
To learn more about Phase II or to view correspondences sent to residents, please visit our Green Streets Project page by clicking here. To view the most current project schedule matrix as of May 18th, please click here.
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2022 Beach Passes
Passes for the 2022 Beach Season are now for sale! The application can be found here and submitted for purchase at Village Hall. Pricing and beach information can be found in the handout following the application. Please stay tuned for any additional beach updates.
Temporary Cell Tower March 4th Update
The temporary cellular monopole located at Roger and Green Bay Road has remained in place much longer than originally anticipated. AT&T and T-Mobile have explained that the delay in installing new equipment in the water tank is primarily due to manufacturing delays for the new equipment. We have been told that the new equipment should be available shortly and we are in the process this week of reviewing design plans for the equipment proposed for inside the water tank. We remain hopeful that the carriers will be able to start work on the water tank this month and remove their temporary equipment shortly thereafter. Please be patient with us while we continue to press for the timely removal of the temporary monopole.
Experiencing Problems with your Mobile Phone Coverage? Please contact your carrier to report the issues you are experiencing. Your trouble reports help them isolate the problem and identify dead spots in their coverage area. The contact numbers are:
AT&T Mobility - 800-288-2020
T-Mobile - 800-937-8997
Verizon - 800-922-0204
Sign-up to Receive Smart911 Alerts Today
The Kenilworth Police Department wants to share with residents the opportunity to register for Smart911, which allows you to provide your first responders with key information in advance of an emergency call. Smart911 is a free opt-in service, and you can provide as much or as little information as you would like.The system has been updated to allow users to notify first responders of potential COVID positive persons in the household. When anyone in your household dials 911 from a landline or cell phone connected to your safety profile, all the information is immediately displayed to the emergency dispatcher. Click Here to Learn More