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Thanksgiving Survival Brief

by The Rullo Team

This Thanksgiving will be different you tell yourself!  You’ve decided on the menu ahead of time, you have your guest list and what everyone is bringing, but no matter how well you plan, something always goes wrong.  So here are ten extra tips to help your Thanksgiving go smoothly.   


Coolers aren’t just for tailgating!

 Everyone knows that refrigerator real estate is precious closer and closer to the feast, and the day of…forget about it!  So, bring out the cooler support.  You can clear your fridge of all of those large jars of pickles and condiments!  You can basically but anything you will not be needing for thanksgiving in your cooler and forget about it until after the big day.  If you live in colder climates you can store the cooler outside, away from all the ruckus of relatives.  The cooler isn’t just for storing space hogging jars of pickles though.  For instance, you could use it to brine your Turkey over night (just make sure there is plenty of ice!)  Or you could use it as a warming drawer…I mean it is insulated right?!  Line it with aluminum foil, add some folded towels and fill it with hot dishes as they come out of the oven.  

*NOTE* Use a little common sense…Don’t melt your cooler!


Pennies…Not just a useless form of currency!

 Pennies make great pie weights!…what’s a pie weight you ask?  Well, let me tell you.  Pie weights prevent your pie crust from rising, leaving you with an awkward bottom to your pie…just put a layer of tinfoil over your crust first, then fill it with pennies, then bake!  Boom, perfectly flat crust!


Aluminum foil!  One of Thanksgiving's MVPs

You can also use it as a Roasting Rack.  The point of a rack is to hold the bird above the pan so heat can circulate evenly, but who says it has to be made of wire?  If you don’t already have a store-bought rack you can make you’re own.  1. Crumple some sheets of foil into thick ropes and wrap them in coils on the bottom of the pan, that’s it.  Or you could go the green route and roast atop a bed of halved carrots, celery and onions.  


Ah the slow cooker.

 The only thing worst than lumpy mashed potatoes on thanksgiving is cold, gluey ones.  Keeping your spuds toasty while using the burners for other dishes is a piece of pie.  Butter your slow cooker, add some heavy cream to the potatoes, set the temp to low and then stir every hour or so.  Your potatoes will stay warm and silky s smooth!


Fat Separator…no not your belt.

The secret to great gravy is skimmed (not greasy) pan droppings.  If you don’t have a fat separator, simply pour your drippings into a large heatproof measuring cup and pop it in the freezer.  The drippings will cool and the fat will rise to the top and solidify, making it super easy to skim off with a spoon!


That thermos isn’t just for coffee.  

Put your gravy into a thermos… let sit until you’re ready to eat!  It’s that easy!


Local Salad Bar as Sous Chef

Ok this tip is going to be controversial, but it can literally save hours off of your prep time.  Go to your local market and pick up ingredients from the salad  bar that are already cleaned and ready to eat; chopped onions, trimmed beans, sliced bell peppers, hardboiled eggs, crumbled bacon…  It will save you a lot of work!…and you don’t have to tell anyone why you look less frantic this year, simply pour yourself a glass of wine and wait for the turkey.


Use your cabinets as cook book stands!

 If your recipes look anything like mine, they are covered in splashes and spills, the letters are barely visible at this point.  It’s a pain to keep flipping back and forth as well. Solution:  Print copies and tape them to your cabinets.  Keep them at eye level around your kitchen.  You’ve just minimized your kitchen clutter and can now  follow directions hands free, take notes on the fly; you could even arrange them in order of your cooking prep!  This is my favorite tip!


Bring that Turkey back from the dead!

Oops, did you over cook the Turkey?  Before glumly handing out the dried out bird  your guests, drizzle a little warm chicken broth over the meat.  It’ll moisten and add flavor.  This also helps for slices that have gone from room temp to cold!  


Deflect your guests

…in a nice way.  A busy kitchen is the worst when your trying to cook 8 things at once in order to eat on time, as to not disappoint your mother in-law.  So, give your guests jobs…outside of the kitchen.  Have a wine table with wine glasses and bottles as well as carafes of water.  Ask them to open the wine, pour the glasses, set the table, hang the coats, heard the kids.  Anything really, as long as they stay out of the kitchen!

 *Special Thanks to the Food Network 

Holiday Homecoming 2015

by The Rullo Team

Holiday Homecoming 2015: St. Charles

Holiday Homecoming 2015 will include visits with Santa, horse-drawn sleigh rides and the electric Christmas parade.

Holiday Homecoming 2015 in St. Charles will kick off the Friday after Thanksgiving and continue through Saturday.

Here is what will be happening over the weekend:

Friday, Nov. 27

Holiday homecoming will kick off at 5 p.m. with the Lighting Lights Ceremony at 1st Street Plaza. Mayor Ray Rogina will lead the ceremony along with performances by the St. Charles North and East High School choirs. Santa Claus and his elves will also make a special appearance at the Santa House.


Saturday, Nov. 28

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY. Residents are encouraged to browse local shops this Saturday.  St. Charles is full of unique shops, the perfect places to find the perfect christmas gift.  

The day begins with a free holiday movie at the Arcada Theater. Elf’ is showing at 10 a.m.


Visit Santa from 1 to 4 p.m.

and then

Take a free horse-drawn carriage ride from 1 to 5 p.m., both take place on the 1st Street Plaza. 

The Electric Christmas Parade on Main Street starts at 5:30 p.m.

Batavia IL Celebration of Lights Festival!

by The Rullo Team







The Batavia Park District along with Batavia MainStreet, the Batavia Chamber of Commerce, the City of Batavia, and the Batavia Police Department....bring you the incredible Annual Celebration of Lights Festival!  Beautiful, colorful lights will once again shine brightly on Friday, November 29th in downtown Batavia, IL as the Batavia Park District kicks off the holidays season.  This annual festival is definitely a holiday tradition for the families of Batavia, and the Fox Valley, and includes fantastic events like the annual Community Sing-a-long, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Story Hour, a Visit with Santa Claus and more!


When: Sunday, November 29, 2015

Where:  Batavia Riverwalk at Houston Street and Island Avenue  

Time:  4:00 - 7:00 pm

Cost:  FREE (Food Prices Vary) * Free Parking North of the Government Center

New to the event this year, an amazing HOLIDAY CRAFT MARKET, being held inside the nearby Batavia Government Center (4-7 pm) showcasing wonderful ideas for your Christmas Gift List, Raffles to Enter and your Gift Purchases can even be wrapped and ready for the holidays courtesy of the Batavia High School Art Boosters!

In order to optimize your time at this wonderful Batavia Festival, here is the Schedule of Events for the Evening:

4:00-7:00 pm-  Holiday Craft Market 

5:30 - 6:00 pm Performance by the Batavia Community Band under the direction of John Heath.

5:30 - 7:00 pmFree hayrides with food or $1 cash donation (proceeds directly benefit the Batavia Food Pantry)

Free roasted chestnuts

Family photo opportunity- main stage of Peg Bond Center

Hot dogs and hot chocolate for sale

5:45 pm Community sing-a-long led by Craig Foltos, Foltos Tonsorial Parlor

6:00 pm - WOO HOO!  Arrival of Santa!

6:15 pm - Welcome by Mayor Schielke & Ceremonial Tree Lighting

6:15 pmSanta's Warming House: Visit Santa at the Peg Bond Center Warming House and receive a treat from Santa (children under 10 while supplies last)

6:15 - 7:00 pmStory Hour hosted by the Batavia Public Library takes place at the Gustafson Research Center, located in the lower level of the Batavia DepotMuseum

Other Special Features of the Celebration of Lights Festival:

  • Holiday Gift Bags - stuffed full of festive surprises (while supplies last)
  • Christmas Tree Lane-Twenty five holiday trees are decorated by local organizations and businesses.

For more information on the Amazing CELEBRATION OF LIGHTS FESTIVAL in Batavia, IL, or other upcoming Batavia Park District events, follow this link:  Batavia Park District

All of us at The Rullo Team LOVE the holiday season! Check back frequently to our BLOG, WEBSITE, and FACEBOOK PAGE for more Holiday Community Events taking place throughout the Fox Valley.

If you're considering a move to the incredible Fox Valley, please give one of our Experienced Team Members a call at 630-513-1771 or visit our website at

Selling Your Fox Valley Home During The Holidays

by The Rullo Team

The holiday season is upon us! November through January is often misconstrued at the worst time to Sell a Home.  Sure, the thought of Selling your Home during the Holidays doesn’t sound like the most wonderful thing on your list, but we're here to tell you that Selling your Home during the holidays DOES HAVE QUITE A FEW ADVANTAGES!  Holiday Home Buyers are usually more serious about buying - and buying now, and there is a lot Less Competition...obviously a HUGE plus! So before you make any definitive decisions, decide if you need to sell now, and if the answer is YES...then COMMIT 100%!  Jump into some holiday apparel, deck the halls and follow these Tips For Selling Your Home During The Holidays

Deck the halls…but don’t get all ‘Elf’ on us, more like Ron Burgundy, “STAY CLASSY…” 

Homes often look their best during the holidays, but make sure you don’t overdo it.  Decorations too large or simply too many can distract Home Buyers.  Keep decorations simple, elegant and free of personal and religious affiliations. You want your potential home buyers to picture themselves living in the home. If you have YOUR personal items, photos, or affiliations filling the home, it's tough for a buyer to picture their things filling that spot.

Hire a Reliable Real Estate Team.
This is one of the Most Important aspects of your Home don't take it lightly! You need a Real Estate Team that will work hard for you and won't vanish during Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's.  Friends and family are good resources for this, chances are they  know someone who has moved recently, or knows a great realtor in town.  Get a recommendation of someone who will go above and beyond to get your HOME SOLD.  Isn’t that what you want?  This will ease your stress and ensure you enjoy the Holidays just as much as last year, when you were not selling a house. Even with a recommendation, make sure you check them out because your Home is your Greatest Investment and you want to put that investment in the hands of the RULLO TEAM!

Seek Motivated Buyers.
Anyone house hunting during the holidays most likely has a good reason for doing so. Work with your Real Estate Team to target buyers on a deadline, including people relocating for jobs in your area, investors on tax deadlinescollege students and staff, and military personnel.

Price to Sell. I know you’ve heard this before…but seriously, Price to Sell!
This is one of the most important any time of the year, and another reason why you need an experienced Real Estate Team on your side. A home needs to be priced for the local market, in addition to the Homes Value, time of year and an experienced, knowledgable team of professionals know exactly where & how to price your home to get Top Dollar....while still selling your home in the shortest amount of time!  An experienced agent also knows that during the holidays that cheerful & loving emotions add to a positive sales process...also resulting in a higher sales price when a home buyer finds the perfect home for them.

Curb Appeal.
Autumn rolls around and the trees start to lose their leaves, so maintaining the exterior of your home becomes even more important, You need to maintain the exterior of your home and keep your yard tidy.  Also remember that bare trees equal a more exposed home, so touch up the paint, make necessary repairs, clean the gutters and make sure your windows sparkle!  This is also another time where elegant decorations can make your home even more inviting.   Keep safety in mind as well; make sure stairs and walkways are free of snow, ice and leaves.

High Quality Real Estate Photos.
It’s well known that most people start their home search online.....over 88%!  This is even more the case when the weather starts to get colder.  No one wants to drive or walk around in the cold, they’d rather sip some hot cocoa and search from the comforts of their a Snuggie on the couch! So making a good first impression on the internet is critical and that means using lots of beautiful high-quality photos of your home. Another reason to find an experienced Real Estate Team. These teams will have a REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHER,. Why is this important? Because a RE Photographer KNOWS HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH HOMES! They know the perfect angles, lighting, natural lighting, walk-ways, showcasing the best & largest angles of the rooms, and more. NOTHING is worse than BAD Real Estate Photos. THEY CAN & WILL lose you home buyers. Finding the right Real Estate Team, who is using the best RE Photographer, is truly so important. The Rullo Team uses ONLY REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHERS & VIDEOGRAPHERS. We know the importance of the best photos and will always go above and beyond to showcase our clients homes the BEST way possible.  

Give a Great Video Presentation.
There will be less foot traffic during the holidays, so presenting a Beautiful Video Tour is key!

Keep your Home cozy!
Your home needs to be comfy cozy and inviting during any Open House or Showing.  Turn up that heat (not too high), or put a fire in the fireplace or wood-burning stove, play some soft music and have a plate of homemade holiday treats on the table!  Encourage buyers to spend more time in your home, giving them even more time to admire and imagine themselves living there!

Don’t be a Scrooge…be the "holiday angel" in disguise!
Ok, so some Mortgage Lenders are the scrooges these days, however,  if you've got the means, consider offering a home loan to a serious buyer. You could get a great return on your investment!

Lastly, Relax — the New Year is around the corner.
Holidays are stressful enough; gifts to buy, dinners to prepare, relatives, and the ultimate Christmas party… just take a deep breath, and a moment to remind yourself that if you decide not to sell this winter…there's always next year, which by now, will only be a few days away! 

For more helpful Home Selling Tips check back on our Blog, and Facebook Page. If you're considering a move to the Fox Valley please give one of our experienced Team Members a call or visit our website at

*Thanks HGTV for offering some helpful tips.

Fall Lawn Care

by The Rullo Team

Get outside and enjoy this beautiful fall weather and have a great looking yard in the spring! 

Below are a couple of things you can do now before the snow flies.



Contrary to popular opinion, fall is the best time of the year for lawn care. Fertilization, weed and thatch control, establishment of new lawns, and renovation of poor quality lawns should be done over the next few weeks.  Now is the time to prepare so that you start next spring with a healthy lawn. 

  • Keep mowing until your lawn stops growing.  Don’t mow too short, if anything, leave it a little bit long.
  • Don’t starve your lawn. If you live in the northern U.S., fertilize one more time around Thanksgiving.
  • Kill broadleaf weeds like dandelions and ground ivy. Time your herbicide application around the first time there is frost in your area or when the temperature dips to at least 40°F overnight.



“When fall is in the air, it’s time to put spring in the ground”.  Autumn is the time to plant spring flowering bulbs.  Bulb experts usually recommend planting bulbs when the nighttime temps drop into the low 50’s or 40’s for two weeks, although you can even plant in December as long as you can still dig


  • Choose a spot where the soil drains well. 
  • Spring-flowering bulbs like sun, but you can plant them under trees that will still be bare when the flowers bloom. 
  • The rule of thumb is the planting hole should be about 3 times the length of the bulb; dig individual holes or a wider hole that can hold a number of bulbs. 
  • Plant them pointy side up

Sure, it is delayed gratification, but the appearance of flowers and a beautiful lawn at the end of a bleak winter will be worth the wait.


  If you are interested in more information about the benefits of home ownership in our area please contact a real estate professional with The Rullo Team.

Veteran's Day

by The Rullo Team

On this Veterans Day, let us remember the tremendous service and sacrifice of our veterans; and let us never forget our national promise to fulfill the sacred obligation  to our veterans and their families, and though there is only one day a year solely dedicated to honoring our veterans, let not a single day pass that we forget the sacrifice these countrymen have made, to protect and defend our freedom and country.  

From the bottom of our hearts and with eternal gratitude; Thank You to all who have served this great nation!  


Veterans Day Events Taking Place In St. Charles

Wednesday, November 11 

St. Charles Official Veterans Day Ceremony

10:30 a.m.  

The city’s annual Veterans Day ceremony will take place at St. Charles Fire Station 1, (112 N. Riverside Ave.) All are welcome. The ceremony will include a reading of the official Veterans Day proclamation, an invocation and a 21-gun salute. 

St. Charles North High School:  Ninth Annual Veterans Celebration Concert. 

 6:30-8:30 p.m. 

255 Red Gate Road, St. Charles

This FREE concert pays tribute to veterans’ service.  Musical selections will feature the music of American composers performed by St. Charles North’s music students. Songs from each branch of the Armed Forces will be played to recognize the veterans present. Space is limited, and past performances have hit capacity. Priority ticketing and seating will be given to veterans. So, to determine whether space is still available, call 331-228-6416

Celebrating Veterans Through Art

Saturday, Nov. 7-Saturday, Nov 14

The St. Charles Arts Council, American Legion Post 342, AMVETS Post 503, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5036, People for the Arts/East High School and St. Charles School District 303 have announced the inaugural Celebration “Celebrating Veterans Through Art event, which features concerts, an art gallery, a public art installation project, veteran interview videos and more. 

Tickets are on sale for a featured event, the Veteran Honor Show, which will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Arcada Theatre (105 E. Main St., St. Charles). The show is part concert and part theater, combining music, videos and the spoken word to tell veterans' stories. It will be preceded by a veterans-only reception at The Office restaurant (201 E. Main St., St. Charles). The reception – paid for by American Legion Post 342, AMVETS Post 503 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5036 – will be free to veterans, who may bring a guest. Reservations for the reception may be made by contacting the St. Charles Arts Council at or 630-443-3794. Space is limited. Tickets for the Arcada event are $10 for general admission and free for veterans with proof of service. They may be bought through the St. Charles Arts Council website by clicking on "donations." 

 ***Those who buy an online ticket should stop by the Arcada box office as they enter the theater to check in*** 

Do you really need to use an experienced Real Estate Team to SELL YOUR HOME?  If you want to Sell your Home quickly and for the most amount of money...we'd suggest using an experienced Real Estate Team. But we'll let you make that decision once you've read these 6 reasons why we think you should: 

1. They Will Always Evaluate Your Property Immediately.

As an experienced Real Estate Team in the Fox Valley, one of the things we are most proud of is being able to evaluate your property quickly. Buying & Selling Homes in the Fox Valley for 20+ years has given us an intimate knowledge of the area and we are always working in the area so we are constantly staying updated on the homes, and neighborhoods. That means we know the comparable properties nearby and understand what simply needs to be done before a home can be put on the market in order for it to garner the BEST possible sales price.


2. They’ll Price the Property Competitively & Appropriately

Pricing the home might seem like a minor part of the selling process, but it is, and can be, the single most important part of the sale itself. We’ve seen plenty of homes priced too high that stay on the market for months, and conversely, we’ve seen homes priced too low that get scooped up quickly but won’t bring in the sellers as much as they deserve. Knowing the market and where to price a home for the seller takes experience and local market knowledge....we have both. 


3. They’ll Already Have a List of Potential Buyers in Mind

We will send notifications to buyers of your listing, and actively match buyers to your home via our state-of-the-art computer programs and client database. We also call within the real estate community to see if they have buyers looking for your type of home. When you've been a Top Real Estate Team in this market as long as we have been, you always have people who are looking to Buy and that is GREAT for your Home Seller because they are already starting their Home Sale with potential Buyers in the "wings" so to speak. 


4. They Can Walk You Through the Selling Process

If you’re Selling Your First Home, or just the first in many years, the selling process may seem a little overwhelming. An experienced Real Estate Team takes the anxiety out of the sale by detailing the process, walking you through the steps and taking care of ALL the details for you! Therefore we ELIMINATE the stress of Selling Your Home.


5. They Will Be Well Informed & Great Communicators When Selling the Home

When showing a home, most Home Sellers won’t be present. Prospective buyers will communicate directly with the Real Estate Team, which is why it is so important that your realtor is experienced, calm and professional. The Best Real Estate Teams will be well informed about your home, the neighbornood, and be able to answer any questions the buyers might have.


6. They’ll be Able to Handle Tough Negotiations

One area that is often missed when people think about hiring a Real Estate Team is "Negotiation". A major bonus of working with an Experienced Real Estate Team when selling your home is having them handle the tough negotiations....and there is almost always a "tough negotiation".  When going back and forth with a buyer, your Real Estate Team should be prepared to handle any situation and respond in the best way that is financially best for you...the Home Seller, without driving away the Home Buyer.  


There is an Art to Selling a Home, it is why experienced Top Real Estate Teams go through the initial training and the years of continued training to be Top in their area.  Don't SELL yourself short!  For many of us our Home is our largest investment, don't let an inexperienced person take charge of something of this magnitude. Rely on the EXPERTS....The Rullo Team.

St. Charles IL & Oswego IL: Best Places To Live In Illinois

by The Rullo Team

Small cities are currently experiencing a growth rate twice that of New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and nearly 10 percent faster than the national rate since 2000.

It's easy to understand the appeal of small towns; closer-communities, less competition in the work place, shorter commutes, not to mention an actual backyard, and from a purely financial standpoint, living in small cities can create a sense of greater wealth due to a lower cost of living. 

 "According to the Economic Policy Institute, a two-parent, two-child family would need to earn $49,114 a year “to secure an adequate but modest living standard” in Morristown, Tenn., compared with $106,493 in Washington. So even with a lighter wallet, a family or soloist can enjoy a comparable, or even better, quality of life for much less in a cozy place like Morristown." -Richie Bernando For WalletHUb

This promoted the personal finance website WalletHub to conduct an in-depth analysis of 2015’s Best & Worst Small Cities in America, in order to identify small cities where Americans enjoy a good quality of life and affordable living costs.  They analyzed and compared 1,268 US Cities with populations between 25,000 and 100,000, based on 22 key metrics like, housing costs, Quality of Schools, Restaurants per capita, and many more.  They then ranked cities to determine the Best and the Worst Cities, and St. Charles and Oswego both made the list of Top 25 Small Towns to Live in Illinois! 


Would you like more information about the terrific town of Oswego, IL? Give us a call or visit our website to learn more about the community and schools. If you'd like to view homes available for sale, please follow this link: Oswego IL Homes for Sale  


If you'd like to learn more about the Fox Valley city of St. Charles, IL we'd be happy to assist you! Give any of our team members a call, visit our website, or follow this link: City of St. Charles, IL  Viewing homes for sale in St. Charles is also very easy: Homes for Sale St. Charles IL    Homes for Sale Kane County.

See the full list of cities/towns here.

Give The Rullo Team a call to find out more of what makes these two towns some of the Best Places to Live in Illinois and schedule a time to visit the St. Charles & Oswego communities.

Upcoming Events for the Fox Valley!

by The Rullo Team


6th Annual Chicago Pet Show  --> November 7 & 8 -- 10am-5pm

Price: $7.00 Adults $7, kids under 18 free with parent. Seniors 65+ free.

Back in its 6th year, The Chicago Pet Show at the Kane County Fairgrounds!  You can meet local rescues, make friends,  and find new ways to help out needy fur balls!

Want to pamper your pet? Check out some of the over 100 hundred food and vendor boutiques offering show specials, but it’s not just shopping, stick around and watch some of the great shows like Jim Nesci’s Cold Blooded Creatures, Mike D’s Magic, and the West Burb Weiner races! 50% of ticket proceeds help benefit local rescues. And, if you save your bracelet you can come back on Sunday with Saturday admission!  For more information visit the Official Chicago Pet Show Website.

Full Schedule


Featured Presenters

Kane County Sportsman's Show --> November 8th -- 7:30am-1:30pm.

A show for the whole family!

With more than 250 Vendors, Attendees can Buy, sell and trade firearms and all related items.  Fishing tackle, military, air guns, muzzle loading, Indian artifacts, swords, gun parts, knives, reloading components, books, Indian jewelry, hunting gear, gun safes, display cases, clothing, etc.

Free parking and only $5.00 admission.  

For more information visit the Official Kane County Sportsman's Website.

Geneva Women's Club Annual Craft Show --> November 7th -- 9:00 am-3:00pm

The Geneva Women's Club is a Non-Profit philanthropic women's organization dedicated to improving the lives of Families in the Fox Valley.  Each year they host a fantastic crafts festival, where proceeds go to helping local charities.  For more info visit the Geneva Women's Club Official Website.

There's so much more to come this holiday season! Make sure to check back to our Blog, Website & Facebook page. If you'd like us to post one of your Organizations Events, please comment on this Blog or post to our Facebook Page. We're always happy to help get your event get more exposure anytime we are able to do so.

*All content is subject to approval by The Rullo Team.

Leaves Are Falling!

by The Rullo Team


2015 Tri-Cities Leaf Collection Schedule   


Be sure to check the 2015 Leaf Collection Maps and Schedules for boundaries, schedules and availability.


St. Charles

Leaves must be on the parkway by 6:30 a.m. on your area’s designated day even though it may take several days to pick up the piles in your specific area.

This program is funded by a portion of the fee collected on the utility bills of eligible homeowners. Check your utility bill or call Utility Billing at 630-377-4426 with questions about your eligibility for this program.




 Residents must place their leaves on the parkway no later than 7:00 A.M. of the day of your scheduled

pickup period. If leaves are placed on the parkway after the collection crews have gone by, they will not

return until the next scheduled pickup date.

Each year, the order in which the zones are collected is alternated to provide equal service to all residents. Collection this year will require approximately 2-3 work days to complete each zone




 Residents are asked to rake leaves to the space in the parkway no farther than 6’ behind curb and not in street by 6 a.m. on the Monday of your scheduled week.

Leaves will be collected in designated areas, rain or shine.  Crews will not return to an area once they have made one pass during the scheduled weeks.

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RE/MAX Great American North
40W160 Campton Crossing Drive
St. Charles IL 60175
Phone: 630-513-1771
Mobile: 630-272-4310
Fax: 630-513-5308