"What a surprise - no hidden costs! And they were flexible regarding additional service requests. We'd use them again."R.J. Stienstra - Bridge Printing and Promotional Products
"As soon as snow hits the ground, their guys are there. We've been very pleased with the response time."Michelle Trina - Liberman Management
"The service issues we had with other snow removal services have disappeared. My parking lots are cleared, and my tenants are happy."Ryan DApril - DAprile Realty


Inverness Snow Removal The Village’s snow plowing crews stand ready 24/7 to keep the roadways safe for travel. Check out these brief but important snow season reminders: If you haven’t already done so, look around your property and remove all landscaping obstructions such as boulders, stones and tree limbs from the right-of-way. Such items can pose a significant safety hazard for Village snow plowing crews. While crews always do their best to protect lawn areas and mailboxes adjacent to the roadway, we ask you to report any damage caused by snow plows within 24 hours so that we can investigate and make repairs as warranted. Mailboxes are occasionally unintended casualties of the snow season. If a Village snowplow physically strikes a properly installed mailbox while removing snow, the Village’s contractor will make repairs or replace the mailbox with one of a standard design.Mailboxes should be mounted so that the front of the box is a minimum distance of 12” from the edge of pavement or back of curb. According to US Postal regulations, the height of the mailbox should be between 41” and 45” from the road to the bottom of the box. The Village will not replace or repair mailboxes where the damage was caused by heavy snow coming off the plow blade, so we suggest that you examine your mailbox early in the snow season to ensure that it is structurally sound and properly maintained. Call the Village at (847) 358-7740 if you have any questions. Residents are reminded never to shovel or plow snow from the driveway into the street. Snow from driveways that is deposited on the roadways can become compacted and icy, posing a significant danger to both vehicles and pedestrians. We recommend removing snow from your driveway after the plow has made its last pass. Snow plows are designed to push snow to the outside edge of the road, which means the plow will inevitably leave snow at the bottom of your driveway. You can save yourself both time and frustration by waiting to clear the bottom of your driveway until the plow has made its final pass on your street. 8-1-14: DEPOSITING OF SOIL, AGGREGATE, MUD, DIRT, DUST, PLOWED SNOW, DEBRIS AND/OR ANY OTHER SUBSTANCE: Any soil, aggregate, mud, dirt, dust, plowed snow, debris and/or any other substance deposited on any street, road, or highway by any vehicle shall be immediately and substantially removed by the owner and/or operator of the vehicle depositing such soil, aggregate, mud, dirt, dust, plowed snow, debris and/or any other substance and/or by the building permittee, and/or owner of the site or property within the village where such soil, aggregate, mud, dirt, dust, plowed snow, debris and/or any other substance originates, and such parties shall be jointly and severally liable and culpable for such violation if such immediate and substantial removal of any soil, aggregate, mud, dirt, dust, plowed snow, debris and/or any other substance does not occur. (Ord. 2009-889, 7-14-2009)