"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


Roselle Snow Removal Shoveling snow and ice onto a public street or right of way is against Village of Roselle code section 18-16. Please avioid shoveling snow into the street. When shoveling snow from driveways, push snow to the right side (facing the street) to minimize the amount of snow pushed back into driveways by snow plows. Please clear the sidewalks of snow, especially for children walking to school. Make sure fire hydrants are visible for firefighters. Roselle Snow Fighting Plan Changes With Salt Shortage A shortage of road salt, uncertainty for future availability of road salt, and cost increases as much as three times more than last year’s prices are forcing local, county, and state agencies to change the way road salting is handled during winter weather events this year. State and county agencies handle most of the main roads running through Roselle, (Lake Street, Gary Avenue, Irving Park Road, Roselle Road, Nerge Road), and the Village is responsible for most of the side streets and residential areas. With safety as a priority, the Village of Roselle will continue plowing operations while using less road salt this winter. While every snow event is different, Public Works crews aim to have all streets and cul-de-sacs cleared of snow within a day after the snow has stopped falling. Crews have already taken “pre-emptive” measures by applying brine (an anti-icing salt solution) to the streets prior to winter weather. The brine application, which leaves parallel rows of white, chalky lines on the pavement, is used to provide additional time before snow and ice begin to build on the pavement. The salt shortage and costs will have an impact on road conditions in Roselle and the surrounding communities this winter. Please exercise caution when driving in snowy and icy conditions. With the exception of Central Avenue, all of the local roads in Roselle have a posted speed limit of 30 MPH or less. Village of Roselle Public Works (630) 980-2020 Call this number to report a problem. Please keep in mind, Public Works crews aim to clear streets within a day after the snow stops falling.