The LaGrange Police Department announced Monday that it is looking to partner with the community in fighting crime, according to a press release from the City of LaGrange.
LaGrange Animal Services received a $700 donation to be used for 100 microchips, according to a press release from the city.
On Thursday, the LaGrange City Council approved the voting calendar for the 2019 municipal elections, which will see three city council seats on the ballot.
The City of LaGrange is now accepting LaGrange 101 applications for 2019.
For many at the ribbon cutting for The Gables in Hillside on Tuesday, the event was about more than just the eight townhomes a stone’s throw from LaGrange’s only brewpub. It was another step in revitalizing the historic Hillside community.
On Wednesday evening, community partners gathered at the LaGrange Housing Authority to celebrate the ribbon cutting of LaGrange’s first SmartFlower, a ground-mounted solar panel system that tracks the sun and produces solar energy.
On Monday, the City of LaGrange announced that due to space issues at the LaGrange Animal Shelter, fees will be waived on dogs and cats who are fixed, microchipped and current on vaccinations.
The City of LaGrange finalized the sale of its commercial sanitation assets to LaGrange Sanitation Services for $3 million dollars Friday afternoon.
The LaGrange Police Department will be offering fingerprint and vehicle inspection services daily from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.
“The city is very focused on rehabilitating our parks and bringing them back to life. At Jones Street Park, we plan on creating a walking, removing some fencing and improving our basketball courts,” City Manager Meg Kelsey said.