A pair of bald eagles soars overhead as cars move swiftly across the Rock River bridge in Roscoe. Nearby, the local restaurants offer their unique brand of dining flair to customers of all ages. Up and down its main streets, bicyclists and pedestrians make their way through town on a growing network of recreation paths that connects other familiar towns, far and wide. Roscoe’s schools too are known for instilling passion, creativity, self confidence and success in the community’s next generation. These are just some of the unique offerings and facts that have prompted nearly 11,000 residents to call Roscoe home. From its popular schools to its growing industry, its economic opportunities to its safe neighborhoods, Roscoe, Illinois is fast making an unforgettable name for itself. Located near interstate 90 providing easy access to Milwaukee, Madison, Chicago and Rockford. Roscoe is the place for your business, your family and your home. Why not check it out for yourself. Parades, street dances, festivals and a good variety of youth sports opportunities await.
Roscoe, Illinois: To live it is to love it Roscoe has reached a population of 10,785 residents, located over a 13.4 sq. mile area.
OPEN BURNING in the Village of Roscoe is permitted 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week.
BURNING RULES: The burning must be attended to at all times by a responsible party or property owner until the burning material and any smoke or ash is completely extinguished. Care should be taken that the burning/smoke does not create a visibility hazard for roadways.
For further burning definitions, exemptions, and regulations please click here to read Fire Prevention and Protection from the Village of Roscoe Code of Ordinances.
For those of you OUTSIDE OF THE VILLAGE OF ROSCOE (in Roscoe Township) burning is permitted from April 15th thru May 15th only on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am – 7pm.
ADVANCED DISPOSAL Waste Collection
YARD WASTE: The last day for yard waste collection will be November 30th for residents with Advanced Disposal trash service.
HOLIDAY TRASH SCHEDULE: If your trash pick up day falls on or after a holiday, your pick up will be delayed by one day. The holidays are New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
All meetings, unless otherwise posted, take place at Roscoe Village Hall. All meetings are open to public, and public comment is welcomed and encouraged.