The Public Works Department is located at 5402 Swanson Road
Hours of operation 7:00am – 3:30pm, Monday thru Friday
Phone) 815-877-0746  Fax) 815-516-5775

The Public Works Department maintains 67 road miles and rights-of-way, six parks, the buildings housing the Village Hall, Roscoe Police Department and the Maintenance Facility as well as the Public Works vehicles and equipment. Troy Taylor is the Village of Roscoe Public Works Supervisor supervising a staff of six full-time employees, one full-time administrative assistant, and several seasonal part-time employees for the summer and winter months.

When calling Public Works during the above listed business hours and if your call is transferred to voicemail, please follow the prompts on the voice mail system to leave a message for the appropriate person. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.

The snow plowing is done by a fleet of 13 plow trucks and other various snow removal equipment all capable of sanding and salting. Please review our Snow Plowing Policy by clicking here.

Employment Opportunity:

Please call for employment opportunities.

A list of common concerns and requests from Village residents:
   • notification of street signs down, damaged or vandalized

   • potholes
   • requests for dead animal removal from roadways
   • sidewalks, curb & gutter or drainage issues
   • plugged culverts
   • trees that have fallen in the right-of-way
   • broken or vandalized playground equipment

Another Common Concern – Street Light Outages:
Please note that the Village is not responsible for repairing street lights. ComEd maintains the street lights in the Village of Roscoe and should be contacted via their customer service phone number that appears on your electric bill.  Just follow the prompts and choose “Report an Outage”.  From there you can choose to report the street light outage.  You can also report a street light outage via ComEd’s website by clicking here.




What is stormwater?
Stormwater runoff is generated when precipitation from rain and snowmelt events flows over land or impervious surfaces. This runoff can collect pollutants like sediment, oil, grease, and other chemicals as it flows over impervious surfaces in urbanized areas. Polluted stormwater runoff is often transported through Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s), from which it is frequently discharged untreated into local waterbodies.


What is the Clean Water Act?
The objective of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, commonly referred to as the Clean Water Act, is to “restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the nation’s waters.” The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program was established to regulate direct discharges into navigable waters. Industrial facilities, construction sites, and cities and communities in urbanized areas must comply with NPDES requirements.


What does the Clean Water Act mean for the Village?
Stormwater discharges from the Village’s MS4 are covered under General NPDES Permit No. ILR40, the General NPDES Permit for Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems.

Storm Water Management Program
The Village of Roscoe has developed a Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) in an effort to reduce the discharge of pollutants from the Village’s MS4 to the maximum extent practicable in order to protect water quality and satisfy water quality requirements of the NPDES Permit No. IRL40 for discharges from Small MS4’s.

Village’s SWMP


Storm Water Pollution Prevention for Construction Sites
Construction sites within the Village are required to comply with regulations for Erosion and Sediment Control contained within the Village of Roscoe Code of Ordinances. However, the NPDES program also regulates stormwater runoff from construction sites. If your construction project disturbs 1 or more acres of land, you may need NPDES permit coverage. The Village inspects construction sites to ensure compliance with permit regulations, as well as compliance with the site’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). Links are provided below to help you develop your SWPPP, as well as maintain Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practices (BMPs) on-site during construction.


Relevant Information
The following links provide residents with information including ways that you can help improve the quality of storm water runoff in the Village.

After the Storm

Tips for Residents




Contact Us
Do you have questions or concerns? Please contact the Village Officials listed below at the Village of Roscoe Public Works Department at 815-877-0746 or submit a ticket through the Village’s Service Request Center.

Village Engineer, Brandon Boggs

Public Works Supervisor, Troy Taylor


10631 Main Street
Roscoe, IL 61073
Phone: (815) 623-2829
MON – FRI, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday

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