The Village has an Aaa bond rating from Moody’s, which is the highest credit rating available
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Questions about a high/low bill, change of address, meter reading, or starting/stopping service can be made directly to Utility Billing by phone at 847-446-9550.
The Village issues a bill to most residents bimonthly. Commercial and large residential accounts may be billed monthly. Most bills include charges for electricity, water, sewer, and refuse pickup. There are also customer charges which partially pay for the cost to read and maintain the meters, billing the account and covering additional fixed costs in providing services.
Village code requires that any dog over the age of six months living in Winnetka must have a Village license and that the appropriate tag be displayed on its collar or harness. Current registration tags must be displayed by January 1 of each year. The license fee for un-spayed female dogs is $15, for all other dogs it is $10. A rabies vaccination certificate must be presented before a license can be issued. View a guide for renewing licenses online.
The Village of Winnetka requires the purchase of an annual license for vehicles. Application forms for vehicles that were previously registered in Winnetka are mailed to residents in the fall of every year. New residents and residents who acquire new vehicles can obtain license application forms at Village Hall. Vehicle license stickers for the current year must be displayed by January 1. View the online renewal page here. View a guide for online renewals.
The Park District can give you information about the beaches, call the Winnetka Park District at 847-501-2040.
The Winnetka Park District issues these passes. They are located at Elm and Hibbard Street and their phone number is 847-501-2040.
No. Questions about property records should be directed to the New Trier Tax Assessor at 847-446-8200.