“In the old days, Adlai Stevenson used to come over and ride on that cinder path [now Whippoorwill Farm Preserve]. I remember coming to Deerpath Farm through the woods and ponds that led to a large, open field.” – Lee
Mettawa is dedicated to preserving open lands and low-density residential development. The village maintains trails for pedestrian, bicycle and equestrian usage.
Five forest preserves within the Lake County Forest Preserve District are located within village boundaries.
|Emergencies Call 911 First|
|Fire Protection south of Rt. 60
Lincolnshire Fire Department
|847-634-3121||Fire Protection north of Rt. 60
Libertyville Fire Department
|ComEd Business||877-4-ComEd-1||ComEd Residential||800-Edison-1|
|Lake County Sheriff’s Department||847-549-5200||Village Roads and Trails - Trustee Bill Armstrong||847-867-1949|
|Public Safety Patrol Car||847-404-6272||Village Attorney - Jim Ferolo||312-984-6400|
|Village Engineer - Scott Anderson||847-476-4341||Village Clerk - Cathy Nelson||847-573-1460|
|Village Mayor - Casey Urlacher||847-573-1460||Lake County Emergency Website|