Welcome and thank you for visiting Cuba Township Road District's new webpage. We have updated it and made it easier to access information. The Cuba Township Road District has existed since the formation of Cuba Township in the mid 1800's. Its purpose has always been to maintain the roadways within the Township. This duty has evolved from maintaining dirt and some gravel roads to today's technologically advanced Road District involved in a multitude of functions and services. This site will provide you with information about the services we offer to you. You will be informed of the current projects as well as upcoming ones. Links to other communities within Cuba Township are included in hopes that you will consider this to be a portal for useful community information. We created special "Resident's Services" Buttons to make it quicker and easier to access the Services we provide to the residents ! Also new to our site is a link to our Facebook Page. Please visit us on our Facebook page, become our friend and chat with us! We hope the information provided in this website will help you get acquainted with our Services and answer any questions you may have about your Road District.

We are also readily available to any resident who has questions or problems with any of our services. If you have any suggestions or ideas, please send them to We want to hear from you! If you would like to see our services in operation or would like to tour the facilities or have any questions whatsoever, please call the Road District at 847-381- 7793.


updated 1.29.19 @10:14 am  NEWS FROM LAKE COUNTY!

January 29, 2019

Lake County Offices to Close Wednesday
 Due to Extreme Cold

Lake County government offices will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 30 due to extremely cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills set to impact Lake County and the surrounding area. Lake County offices are open Tuesday, Jan. 29

Officials will reconvene on Wednesday to evaluate the status of operations for Thursday, Jan. 31. 

“The safety of our residents and employees is our highest priority,” said Interim Lake County Administrator Amy McEwan. “The county will be open for essential services and emergency operations, but other routine matters will have to wait until we reopen.” 

Wind chills between -45° to -55° and temperatures significantly below zero are expected. Temperatures this cold can cause frostbite to exposed skin in as little as five minutes and can cause other life-threatening situations. The decision to close government buildings comes after a careful evaluation of these dangerous conditions. Ultimately, the safety of community members, employees and jurors outweighs the inconvenience of a minor disruption in services. Closing government offices will keep additional people off the road, hopefully easing the burden on emergency responders who will be working around the clock to keep community members safe during this extreme weather event. 


Lake County has put together a web page for residents to access information on warming center locations, the County’s snow plow operations, and safety tips.  
Make sure to follow the National Weather Service for the latest weather updates. In case of an emergency, call 9-1-1.  
Lake County will continue to post updates throughout the week on its Facebook page and website.  



Brooke Hooker
Communications Coordinator

FIREWOOD FRIDAY 1/25 is CANCELLED due to the extreme cold and impending snow this week.  Our first priority is to keep roads safe.

Due to the overwhelming popularity, firewood distribution starts at 7:30am and is available while supply lasts that day.


Visit (Solid Waste Agency of Lake County) or (847.381.9300)

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