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Child safety seat inspections. Click here for details

Carbon Monoxide:


Do you know Carbon Monoxide Detectors are required in your home? Visit our Carbon Monoxide Safety page here for more information.

In Home Fire Inspections:


Grayslake Fire Protection District residents are eligible to receive free in home fire safety inspections from our trained and knowledgeable fire prevention bureau. Call 847.223.8960 to schedule yours today. Click here for details.


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Medication and sharps disposal is available at the Grayslake Village Hall, 10 Seymour Avenue in Grayslake, at the "Police Services" entrance just south of the main entrance.



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Outage Alerts

Need to report an outage? Text the word OUT to 26633 (ComEd) and get updates until your power is restored. Visit for more info and to sign up.


 ComEd can keep you up-to-date on our outage restorations. Visit the Storm Center at to get the latest information on outages in the service territory, view our Outage Map, and report an outage.


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poison ivy



Poison ivy is a woody vine that is well-known for its ability to produce urushiol, a skin irritant which for most people will cause an agonizing, itching rash.

Poison ivy grows vigorously throughout much of North America.

It can grow as a shrub up to about 1.2 m (4 ft) tall, as a groundcover 10-25 cm (4-10 in) high, or as a climbing vine on various supports.

Older vines on substantial supports send out lateral branches that may at first be mistaken for tree limbs.

The reaction caused by poison ivy, urushiol-induced contact dermatitis, is an allergic reaction.

For this reason some people do not respond to the "poison" because they simply do not have an allergy to urushiol.

However, sensitivity can develop over time.

For those who are affected by it, it causes a very irritating rash.

If poison ivy is burned and the smoke then inhaled, this rash will appear on the lining of the lungs, causing extreme pain and possibly fatal respiratory difficulty.

If poison ivy is eaten, the digestive tract and airways will be affected, in some cases causing death.

Urushiol oil can remain viable on dead poison ivy plants and other surfaces for up to 5 years and will cause the same effect.

Remember, leaves of three let it be!

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Grayslake Fire Protection District

The Grayslake Fire Protection District services the communities of Grayslake, Wildwood, Gages Lake, Third Lake, Round Lake Park, Round Lake Beach, Highland Lake, Fremont Township and unincorporated Lake County. The Grayslake Fire Protection District covers a total of 25 square miles.

 The Grayslake Fire Protection District services 3 fire stations with the headquarters station located in downtown Grayslake.

Mission Statement

Provide the resources necessary to prepare, prevent, and protect against the unexpected.



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Open Burning
Open burning is prohibited in the Village of Grayslake. In the surrounding areas of the Grayslake Fire Protection District open burning is allowed. Please follow these tips.  (Click Image Right)
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Grayslake Fire Protection District reduces ISO public protection classification rating. (Click Image Right)

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