Experience Loves Park, Illinois
"The City with a Heart"
Loves Park is a flourishing residential, commercial, and industrial community in Northern Illinois.  We have a wide variety of housing options, employment options, and recreational opportunities.  Located 80 miles Northwest of Chicago, Loves Park is situated along the beautiful Rock River and is adjacent to the City of Rockford, Illinois.  Whether you are looking for a state park for camping, boating and fishing, a booming commercial and industrial sector, or a minor league baseball game, Loves Park is a close-knit community that offers it all!

News and Announcements

Rockford Park District Community Engagement Sessions
This is YOUR Rockford Park District! In order to make sure your Rockford Park District is meeting the recreational needs of this and succeeding generations, the District is undergoing a community involved master plan. A master plan will provide a series of recommendations that will help guide investment in District assets, along with decisions regarding obsolete, underutilized, or non-trending parks, facilities, and amenities. A final master plan is expected to be presented to the community in August, 2018. Two Community Engagement Sessions will be held in Loves Park.
Saturday, May 12 | 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Loves Park City Hall, 100 Heart Blvd, Loves Park, IL
Conference Room B

Wednesday, May 16 | 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Loves Park City Hall, 100 Heart Blvd, Loves Park, IL
Conference Room B
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Road Closure
Beginning today, Wednesday, March 14, 2018, the Rock River Water Reclamation District will be closing River Lane between Dale Avenue and Garden Plain Avenue, for sewer repair. The work is expected toe be completed by the end of the day March 28, 2018, weather permitting.
Traffic control measures will be provided and motorists are advised to use caution while driving near the work zone.
If you have any questions concerning this project, please contact the Rock River Water Reclamation District at 815-387-7601 between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
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2018 Electrical Aggregation Information
After a thorough bid process, the City of Loves Park has selected Nordic Energy Services, LLC as the new supplier for the contract term starting on the ComEd reading date in September 2018 for three years and ending in September 2021. 
The existing contracted rate of $.07114 per kwhr with Nordic for the City of Loves Park will continue until September of 2018.  

As an eligible participant, there are two supply options available to you – a Traditional option where the energy is supplied through traditional generation sources and a 100% Renewable option where 100% of your energy comes from renewable energy sources.  All participants will be automatically enrolled in the Traditional program unless you call and request the 100% Renewable or “Green” energy option.  If you do not want to participate in either program, you can choose to opt-out online at wwww.nordicoptout.com or by returning the enclosed form before July 5th, 2018. 
  • The Traditional Power Program is $0.06900 per kWh and is guaranteed until September 2021.
  • The Renewable Power Program is $0.07100 per kWh and is guaranteed until September 2021.To select the Renewable Power program, please call Customer Service at 866-614-6952.
  • There is no enrollment, switching or early termination fee.
  • This is a firm fixed all-inclusive rate.
Letters from the City via Nordic will go out to the residents at the beginning of June to opt out or opt in the Community program.

Residents and small businesses in the City of Loves Park have 3 options:
-Continue with or join the Community Program. 
-Opt out and/or stay on ComEd as the energy provider.  (The ComEd rate which started in       October 2017 and ending in June of 2018 is $.07149 according to the latest rate tariff).
-Select a 3rd party supplier on your own. 
If there are any questions, please contact City of Loves Park officials (815) 654-5030. 
Also, questions may be addressed to Rock River Energy Services at (815) 732-4603. 
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