The following flood services are available to Lisle residents, free of charge:
Floodplain maps and flood protection references are available at Village Hall and at the Lisle Public Library at the Adult Reference desk, Local Government Reference Section
Floodplain information, such as flood map panel, flood zone, and depth of flooding
An Elevation Certificate may be available for your property, especially for buildings built in the floodplain since 1980
Floodplain Determination Letters can be requested for any property within the village
Village staff are available to answer questions concerning floodplain regulations and recommend flood protection measures to reduce the risk of flooding
Drainage System Maintenance
The Village inspects the public drainage system, which includes storm sewers, roadside drainage ditches, bridges, and culverts on Lisle creeks and the East Branch of the DuPage River. Because of the critical role these systems play in preventing flooding, it is extremely important that they function correctly.
Village ordinances strictly forbid dumping or discharging anything other than stormwater into the drainage system. Illegal dumping or discharge is punishable by fines issued through Code Enforcement. Violations should be reported to Village Hall via telephone or email. Residents should void blowing or sweeping grass clippings into the street as this can cause clogging and backups of Village storm sewers.
To report any illegal dumping or discharges into a storm drain, creek, or the river, please call the Village of Lisle Code Enforcement at 630-271-4150 or complete the new online service request form.