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Grayslake Historical Society
164 Hawley St, Grayslake, IL 60030
Founded in 1976, the Grayslake Historical Society and Museum is dedicated to promoting and preserving the VillageMore of Grayslake's pioneering history.
Grayslake Heritage Center
164 Hawley St, Grayslake, IL 60030

The Grayslake Heritage Center restored and preserved the village’s first Village Hall on Hawley Street, home ofMore the current Grayslake Historical Museum.

It includes 7,600-square-feet of exposition, education, archival and meeting spaces, and provides a community room for public use. These facilities allow the Historical Society to greatly expand its programs, services, and displays in our historic downtown area.

The Village of Grayslake, the Grayslake Historical Society and private donations all made the Heritage Center a reality.

Grayslake Senior Center
50 Library Ln, Grayslake, IL 60030
Seniors over the age of 60 in Grayslake consider themselves fortunate to have a communal facility complete with a diningMore hall, pool tables, card rooms, exercise room and working kitchen. Membership is free for Grayslake residents and $10 per year for non-residents. The village of Grayslake and Catholic charities make this environment one of a kind for both special events and everyday gatherings.
Grayslake Police Department
10 S Seymour Ave, Grayslake, IL 60030
The Grayslake Police Department is a community-focused department that ensures the safety and welfare of local residentsMore and businesses. The department is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), a recognition that fewer than 60 departments statewide have achieved. The 35 officers and six civilian employees aim to respond quickly and effectively to community issues. The department moved into a new, state-of-the-art facility on July 1, 2008. It is attached to the Grayslake Village Hall.