With the chance of heavy snow fall this coming weekend, the Village Maintenance Department asks that you please respect the snow routes. Please do not park along the routes in case they have to plow. Please remember that these are tow away zones and the Village has a towing contract for snow routes. Thanks again for making this process as safe and quick as possible.
If Recycling bins are full DO NOT put recycling on the ground. Please come back later. One bin is emptied everyday Monday-Friday.
You can drop your trees off at the Village Building (507 W. Strong St) By the village sign along Strong Street. You can also put your trees outside by the curb and the maintenance department will be by to get them on Monday January 7th 2019.
Now through the weekend (12/20/18-12/24/18) there will be road work on Strong Street near Long Street by the stop sign. The road will not be closed but expect limited access.
The Tolono maintenance department will be out picking up leaves on 12/19/2018
The Boil Order for Cory Street South of Strong Street and Austin Street East of Cory Street has been lifted.
There is a boil order in effect for Cory Street South of Strong Street and Austin Street East of Cory Street.
Per Ameren there will be a scheduled power outage on Wednesday November 21, 2018 at 5:00am this outage should last ½ hour. The Oaks and Unit 7 schools will be affected by this outage.
We have been investigating the leak at the corner of Austin and Cory Streets, we are unsure if this was the result of the construction of the new water main, but Friday November 2nd we are going to have Illinois Rural Water Association try and pinpoint a leak and repair it if there is a leak. If there isn’t a leak, we are looking into installing a new storm sewer line to alleviate the standing water at this intersection. We realize this is an inconvenience but please be patient.
Village of Tolono Public Works
There will be 2 Fire hydrant replacements. One at the corners of Linden and Galloway which will affect Linden Street residents between Galloway and Whitehead Streets.
The second Fire hydrant replacement will be at the corners of Elizabeth and Marshall which will affect Marshall Street Residents between Elizabeth and Calhoun Streets.