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Village Board Meeting, October 4th to Discuss Bourne Street Railroad Crossing (9/27/2022) - Norfolk Southern Railroad wants to close the Bourne Street railroad crossing permanently. Their reasoning is that the Bourne Street crossing is only about 800 feet…
Residential Electronics Collection Event Online Registration (9/21/2022) - The online registration for the Fall Residential Electronics Collection Event opened Monday, September 12, 2022. The collection event will take place on Saturday, October 15, 2022,…

Village Board Meeting, October 4th to Discuss Bourne Street Railroad Crossing

Norfolk Southern Railroad wants to close the Bourne Street railroad crossing permanently. Their reasoning is that the Bourne Street crossing...
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Residential Electronics Collection Event Online Registration

The online registration for the Fall Residential Electronics Collection Event opened Monday, September 12, 2022. The collection event will take place...
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Welcome to the official Village of Tolono, Illinois website. Here you will find information about our Village, Ordinances, Village Board meetings, and much more. We hope you find the whatever you’re looking for here, if not please let us know and we will do our best to assist.

Our Village Office is located at 507 W. Strong St and is open Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm for in person inquiries, you can use the contact form from the links above, or you can simply email us at info@tolonoil.us for assistance.

Tolono is located just south of Savoy along Route 45 and home to more than 3,400 people. We are one of five towns in the Unit 7 School District with Unity High School, Unity Jr. High, and Unity West Elementary schools all being located here too.

The Village of Tolono strives to be a community that is safe for all residents regardless of their race, sex, age, sexual orientation, religious preference, or disability. Intolerance of any kind is not welcome in the Village of Tolono. Together, each and every day, we should all aspire to embody the Unity spirit and name.


Village Mayor, Rob Murphy.