Do you still need your permit for 2022, but have a problem getting to Village Hall when we are open? If so, this is for you!
📆When: Thursday, April 21, 2022
🛺What to bring: Golf cart to be inspected, proof of insurance, $25 (cash, check or credit card)
Online registration is now open! Tolono residents are eligible to participate. You must register online in advance!
Register online to bring TVs and Electronics Items to the May 22nd Residential Electronics Collection
- Tolono residents, residents of other participating municipalities, and residents of unincorporated Champaign County are eligible to participate.
- Residents must register in advance online at https://ecycle.simplybook.me. At this website, residents will select an available 15-minute time-slot during which they plan to arrive at the REC.
- If you visit the page and no slots are available please try back the following morning, the City of Champaign uses an automated booking system that opens new windows when the available slots posted are filled.
- Once on the page scroll down to see acceptable and non-acceptable items.
The Village of Tolono Public Works will be flushing hydrants on the Southeast side of town (South of the railroad tracks and East of the railroad tracks) starting June 11th. Residents may notice a drop in water pressure due to the hydrant flushing.
The Village of Tolono Public Works will be flushing hydrants East of Long St. and North of Holden today and tomorrow. Residents may notice a drop in water pressure due to the hydrant flushing.
Tolono Info: We have received feedback requesting that weather alerts for warnings and watches be separated out to give more options for residents to choose what they are alerted on. Residents who have previously subscribed to “Weather Alerts” will still receive alerts for warnings without any additional steps needed. However, if you would like to receive alerts for watches and advisories that impact our area, please log into your smart911.com account and opt-in to the new “Weather Alerts – Watches” category. If you have not yet signed up for the Tolono Alert system, you can create your free account by going here: https://www.smart911.com/smart911/ref/reg.action?pa=tolonoil
Residents are invited to complete a short online survey regarding perceptions and ideas about certain potential hazards that may impact you and your community. The survey includes questions about preferred methods for reducing the risks and losses associated with these hazards.
The questionnaire should be completed by an adult, preferably the head of household.
Your responses to the survey will be valued as public input during the plan update process of the Champaign County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan.
This survey will be closed on March 16th, 2020.
To complete the survey, please use this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZLHB3LZ
Champaign County needs AT LEAST 507 more applicants. Applicants must go through a background check, so applying as soon as possible is important in order to be cleared prior to applicant selection which has already begun.
Getting an accurate count for the census is very important, particularly for small communities, as each resident NOT counted results in approximately $1,800 in federal funds LOST for your community that could have been used towards schools, roads, hospitals, etc.
If you would like to be a Census Taker, APPLY ONLINE at 2020census.gov/jobs
For assistance/questions, call the Area Census Office at 309-573-0422
Tolono residents who participate in the village’s Municipal Electric Aggregation program will see their electric rate drop from 4.88 cents per kilowatthour to 4.584 cents, a decrease of 6 percent, beginning with meter readings in April. The village won the new rate, submitted by Homefield Energy of Collinsville, in competitive bidding by four major electric suppliers. The new rate will continue through June 2022.
Homefield in February will send information to village residents and eligible small businesses about the program, including no-cost ways to opt out for those who wish not to participate. Enrollment is automatic, and eligible participants will not need to do anything to be enrolled. Residents who receive their electricity from other suppliers will not be enrolled. Ameren, which operates facilities to distribute electricity within the village, will also mail information to participating residents.
Village of Tolono Trustees implemented electric aggregation in November 2018 to provide a competitive choice in electric supply and prices to Tolono residents. Under the program the board adopted, residents are not obligated to participate. They can opt out at any time and at no cost by contacting the supplier.
Customers will continue to receive only one bill from Ameren, which will include the electricity, transmission, and other supply-related charges are in the new rate. Ameren will continue to handle calls related to billing and service problems.
Additional information may be obtained by visiting www.pluginillinois.org or by calling MidAmerican Energy at 1-800-342-3346 or Homefield Energy at 866-694-1262 toll free.