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COVID-19 Update: Village Office Closed

Tolono Alert: The Village of Tolono has implemented operational changes to ensure the safety of their residents and employees during the COVID-19 crisis. Effective, March 18, 2020, 1:00 PM through March 30, 2020, 8:00 AM, the Village office will be closed to the public.

We urge all residents that are impacted by the COVID-19 crisis to contact us by calling 217-485-5212 or email info@tolonoil.us to discuss payment arrangements. We urge residents to use the drop boxes located outside the Village Hall at 507 W Strong Street or the parking lot of TraxSide (corner of West Holden Street and North Vorcey Street). Residents may also visit the Village’s website at https://www.tolonoil.us to set up online bill payments or through your financial institution’s bill pay service.

Payments made by cash that are more than current billing amounts will be credited to your account and deducted from the next billing cycle.

We encourage all residents to complete a Smart911 profile on the Village’s website by clicking the, “Stay Informed” picture. Follow the easy-to-use wizard answering the questions as presented. We encourage everyone to help anyone that may not have the means available to sign up or may have difficulties with the process.

The Village of Tolono thanks you for help and patience during this time.

Tolono Weather Alert Changes

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

Ameren & Unsafe Trees in the Right of Way

If you have a tree or trees in the right of way that interfere with Ameren power lines or may be unsafe, please call the Village office at 217-485-5212. Our maintenance staff is currently creating a list of possible trees that Ameren will evaluate and possibly take down if close enough to their lines. If your tree does not interfere with power lines, but does pose a threat, our crew will come take a look at the trees, determine the severity and take down as time allows.