With temperatures warming up after record-breaking cold over the past few days, snowmelt and rain can lead to flooding in our region.
Frozen ground is unable to absorb water and snow and run-off immediately flows to the storm sewers. Ice can block storm drains and may create street flooding.
If you see street flooding please contact City Hall or the non-emergency police number after hours.
Homeowners should check their sump-pumps to make sure they are in good, working condition.
A boil order is in effect until 12:00 PM on January 31st.
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Due to the extreme temperatures, City Hall offices will be closed on 1/30/2019. The Police Department is a warming center and will be open 24/7. To call the non-emergency police department for issues such as main breaks, please call (815) 784- 6633. For emergencies, please dial 911.
With the frigid temperatures and forecasted snow over the next week, please stay safe and warm!
The Genoa Police Department is a warming station for anyone in need.
We have received a number of calls from residents stating that they are receiving calls from City Hall phone numbers, (815) 784- 2327 and (815) 784- 7123, and being asked about their energy bills. This is NOT City staff calling you. Staff would not call you to discuss your energy bill. Please use discretion when communicating with these individuals both over the phone and in person.
Winter Storm Warning:
5-9+ inches of snow forecasted from late afternoon January 18th to midday January 19th.
Slowed travel, poor visibility, gusty winds, and drifting snow expected.
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Are you ready to take the next step with your home based business? Fox Valley Score in partnership with the DeKalb County Business Incubator is hosting an event to learn more about how to grow your home based business. Click here for more information!
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The City of Genoa’s Public Works Department is selling a 1996 Bobcat. For more information, click here.
Phones are currently down at City Hall as of 11:30 AM on November 30, 2018. If you have an emergency, please call 911. Otherwise, we can be reached via our Contact Us page https://www.genoa-il.com/contact/