Phone: (815) 784-2327|Email: info@genoa-il.com

Public Works Larviciding 5/13

Public Works will be larviciding storm drains throughout the community tomorrow (5/13) from approximately 5:30 AM to 8:30 AM. A larvicide is a type of insecticide used to control mosquitoes indoors and outdoors. They work by killing mosquito larvae before they can grow into adults.
 
The larvicide was provided by DeKalb County Health Department. In order to avoid encouraging mosquito breeding, please eliminate/maintain standing water where possible. This includes changing birdbath water weekly, maintaining wading pools, stocking ornamental ponds with fish, and turning over buckets, garbage cans, and other containers that may collect water.

No Parking on Railroad Avenue – May 7th, 9th, and 10th

There will be NO PARKING on Railroad Ave., Saturday May 7th, and Monday, Tuesday May 9 & 10th.  The Schroeder asphalt company will be grinding on Saturday, and shaping Monday and Tuesday.

 

The area of construction is from Stiles to N. Sycamore St. on Railroad Ave.

 

Asphalt application is predicted to be the following week.

 

Access on Railroad Ave will be available when construction is not happening (7am-6pm). Please be advised to go very slow, and avoid any structures.

 

Please avoid Railroad Ave. during this process if possible.

 

Please be patient as we work on a better road,

 if you have any questions or concerns please

call 815-784-2327.

 

City of Genoa

Public Works

Yard Waste and Brush Pickup to Begin April 1st

Flood Bros. Disposal Co. will provide yard waste collection from April 1st and ending December 15th on the same day as refuse and recycling collection each week.
 
All yard waste shall be placed in a biodegradable Kraft bag or plastic or metal container with a tight cover of a size no larger than 35 gallons and not exceeding 50lbs. Flood Bros. offers 95-gallon cart rentals for an additional monthly rate. Please contact the office at (630) 261-0400 if interested. There shall be no limit on the number of containers placed out for collection by a given household.
 
Flood Brothers will accept and collect all bundles of brush or limbs, providing the bundles do not exceed a weight of fifty (50) pounds per bundle, are not more than four (4) feet long, are not more than two (2) feet in diameter, do not contain limbs greater than three (3) inches in diameter and are tied with a material that is accepted at the compost site.

Kindergarten Registration

Genoa-Kingston School District will be hosting Kindergarten Registration March 8-22 at Kingston Elementary School. If you have a child that will be turning 5 on or before September 1, 2022, then this is for you! Please mark your calendar for March 8 (9:00-3:30), March 9 (9:00-6:30), and March 10 (9:00-3:30). Bring your child along to do a brief screener and they will receive a kindergarten readiness bag.

For additional information, please contact Kingston Elementary School at (815) 784-5246.

Street Paving

Residents of North Locust Street, South Locust Street, Elm Street, Church Street, South Stott Street, South Brown Street, South Hadsall Street, Koch Drive, and Central Avenue:
 
Beginning at 9:00 A.M. on Monday, November 1st, Schroeder Asphalt Services will have their team paving on your street to finish up the street project. Paving should be completed on Wednesday, November 3rd. Paving will be from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily.
 
Please keep in mind, once paving operations start on your street, access to that street will be restricted until paving and compaction operations are completed.
 
Please make sure cars are removed from the Street by 8 A.M. each day.
 
Please keep in mind that this is the Contractor’s schedule and is subject to change.
 
If you should have any questions, please contact the City at 815-784-2327 or CES, Inc. at 815-547-8435.
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