City of Genoa, Illinois
Petitions for Candidacy for Mayor, City Clerk and 4 Aldermen positions are now available. The petitions are for candidates to be placed on the ballot for the consolidated general election being held April 6, 2021.
These positions are the elected representation of the citizens of Genoa and serve a four-year term.
Packets are available here or may be picked up at City Hall, 333 E First Street. For further information, please contact the City Clerk at (815) 784-2327.
The City will be hydrant flushing in the area of Watson Drive, Reid Road and the Wilshire apartments on Thursday, September 24th.
It will start at 8:30 am and should end by noon.
Tomorrow (August 26, 2020), Public Works will be hydrant flushing at the corner of Middleton Street and Stearn Drive in the Riverbend Subdivision. Flushing will begin around 9:00 and should be completed by 12:00. The new 55+ homes on Stearn Drive should be the only homes affected, with lower water pressure or discolored water for a short amount of time.
Tomorrow (July 10, 2020), Public Works will be flushing hydrants on Koch Drive. The areas below may be affected by lower water pressure or discolored water for a short amount of time as a result.
The Community Garage Sales will be July 9th through 11th.
For a map and list of sales, visit our facebook page here.
Public Works will be flushing hydrants tomorrow morning (June 30, 2020) around 8:30 am. Below are areas that may be affected by the flushing:
Public Works crews have begun to clean up fallen tree branches from the storm this past weekend. Due to the number of fallen branches, this may take a few days so please be patient.
If you have a parkway tree with broken branches or a parkway tree branch that has fallen on your property that needs to be looked at, please send us a message using the link here.
The 2020 Community Garage Sales will take place from July 9th through July 11th this year. To view the flyer, click here.
Per the State of Illinois Phase 3 guidelines: “All persons operating a garage sale and all attendees should wear appropriate face coverings. No more than ten (10) individuals, including those operating the garage sale, should be present at any one time. All persons should maintain the recommended six (6) feet of separation. Garage Sale operators should sanitize all frequently touched surfaces as well as products that they wish to sell. Attendees of garage sales should wash or disinfect their hands after each garage sale they attend.”