We are receiving reports of multiple flooded roadways. The Public Works Department is out to help clear storm drains and address flooding.
Please do not attempt to drive through flooded roadways.
If you have a damaged parkway tree, please submit your address here.
Please complete the DeKalb County UNITES Survey, here.
The information provided by the survey will provide our small businesses and organizations in Genoa with valuable information about how customers/visitors/clients are feeling and how to encourage business/visits to make customers/visitors/clients feel comfortable.
The Public Works Department is seeking applicants for the position of Summer Help. This is an ideal position for high school seniors and college students to gain work experience. Job duties include mowing and construction type activities. Must be 18 years old with a valid driver’s license and be able to work in a team environment. This position involves physical labor and working outside throughout the summer months.
Applications can be submitted at City Hall in the dropbox in the west parking lot at 333 East First Street.
Click here for the job posting.
Waste Management will resume bulk item pick-up on May 11th. For more information, click here.
The City of Genoa’s response rate to the 2020 Census is increasing about 5% each week!
If you have not done so already, please respond to the 2020 Census online here: https://my2020census.gov/
The 2020 Census can also be completed by phone:
For the safety of City employees and our residents and based on recommendations from local, state, and federal health officials, the Municipal Center lobbies will remain closed. As of right now, the City Hall and Police Department lobbies are scheduled to reopen on June 1, 2020. The City will remain operational but services that are normally handled in-person will be handled via telephone, email, or mail.
City of Genoa – Street Crack-fill Information
Each year, the City evaluates its street and selects cost-effective maintenance treatments to enhance and extend the useful life of the pavement. When pavement is in relatively better condition, crack-fill is applied to extend the life of the pavement and reduce potholes and to prevent water from entering the pavement to reduce the spread of cracking. The crack-fill program is a very cost-effective program that helps maintain and extend the life of the City’s streets.
The following streets are scheduled to be crack-filled starting on Monday, April 27th, and will last a couple of weeks depending on the weather. Watch for the notification signs that will be posted on or near your street. There are some streets listed below that are tentatively scheduled and may not be completed depending on the funds/work needed by each street. The map shows those streets to be completed marked in black and those streets tentatively scheduled marked in the red dash.
Crack-filling is a mobile operation that results in minimal disturbance to residences, businesses and motorists, however, lane closures may be required when the contractor is working along thoroughfares. The roadways will remain open to at least one lane of traffic in each direction at all times. Parking may be restricted for short periods of time when the contractor is working along local streets. The work will be performed between the hours of 7 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. There may be some exceptions, if necessary.
Trash collection pickup will not be affected by the construction work. Please contact City Hall at (815) 784-2327 if there are any questions regarding the work.
- W. 2nd Street – B Street to N. Emmett Street
- W. 1st Street – W. Main Street to Duval Avenue
- W. Main Street – City Limit to Park Avenue
- B Street – W. Main Street to W. 2nd Street
- A Street – W. Main Street to North Street
- Adams Street – W. 1st Street to W. 2nd Street
- N. State Street – W. 1st Street to W. 2nd Street
- Washington Street – W. 1st Street to W. 2nd Street
- Monroe Street – W.1st Street to W. 2nd Street 4
- N. Emmett Street – W. 1st Street to W. 2nd Street
- Jackson Street – Jackson Woods Court to S. Genoa Street
- S. Emmett Street – W. Hill Street to Jackson Street
- Evans Avenue – N. Hadsall Street to end east of Prairie Street
- N. Hadsall Street – E. Main Street to W. Railroad Avenue
- Stiles Street – E. Main Street to W. Railroad Avenue
- Robinson Street – E. Main Street to E. Railroad Avenue
- Pearson Drive – S. Hadsall Street to South Centre Drive
- S. Hadsall Street – Homewood Drive to end south of Pearson Drive
- Secretariat Drive – Derby Line Road to Sir Barton Drive
- Whirlaway Drive – Gallant Fox Drive to Secretariat Drive
- War Admiral Drive – Secretariat Drive to Secretariat Drive
- Gallant Fox Drive – end west of War Admiral to Drive Sir Barton Drive
- Sir Barton Drive – Secretariat Drive to end south of Secretariat Drive
The following streets are tentatively scheduled and may not be completed.
- Oakview Lane – Ellwood Greens Road to end south of Westwood Circle
- Westwood Circle – Oakview Lane Oakview Lane
- Timber Trail – Oakview Lane to end east of Oakview Lane
- Eureka Street – W. 1st Street to W. 2nd Street
To view the map, click here.
Please respond to the 2020 Census if you have not done so already.
Respond to the 2020 Census online here: https://my2020census.gov/
The 2020 Census can also be completed by phone:
With many parents with school-age children learning from home, Waste Management – Illinois Missouri Valley Area is delighted to present an educational webinar to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
We hope you and your family join us for our LIVESTREAM 2020 WM EARTH DAY WEBINAR as we present Recycle U – information on the history of Earth Day along with how your curbside recyclables are sorted and made into new products.
To join this webinar, click here: https://video.ibm.com/channel/DGpcSSjPybZ
To view the flyer, click here.
Waste Management has provided these guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic.