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Genoa Public Works

100 Madison Street
Genoa, IL 60135

Phone: (815) 784-2271

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The services and projects that are provided by the Public Works Department are necessary to promote public health, personal safety, mobility, economic growth, and civic pride to our residents, businesses, and visitors. As Public Works Professionals, our commitment to the City is to provide services and perform projects in a safe, cost effective, and professional manner that achieves excellence through our employees. This process links the City’s strategic principles to the Public Works planning process that helps guide us to achieve customer satisfaction. There are four Public Works Divisions: Streets, Forestry, Sewer Collection and Treatment, and Water Supply, Distribution and Metering Division.

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FAQ


Water and Sewer Rates

Effective May 1, 2017.

Water and sewer rates are based on usage of 1,000 gallons.  

  • In City Water: $8.50 User Fee + $3.05/ 1,000 gallons
  • In City Sewer: $9.50 User Fee + $3.80/ 1,000 gallons
  • Out of City Water: $12.75 User Fee + $4.60/ 1,000 gallons  
  • Out of City Sewer: $14.25 User Fee + $5.70/ 1,000 gallons 
 

Sewer Line Financial Assistance Program

The City offers a financial assistance program for residents who may need repairs to their house sewer line.  This program was intended to help residents finance the cost of video inspection of their house sewer lines to determine repairs. If repairs are needed, the program can assist residents with the cost of repairs up to $3,500. Payments are to be made on a monthly basis per the agreement with the City of Genoa.

House Sewer Service Line Brochure

Financial Assistance Program Information

Reimbursement Agreement

With any further questions, please contact the City of Genoa at (815) 784- 2327.

 

Water Quality Report

Each year a water quality report is published to provide you with important information about your drinking water and the efforts made by the Genoa water system to provide safe drinking water. The source of drinking water used by Genoa is Ground Water.

2015 Annual Water Quality Report

2014 Annual Water Quality Report

2013 Annual Water Quality Report

If you have questions about this report please contact the Director of Public Works Richard Gentile (815) 784-2271

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