Champaign City Council
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Champaign, IL 61820
Champaign City Council News
Due to a sinkhole which formed near a storm sewer inlet, the City of Champaign closed the southern lane of University Avenue between Country Fair Drive and Mattis Avenue.
Staff from the City’s Human Resources and Fire Departments held two information meetings as part of the 2018 Firefighter Recruitment process.
Residents and City staff submitted 298 total requests during July 2018.
As part of the Downtown Intersection and Resurfacing Improvements Project, milling and paving activities will begin on Friday, August 17 and continue for several days.
The Office of Equity, Community and Human Rights staff decorated the City’s atrium display to welcome all students back to school.
During their August 6, 2018, meeting, the Human Relations Commission (HRC) welcomed new members and elected officers.
The City of Champaign’s Neighborhood Code Compliance Staff will increase enforcement in the campus area
Champaign City Council issued the following announcement on Aug. 1.A new and exciting episode of Champaign Connection started airing on CGTV and streaming online on August 1.
The Champaign Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the 2018 Entry-Level Firefighter Eligibility Testing Process.
Champaign Police Officers responded to the 2500 block of W. Springfield Ave.
On June 10, the Ironwood and Copper Ridge subdivisions were hit by a tornado that caused damage to properties in the area.
As part of the City’s 2018 Concrete Street Improvements Project, the pavement on Green Street from Prospect Avenue to New Street will be reconstructed.
Champaign City Council met Tuesday, July 24.
The agenda for the July 24, 2018 City Council Study Session is now available online.
In order to perform tree work, the Public Works Department will close the westbound lane of Springfield Avenue between Van Doren Street and Wheaton Avenue.
In order to complete asphalt street repairs, the Public Works Department will intermittently close lanes of Mattis Avenue between Springfield Avenue and Kirby Avenue.
The City of Champaign launched its Small Business Incentive Program in May 2016 when City Council approved $230,000 in one-time money for Small Business Development.
On July 10, 2018, at approximately 10:15 AM, Champaign Police, with the assistance of the United States Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force, arrested 26-year-old Carlos Draine of Champaign on charges of Aggravated Battery and Mob Action.
The Champaign Police Department Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team and School Resource Officers will be holding training exercises at Franklin Middle School during the afternoon of July 12.
Session scheduled for Tuesday, July 10, 2018 has been cancelled.