City of Champaign Township
603 South Randolph Street
Champaign, IL 61820
City of Champaign Township News
There were 128 offenders released on parole during 2018 that live in Champaign zip codes, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Chambana Sun.
In order to complete a pavement patch in the intersection of Bradley Avenue and Bloomington Road, Illinois American Water and Shaw Brothers will close the following lanes
In order to perform routine storm sewer maintenance activities, Hoerr Construction, Inc. will be closing single lanes of South Mattis Avenue between Healey Street and John Street.
The City is accepting applications for Police Account Clerk.
The City is seeking a Community Relations Specialist in the Office of Equity, Community and Human Rights to support the CU Fresh Start initiative.
Congratulations to everyone who played in this week’s National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball tournament at the #StateFarmCenter!
It's National Toast Day! Celebrate by sending a Champaign TOAST (Thanks for your Outstanding Act of Service Today)
The deadline to apply for a CSBG scholarship is April 5, 2019.
Stark Excavating will be performing intermittent temporary lane closures as part of Phase III of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project.
Apply today for the position of Laborer II - Seasonal Landscape Maintenance in the Public Works Department.
The City is accepting applications for the position of Law Clerk in the Legal Department
The Champaign City Council's next meeting is on Tuesday, January 22 at 7:00 pm in the Champaign City Building
There were 39 offenders released on parole during the fourth quarter that live in Champaign zip codes, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Chambana Sun.
Taxpayers will benefit from the more than $700,000 in property tax rebate checks recently mailed to Shelby Township parcel owners in response to legislation passed in 2017, Andrew J. Quarnstrom, Champaign Township supervisor, said during a recent interview.
The City is pleased to announce the launch of the City of Champaign Diversity Advancement Program (CDAP).
With the winter season fast approaching, the City of Champaign reminds you to be prepared for snowy weather Information
There were 31 offenders released on parole during the third quarter that live in Champaign zip codes, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Chambana Sun.
The City of Champaign’s Neighborhood Code Compliance Staff will increase enforcement in the campus 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.
In order to complete asphalt street repairs, the Public Works Department will intermittently close lanes of Mattis Avenue between Springfield Avenue and Kirby Avenue.