Events and Meetings
******PLEASE NO BURNING OF LEAVES, GRASS AND LIMBS ON WEST MAIN FROM WOOD STREET TO CEDAR STREET. THE DEBRIS IS CLOGGING UP THE DRAINS WHEN IT RAINS AND WASHES IT DOWN. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP WITH THIS MATTER.*****
The Paws for a Great Cause is taking the place of the Blizzard of Blankets Drive. The Paws drive begins September 6, 2017 and will run each day 9 am – 6:30 pm until Friday, September 15, 2017. Donations may be dropped off at 102 E McKinley Street, Maroa, IL, The Uptown, during business hours, or City Hall, during business hours or The Buttered Bun Bakery, during business hours. The items will be transferred to Maroa Forsyth Grade School to be added to Billi’s project. All donations collected will then be transferred to Bloomington Food Bank and sent to Texas to help with the animals/families affected by the flood. Items needed are used/clean blankets, used/clean towels, food, treats, toys, bleach, cleaning supplies, etc. Each and every donation is appreciated. Please help if you are able.
Maroa Forsyth Grade School Donations - click link
September 14, 15, and 16, 2017 - Fall City Sales. If you would like to have your rummage sale listing on a map, drop the information off at City Hall with $2.00 payment by September 11, 2017 at noon. The maps will be printed on September 12, 2017 at approximately 1 pm and ready for pick up after that. The map will also be available here on our website. CLICK FOR MAP
September 16, 2017 - Masonic Lodge. $9 All you can eat Fish Fry 4:30 - 7 pm
Forsyth United Methodist Church
October 21, 8:30-11:30 am
Donations of clean, gently used fall and winter clothing will be received from October 1 through October 15 in the collection box at the back of the church. There is a great need for children’s clothing, but clothing for all ages will be accepted. For pickup of donations, call 877-1441 or 433-5396.
The clothing event will be held in the church fellowship hall, where clothing will be given away for an optional donation of $1 per large kitchen bag. Donations will be used to purchase diapers and children’s underwear for next event held in May. Help us help others by spreading the word to those who might be in need of clothing for fall and winter.
*** Change in date. The Zoning Board will meet on October 19, 2017 at 7 pm at City Hall.
October 31, 2017 - Trick or Treat from 4 pm to 8 pm. Only go to homes where the porch light is on. Stay safe and enjoy the night.
Shut off for non-payment of water bills is the 4th Tuesday of the months of January, March, May, July, September, and November.
Effective April 1, 2014 No Golf Cart may be operated in the City of Maroa unless it displays a current Permit. Permits are issued annually and extend from April 1 to March 31 of the next succeeding year. The yearly cost of the permit shall be $25.00. Prior to being issued a permit, each Golf Cart shall undergo an inspection and must meet each and every item on the inspection checklist prior to being issued a permit. Ordinance 08/26/2013-1. See the Police Tab for more information.
Effective immediately - There is no dumping allowed by the Sewer Plant. The City allows for burning so you may burn yard waste in your yards. Thank You.
The Maroa Fire Department will be hosting various recruitment open houses for potential new members. Contact Tony Norton 217-519-1656, Matt Norton 217-454-1982, or Jamie Zombro 217-520-4346 for more information or follow them on Facebook for the latest details.
A MATTER OF BALANCE
Location: Maroa Public Library
Dates: October 6th –Oct 31st ( Will meet Tuesdays and Fridays, twice a week for 4 weeks)
Cost: We ask for a 20$ Donation
To register: To register please call Marina Neufeld at 217.428.0013 Last day to register is Monday October 2nd 2017. Class size is limited, so call today!
A Matter of balance is a program that can help reduce the fear of falling and increase the activity levels of older adults who have concerns about falling. This is an evidence-based program that utilizes volunteer coaches to teach eight-two hour classes. Participants will learn to view falls and fear of falling as controllable, set realistic goals for increasing activity and promote exercise to increase strength and balance. A Matter of balance is for older adults who have concerns about falls, have sustained a fall in the past, restrict activities because of concerns about falling, are interested in improving flexibility, balance and strength. CLICK LINK
2017 CITY COUNCIL MEETING DATES CLICK LINK