Remember that there is to be no cell phone usage is a school zone, it is the law. Watch for kids crossing the street and remember that you are to stop for school buses that have their red flashers on and are loading or unloading. Just put your phone down while you are in your car. That text can wait, the life you save may be your own or your loved one. No text is that important.
Maroa Christmas Baskets
If you know a family in need, or would like to help a family, please contact Barb Hastings at 217-454-3639 or Barb Wilkey at 217-620-5527.
Freedom Festival Committee Meeting
January 21, 2020 at 5:30 pm at City Hall. The Public is encouraged to attend and we would invite you to be on the committee to help make the Freedom Festival great. All help is welcomed as well as ideas.
Newsletter changes January 2020
Currently we are mailing out 1000+ newsletters every other month and many are left at the post office each time and many make their way to the trash or recycle. We do not want to add to mail that you do not want. The newsletter is available on line before they are mailed out. In a effort to go green and reduce unwanted mail, beginning in January 2020, the newsletter will be published and on the website at the end of each month. For people who still would like to receive the newsletter by mail, it will be mailed to you every two months just like it is now. The list of people who signed up before will be used. If you would like to receive by email, you may call the office to be added to the email list. If you would like to receive by mail you may call the office to be sure that you are on the mail list. There will also be copies of the newsletter available to pick up at the office, every other month. So the mailing will be just as it is now January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October and November/December. The people who subscribe to the newsletter or who do not live in Maroa will still receive the newsletter every other month and the subscription price will remain the same.
For the advertisers, there will no longer be a charge to advertise in the newsletter, we hope that all of the businesses in town will put an ad in to show case their business. Add some coupons to it as well that people may use at your business. You may email your ad to Diane Edwards at email@example.com or you may drop it by the office.
Water Shut off months
Shut off for non-payment of water bills is the 4th Tuesday of the months of January, March, May, July, September, and November.
Golf Cart Information
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.
No Dumping Allowed
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.
Maroa Fire Department
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.
The Maroa Fire Department is NOT manned 24/7. If you have a fire emergency, please call 9-1-1.
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