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.
Fall City Sales
September 12 4 pm - 8 pm, September13 8 am - 5 pm, & September 14 8 am - 12 pm. All individuale sale times will vary.
507 N Wood Street – Down the Alley – Guys come check this out -
Snow blade, riding mower parts, leaf blower, bicycle, misc. tools, fishing equipment and more misc. items
220 S Wood Street – Multi Family Sale – Located in the back yard – Women, men, boy & girl clothing, furniture, kitchen items, tools, baskets, vintage popcorn machine, shoes, & toys
501 N Maple Street – Multi Family Sale – Bar height table and chairs/furniture, 2 highchairs, children’s books & DVD’s, girl’s clothes/shoes – 18 months & size 8 – 10, Boys clothes – 2T/3T, 5/6 & 8/10, Women’s shoes 8 – 9, women’s clothes medium to 2XL
327 N Maple Street – Huge Porch/Driveway Sale – Thursday 8 am – 8 pm, Friday 8 am – 4 pm and Saturday 8 -? – Furniture, toys, knickknacks, Lots of good stuff!
229 W Jackson Street – Open Thursday & Friday only - Electric stove, dishwasher, old trunk, misc. household items
708 W Jackson Street – Thursday 12 pm – 5 pm & Friday 8 am – 5 pm – Tons of hand tools & power tools, camping equipment, luggage set, army gear & uniform – camo, yard & garden tools, paint supplies, lots of miscellaneous, weight set
317 N Locust Street – Holiday decorations, HP Printers & Photo screen, Antique easel chalk board, Rainbow sweeper, clothing, purses, & A LOT MORE!
317 N Walnut Street - Boy clothes, ladies size S - XL, dishes, home decor, Christmas decorations, etc
219 W Lincoln - Girls 3T, 4T, 7 -10, Boys 6 - 7, YL & YXL, Juniors S - M, Women's 16 - 20, XL - 2X, Mens AS & AM, Jeans, Winter coats, shoes, video games, rideable stroller, and lots of other Miscellaneous items
💥MULTI FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE💥
304 South Locust Maroa
Name Brand Clothing-
Boys Clothes & Shoes 3 Months - 5/6
Girls Clothes & Shoes NB-6 Months & 3T - 10
Matilda Jane size 8 & 10, North Face Coats, Halloween Costumes, Outdoor Plastic Play House, Kids Outdoor Plastic Picnic Table With Umbrella, Metal Outdoor Table With 2 Chairs, Truck Tool Box, Toys, Maternity Clothes (SM-LG), Misc Household Items/Decor, Misc Tools, Baby items & sooo much more! Everything is priced to sell!!
((All items will be sold during the times listed above, no presales or holds. Sorry!))
Fall Festival SAVE THE DATE
October 5, 2019 5 pm - 10 pm
The Maroa businesses will decorate for fall beginning the last week of September. We will have buckets set up to cast your vote for your favorite decorated business. There will be a trophy awarded to the best decorated business.
Fall Festival King & Queen contest. The male & female raising the most money for the Maroa charities of their choice, will share in introducing the band for the evening, be the judges for the Chili cook off and introduce the class reunions who are in town that night and welcome them home. The winners will be crowned at the start of the festival and will each receive $100 gift card to Maroa business/businesses of their choice. The King & Queen will also be the Grand Marshalls for the Liberty Festival Parade June 27, 2020.
Chili Cook off, 5 pm - 8 pm. Come with your favorite chili recipe in a crock pot or something to keep it warm and the King & Queen of the fall festival will judge. No entry fee for the cook off, just come with your chili and have fun. Trophies will be awarded for the top 3 finishers. Please sign up by emailing Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org be sure to include your name and contact information. You may also contact city hall at 217-794-2206 to be put on the list. We need to know how many tables to set up for this event. We will not turn anyone away but we want to be sure that we have room for all who will participate.
We will have a band that will take the stage at 6 pm - 9 pm. Come out and enjoy some music and socializing.
Christmas Tree Lighting
November 23, 2019 at 6 pm. Watch for updates on activities for the evening.
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.
City of Maroa Map - click link
2019 City Council Meeting Dates Meetings start at 6:30 pm
Please note the meetings will start at 6:30 pm beginning January 28, 2019 Link to "2019 Council meeting dates.pdf"