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The Village of Mt. Zion will be performing its annual fall street sweeping on Monday, November 20th and Tuesday, November 21st. The Village of Mt. Zion is asking that residents remove all cars on...
Village of Mt. Zion officials and other key project stakeholders will gather on November 9, 2017 at 3 p.m. to commemorate the groundbreaking of the Village’s water system improvements. The...
Village of Mt. Zion residents will soon see a savings on their power bill due to electrical aggregation. Recent bids for the electrical aggregation program will lower power supply bills beginning...
The Village of Mt. Zion is working on a water project in front of McGaughey School on Main Street. A portion of the sidewalk has been removed and traffic may be delayed at times. The project is...
Construction of a new 1 million gallon water storage tank and upgrades to the existing booster station is being partially financed by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF). The SRF...
Ameren's Gas Division will be working in the coming weeks to expand the gas substation on Woodland Drive near Goodwin Park. Woodland Drive will remain open, but traffic may be congested or lane...
A reminder that effective July 1, 2017, sales tax rates in Macon County will increase by .25% due to the voter approved increase to the Macon County Public Safety Tax. The sales tax rate for Mt....
At the June 5, 2017 Village Board meeting, the Village Board of Trustees unanimously approved the Mayoral appointment of Wendy J. Kernan.
Wendy J. Kernan was relocated to Central Illinois 10...
Mt. Zion, IL - In order to make it a safer intersection, the Village of Mt. Zion will be installing additional stop signs on South Henderson at the intersection of South Henderson and Fletcher...
Mt. Zion Public Works employees will be marking the Village's sanitary sewer system including manholes and some piping with green paint or green flags. The Village is locating the sanitary sewer...
On Tuesday, March 14th Congressman Rodney Davis will be at the Village of Mt. Zion Village Hall from 10:00am - 12:00pm as part of the Traveling Help Desk. If you need assistance with a federal...
The National Council for Home Safety and Security has named Mt. Zion in the Top 50 Safest Cities in Illinois. https://www.alarms.org/the-safest-cities-in-illinois-2017/
February 1, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contacts: Nicole Bateman
The Village of Mt. Zion Parks & Recreation Commission is asking for your help to determine the final design for the Splash Pad planned for Fletcher Park. In order to finalize the engineering, a...