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Spring Clean-up - Cemetery PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 08:35

Spring Clean-up at the Cemetery....................

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The Shops of Monmouth Retail Business Competition PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 May 2014 12:50

Always dreamed of opening a shop of your own? Here's your chance - the 2014 Shops of Monmouth Retail Business Competition! Enter the competition to learn vital vital business skills, draft a summary business plan and pitch your million dollar idea. Compete for a share of over $25,000 in cash, free rent and services and open the next great business right here in Monmouth. Click here for full information.

Interested in participating in the Shops of Monmouth Retail Business Competition? Want to learn more? Come to a short informational meeting at City Hall on Wednesday, June 11th at 6:30pm and you'll learn all about this awesome opportunity... we'll see you there!

Public Safety Notification Program PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 20 February 2014 16:17

###  PRESS RELEASE  ###      February 20, 2014

The Monmouth Police Department is pleased to announce a new initiative to keep citizens advised of a local emergency and various other advisories.  Residents and people who work or attend school in Monmouth will now be able to receive “public safety notification” text messages on their cell phones from the police department.  If you want to receive public safety notifications from the Monmouth Police Department email your phone number, including area code, to Ken Helms at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call us at 309-734-8383.

Since the text messages will be reserved for emergency events you will receive text message notifications less frequently than our Facebook page newsfeed postings.  So, partner with us to receive your public safety notification text messages and Like us on Facebook!

Media Contact Person: Chief Bill Feithen      Phone: 309-734-8383

Well Seven Operational PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 January 2014 14:15

After the pump and cable repairs, well seven has passed all required water-quality analysis and is fully back in operation. Thanks for your support in conserving water during the past few days! PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 November 2013 10:46

The new site is now live! Created collaboratively by the Monmouth Business Council, the City of Monmouth, the Chamber and Midwest Bank of Western Illinois, this community marketing site will help spread the word about the excellent retail, dining and lodging we have here in Monmouth. If you would like your business featured on the site, please use the Contact form on the site to let us know and a site administrator will be in touch.

Cross Connection Survey PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 04 November 2013 15:55

Monmouth water customers will be receiving a Cross Connection Survey in the mail this week. That survey can either be completed on paper and dropped off at City Hall or you can take the survey on-line.

The Cross Connection Survey is required by the State of Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. The IEPA requires that each residence conduct a plumbing survey. The IEPA requires that the public water supply system initiate and collect the survey data. The purpose of the survey is to determine if cross connections exist in home plumbing systems. Your health and the health of the community can be protected by identifying and eliminating cross connections. Therefore, it is everyone’s civic duty to eliminate cross connections. Drinking water regulations prohibit cross connections. If you identify a cross connection, please contact your local plumber or the Monmouth Water Department at 309-734-6028 for assistance in eliminating potential hazards.

To take the survey on-line, click here.

National Entrepreneurship Week PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 February 2013 10:07


This week is National Entrepreneurship Week (February 16-23). Historically, most new jobs are created by local entrepreneurs taking a risk and bringing a new idea, product or service to market. These risk-takers are really the engine of our economy. We have had a history of bold entrepreneurs here in Monmouth that have helped to shape (and continue to shape) our community. Take a moment this week this week to celebrate those entrepreneurs and what they've given our City and region.

Are you a potential entrepreneur? Do you have that next great idea? If so, there are local and regional resources that can help you refine and focus your idea and take it from the back of a napkin to a business plan to a profitable business. If you think you have what it takes, stop by City Hall (or our local Small Business Development Center in Macomb) to get more information on how to bring your idea to reality.

Also, if you are, or know of a local entrepreneur that needs to be recognized for their efforts, why not fill out a nomination form for the 2013 Small Business Day Eagle Award?


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