Georgetown IL

If you are paying your waterbill after 4:30 on the day before shut-off, you will need to add the $40 to your bill to avoid your water being shut-off


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City Hall Lobby is OPEN! M-F 8:30-4:30.

Streets & Alleys Department



City Garage

6917 Old Dam Road

Georgetown, IL 61846


Rusty Noggle, City Superintendent

Jack Flynn

Brandon Meeker

John Adams

Zackary Winters

John Patterson, Part-Time Seasonal

Jay  Pickett, Part-Time Seasonal

Cohen cavanaugh, Seasonal

The Streets & Alleys Department has two distinctly different functions that are of equal importance to the City.  


Streets & Alleys   The department is responsible for the maintenance of:


  • Public streets, alleys, sidewalks and parking lots  
  • Public buildings and grounds
  • Parks and public trees
  • Maintenance and repair of public vehicles and equipment
  • Installation and repairs of City owned signs 
  • Snow removal


Water Distribution   The department is responsible for water distribution through miles of underground water lines to the City's 1,500+ water meters:


  • Read water meters on a monthly basis
  • Install and maintain water lines and meters
  • Fire hydrants and water mains



In Case of Snow Emergency 


It is the responsibility of all vehicle owners/operators to remove their vehciles from city streets, alleys and rights-of-way prior to snow accumulation of 2 inches or more without advance notice from the city police department and/or public works department.  All vehicles in violation will be subject to tow and impound, resulting in a fine assessed by the city plus any towing and/or impound charges.




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Vermilion County Animal Control

For all Animal issues please contact Vermilion County Animal Control at (217) 431-2660

Georgetown Dam

For: Yard Waste ONLY

Gates will be open on
Wednesdays 8:00am-2:00pm

and on the first and third weekends
of each month from

8:00am Friday - 8:00am Monday

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