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November 22nd, 2021-  Work will begin today to repair the streets where the new water lines were ran. The work should be completed within the next two days.


The upgraded water lines have been completed.  Work will begin in a couple of weeks to finish the roads that have been disturbed.  When we get a confirmation date it will be posted on the website and Georgetown Residential News.  Once the dirt is dried out, they will begin to level it off and seeding will begin in the Spring.

The City of Georgetown appreciates your patience in this process.

The City of Georgetown has begun the proposed Water Infrastructure Improvements including new water main which is being financed by the Public Water Supply Loan Program (PWSLP) in the approximate amount of $1,875,000 at 1.00% APR; and the proposed Wastewater Plant Infrastructure Improvements including rehabilitation of the Trickling Filter, Final Settling Tanks and PBR Lift Station which are being financed by the Water Pollution Control Loan Program (WPCLP) in the approximate amount of $810,000 at 1.00% APR.  The PWSLP and WPCLP are administered by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and receive a portion of money to fund these type of projects from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  Once complete, these projects will provide reliable infrastructure and improve water quality for area residents and businesses in the City of Georgetown.  SRF programs operate in each state to provide communities the resources necessary to build, maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects one of our most valuable resources: water.

Areas of improvements

Grandparent Fraud

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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