City of East Peoria
401 West Washington Street
East Peoria, IL 61611-2496
City of East Peoria News
Notice of a public hearing on the proposed appropriation ordinance and proposed working cash budget for the City of East Peoria, Tazewell County, Illinois
Is your child's car seat installed correctly?
Steven M. Roegge has been selected to lead the East Peoria Police Department as its next chief, succeeding Chief Dick Ganschow who will be retiring on February 28.
The results of the city's recent community revitalization survey will be discussed during a public meeting at 6 p.m.
EastSide Centre is an environmentally responsible sports complex, earning an Environmental Facility Certification from the Sports Turf Managers Association.
Residents can help fill an East Peoria Police car with teddy bears for OSF Saint Francis Medical Center during the 13th Annual Teddy Bear Drive from 4 until 8 p.m.
Remember, if you have your garbage/recycling picked up normally on Wednesday, it will instead be picked up tomorrow (Thursday).
East Peoria City Hall will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 30 due to the extreme cold temperatures.
The boil advisory for Everett Street, Almiron, 200 Cole and 154 E. Washington St. has been lifted
Interested developers are encouraged to submit proposals for the development of city-owned properties.
Due to the coming snow storm, Public Works has announced a parking ban on all city streets starting at 10 p.m.
The results of the city’s recent community revitalization survey will be discussed at three meetings in January.
Eleven offenders released on parole during the third quarter live near Illinois zip code 61611, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Peoria Standard.
It's time for residents and business owners to fill out the IEPA-mandated cross connection control survey.
The results of the city's recent community revitalization survey will be discussed at three meetings in January.
Because there was no garbage or recycling collection on New Year's Day, pickup is running one day behind the rest of the week
Live Christmas trees can be included with a resident’s regular garbage picked up by the East Peoria Public Works Department, provided some requirements are met first. The tree must be cut up and placed inside the garbage toter.
Congratulations to East Peoria firefighters Nicholas Berlett (left) and Mikel Ernst (right) who graduated from the Northeastern Illinois Public Safety Training Academy in Glenview on Dec. 15.
Because there was no garbage or recycling collection on Christmas
Contratulations to East Peoria firefighters Joshua Carter and Daniel Veatch who graduated from the Illinois Fire Science Institute at the University of Illinois in Champaign on Oct. 26.