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Mayor Mark Wells and the Village Board of Trustees are pleased to announce the completion and in-service date of November 7th for the Village's newly constructed 1,000,000 gallon water tower. The...
Independent Election Petitions for Village Mayor and 5 Village Trustees (6 seats total) may be obtained at Village Hall, 1400 Mt. Zion Parkway, Mt. Zion, Illinois, between the hours...
The Village Board of Trustees would like your input regarding Mt. Zion's garbage service. Please take a moment to take a 1-minute 5- question survey regarding garbage service in Mt. Zion. Thank...
On November 24th, the Mt. Zion Convention Center will be hosting a Christmas Dinner Show featuring Scott Wattles & The Blue Suede Crew!
Join them as they celebrate the holidays with their...
Effective September 10, 2018, Advanced Disposal will change its pick-up days as follows:
Trash – 96 gallon cart provided for free with service
-West of Rt. 121 Monday and Thursday
REQUEST FOR LETTERS OF INTEREST (RLOI)
BALTIMORE/HARRY LAND ROAD BIKE PATH PROJECT
The Village of Mt. Zion, Illinois (“the Village”) seeks Letters of Interest from consultants...
Mt. Zion Public Works Crews will be working to repair sections of Wildwood Drive between Woodland Drive and State Highway 121 as well as sections of Woodland Drive between the railroad tracks and...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 9, 2018
Contact: Jon Thomas or Jodi Becker, 217-424-1002
Annual Macon County Emergency Alert & Notification System TEST
On Wednesday, July 18th at 11:00 A.M., the Macon...
Next Monday on June 18th, we are going to be having our annual Bike Rodeo along with the Chris Clark Bicycle Stunt Show!
Learn about bicycle safety and saying no!
4 PM is the Bike Rodeo (bring...
SAVE THE DATE!!!
On May 24th and 25th at 5 PM, the Village of Mt. Zion is hosting a SUMMER KICKOFF!! We will have food, drinks, great music, and inflatables and air-brush tattoos for the kids!...
Phase II of the Westside Street Maintenance Project will begin Thursday, May 24th. Residents on Westside Drive from Baltimore Ave. to Main Street are asked to refrain from parking on the street...
Get your tickets now! The 2018 Drive-up Chicken Dinner tickets can be picked up at Sav-Mor Pharmacy, Scott State Bank, or Town and Country Bank. Tickets are $10, and must be purchased by May...
Pavement patching work is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, April 23 on State Highway 121 from the south corporate limits of Mt. Zion to US Route 36. The work consists of pavement...
Dunn Company will begin work on April 18th on the west side of Mt. Zion. The roads affected will be Wildwood Drive, Brierwood Drive, Brierwood Court, Rosewood Drive and Westside Drive. Depending...
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