Farmington City Notices
- The following are official notices from The City of Farmington. For more information, please contact City Administration.
IL American Water
It has been just over a year and more than $400,000 invested in upgrading of the water treatment plant and distribution system. During 2019, an addtitional $1.5 million is expected to be invested as upgrades of water mains and hydrants in the northern section of town take place. Residents will recieve notices of upcoming work affecting them.
June Whitmer Recognized for 30 Years of Service
June Whitmer was appointed to the City Council of Farmington, Illinois on May 31, 1988 and served until May 01, 1989. She was appointed to the City Council again on November 05, 1990 as a representative of Ward 4, now known as Ward 3. She has served on the Farmington City Council continuously since that time with eight mayors, five city clerks, four city treasurers, two city administrators and forty-seven different aldermen.
June Whitmer showed a sense of duty to her community and has attended nearly seven hundred City Council Meetings with thoughtful insight, diligent dedication and sincere concern for the betterment of her constituents and all the citizens of Farmington.
I, Kent R. Kowal, Mayor of the City of Farmington, and on behalf of the City Council of Farmington, offer our most sincere thanks and congratulations for your thirty years of service to the City of Farmington on this day, May 06, 2019.
City of Farmington Notice For Statements of Interest
Notice from the City of Farmington for required engineering service for the improvement of streetscape (ITEP) program, parking lanes in the downtown district and resurfacing of E. Fort St from Main St. to Lightfoot Rd. Any interested parties should have their proposals and statements to the city by Friday, May 31st 2019.
City Council Approved Grants for 2019-2020
The City of Farmington has approved both the Facade Grant and Residential Redevelopment Grant programs for the next fiscal year beginning May 1, 2019. The basic requirements will remain the same as the previous year.
Official forms can be accessed here.
FY 2019 Residential Redevelopment Program
The City of Farmington is pleased to present the newly estabilshed FY 2019 Residential Redevelopment Program. This is an exciting opportunity for the City to provide one-time grants to residential property owners who own property within the Farmington Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District Redevelopment Project Area.
Official forms can be accessed here.
For more information, please contact Mr. Rollen Wright, City Administrator, at (309) 245-2011.
New City Council Member
The City of Farmington welcomes Kenn Stufflebeam as its newest council member. Kenn is a life-long resident of Farmington and former Mayor. He is a FEHS Class of 1985 Alumni and completed his Bachelors Degree at Quincy University in May of 1991. Mr. Stufflebeam is married to Anne Stufflebeam and has two children: Maredith, 18 and Alexis, 14. He is currently an employee with Cintas Corporation in sales.
Upon receiving the position, Kenn assured the council he "...is ready to help."
With assistance from Tri-County Regional Collection, Farmington City Hall will be collecting electronics and paint. Please bring your authorized items to room 101 of City Hall to be properly disposed. The hours that items will be accepted are Monday-Friday between 8:30am to 3:30pm. If you have any questions or would like to request more information, please call 309-245-2011.
Road and Walkway Improvements
The City of Farmington has been approved for the ITEP Grant to enchance the Downtown Business District. The grant allows replacement of all sidewalks, gutters and replacement of all street lights between N Main Street and N Cone Street. Construction is expected to start in June 2019. Additional assistance from IDOT was announced for the repair of storm drains near Fort Street and Main Street.
We ask residents to be patient with all construction that will be taking place this year while we upgrade our main throughway and its appearance. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact City Hall during regular hours at 309-245-2011.