Monthly Archives: February 2013

City of Champaign Projects Receive ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards

On Friday, February 8, the City of Champaign was awarded American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Merit Awards for three projects: the Boneyard Creek Improvements – Phase 2 Project, the John Street Project, and the HVAC Equipment and Controls – City Facilities Project. Merit Awards are given for projects “worthy of…
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Attorney General National Foreclosure Settlement Grant Submitted

A grant application for the Attorney General National Foreclosure Settlement Grant was submitted on Friday, February 15 by team leader Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County. The grant team includes: the Cities of Champaign and Urbana, University of Illinois Law Clinic and Planning Department, Busey Bank, Hickory Point Bank, Community Reinvestment Group, Novadebt, Education for…
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Community Presentations by Champaign Police Department Officers

On February 25, 2013, Sergeant Greg Manzana facilitated a discussion with members of the Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity regarding responsibility and safety issues on the Unofficial St. Patrick’s Day celebration on campus scheduled for March 1, 2013.  School Resource Officer Jonathan Westfield gave his semi-annual Bullying Presentation to 400 students at Lincoln’s Challenge Academy on…
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City Submits Application to become a “Bicycle Friendly Community”

The Champaign Planning Department has submitted an application with the League of American Bicyclists to become a “Bicycle Friendly Community.” The City organization is already a “Bicycle Friendly Business” but this designation would apply to the community as a whole. Champaign has made significant strides in becoming a more bicycle friendly community in recent years….
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City of Champaign Launches SeeClickFix Mobile App

The City of Champaign Public Works Department is implementing new technology that will allow residents to submit requests for service through a mobile interface while they are out and about in the community. Powered by SeeClickFix, the place-based reporting platform allows residents to document problems ranging from graffiti to potholes within the City’s boundaries. SeeClickFix…
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