City of Champaign News

The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has announced that starting Monday, April 1, 2013, weather permitting, O’Neil Brothers Construction Company will begin construction work to remove and replace the Windsor Road Bridge over Interstate 57. The new bridge will be wider to accommodate pedestrians and bicyclists on both sides of the structure. Throughout the construction…
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Congratulations to Champaign Police Intelligence Analyst, Renae Yandell for being selected Champaign Police “Employee of the Year.” Renae was selected by a committee of her peers for exemplifying the values of Service with Pride.  Renae has served in many capacities during her tenure at the department. Her current position as the Intelligence Analyst has been…
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Exchange Club of Champaign will honor Champaign Fire Department’s 2012 Firefighter of the Year, Eng. Chris Hanson, at a noon luncheon on Monday, April 1 at O’Charley’s, 730 W. Town Center Blvd. Eng. Hanson joined the Champaign Fire Department in July 1997. Eng. Hanson exemplifies departmental leadership with strong, consistent, and passionate efforts toward excellence…
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                 The 35th episode of Champaign Connection airs thru May.  City Manager Steve Carter reflects back on 28 incredible years with the City of Champaign. Hear what City accomplishments Steve is most proud of, and why he says the future is bright for the City moving forward. Champaign Connection is an award-winning 30-minute news magazine…
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In order to perform an emergency water main repair, Illinois American Water has closed Green Street between First Street and Second Street. The road closure began this morning, Wednesday, March 27, 2013. Broeren Russo, the City of Champaign, and Illinois American Water are working together to reconfigure traffic control in the area and to reopen…
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As of 3 p.m., Monday, March 25, 2013, the Public Works Director has declared that the sidewalk snow and ice removal requirement in the Downtown and Campustown areas is in effect. Due to the winter storm, snow has accumulated to 2 inches or more on sidewalks. In order to make the sidewalks safe for pedestrians,…
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