With single and sub-zero temperatures soon to arrive, the Champaign Fire Department urges all to prepare to avoid injuries and property damage. According to Champaign Fire Chief Gary Ludwig, single and sub-temperatures cannot only affect someone’s health, but pipes and outside water lines can freeze and burst if not protected. Single and sub-zero temperatures are […]
Rain has slowed the construction of the Robinson Court Detention Basin. Stark Excavating has completed approximately 75% of the basin construction. With good weather, Stark will quickly get back on schedule and complete the project on time. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year.
In order to test the weather proofing of the masonry on the south side of the City Building, the westbound lanes of University Avenue, between Walnut Street and Neil Street, will be closed on Saturday June 21, 2014 from 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Public Works staff will be on site, with the assistance of the […]
Repairs have been made to the multiple power poles and power lines that were knocked down onto the roadway on Rising Road during last night’s severe weather. Rising Road has been reopened at this time. The City would like to thank citizens for their patience and cooperation.