Due to recent events concerning the spread of Coronavirus, the City of Mattoon is suspending utility shut offs for nonpayment of water and sewer bills. Late payment fees will also be waived during this time. Water and Sewer customers will still owe for their usage and payment arrangements for all unpaid bills will be made […]
Mattoon, Illinois, March 14 – Mayor Tim Gover and City Administrator Kyle Gill would like the citizens of Mattoon to know the City of Mattoon is working to prepare for any impact the Coronavirus may have on our community. We continue to receive and share information with state and local health officials to ensure we […]
Mattoon Farmers Market at Lytle Park Open every Friday, Spring through Fall, from 8:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., or while supplies last. For questions, call Lytle Park at 217-234-2464.
The City of Mattoon has installed new security cameras at the Yard Waste Facility. The City accepts leaves, limbs, grass clippings, plants, shrubs and most other forms of yard and garden waste.
The proposed budget for fiscal year 2020, beginning May 1, 2019, is now available for public review on the website for the City of Mattoon.
At its meeting on February 5, the City Council approved a Bicycle Plan developed by a committee from the Mattoon in Motion initiative, with assistance from Ride Illinois and funding by The Lumpkin Family Foundation.
Mattoon in Motion has been selected as a winner in the Google.org Impact Challenge! Our project, The Cross County Innovation Center, has received a $75,000 grant from the Google.org Impact Challenge. The statewide competition selected ten Illinois nonprofits with bold, new ideas to create economic opportunities in their communities. Now the public has the chance to […]
Mattoon in Motion was created in the fall of 2017 when a cross-section of more than 80 passionate community members came together and participated in a series of planning sessions initiated by the Mattoon Chamber of Commerce, the Southeastern Illinois Community Foundation and the MAPPING community planning program offered by the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs at Western Illinois University, and the City […]
Drive through Peterson Park to see a vast array of holiday lights displayed. There are new displays added, with many animated. There will be a live nativity on Friday nights in December. Free Admission with donations accepted. Over 15,000 visitors each year see this great display of holiday lights vividly reflecting off the winter’s snow. […]