Special City Council Meeting

The City of Mattoon Mayor and City Administrator have scheduled a special meeting of the City Council for Friday, July 10, 2020 at 7:45 a.m.  Learn more about how to attend the meeting remotely by visiting the Virtual Meetings page.  Visit the City Council meetings page to obtain additional details about meetings.  Visit the City […]

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Virtual City Council Meetings – July Updates

Due to the Covid-19 “Coronavirus” pandemic, regular and special meetings of the City Council will continue to be held in a “virtual” meeting room.  This will allow for safe participation by elected officials, departmental managers, and any citizen interested in attending. Cisco WebEx hosts the virtual Council Chamber and the details required for accessing these […]

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City Limiting Access to Municipal Buildings

In an effort to reduce the risk to our staff and the potential spreading of the Coronavirus, the City of Mattoon is limiting public access to its buildings.  These buildings include:  City Hall, the Police Department, the two Fire Stations, the Tourism Office at the Mattoon Train Depot, and the Public Works Building.  These changes […]

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Utility Payments Update

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 […]

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Pandemic Update

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 […]

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City of Mattoon Notice of Resolution No. 2018-3019 Prevailing Wage Rates

TAKE NOTICE that the City Council of the City of Mattoon, Illinois, pursuant to “An Act regulating wages of laborers, mechanics and other workers employed in any public works by the State, County, City or any public body or any political subdivision or by anyone under contract for public works,” approved June 26, 1941, as […]

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