The Springfield Area Transportation Study is asking individuals that live/work in or visit the Greater-Springfield area to complete a short survey on the current condition of the local transportation system. The survey takes only a few minutes and your time and opinion are appreciated and valued-https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjl0D3noj6knZeepAiKNBMJGNWp8pF8p8ygjNn-1CoJosr6w/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1.
The Village-wide garage sales will be held on two days again this year. Residents who wish to participate should plan to hold a garage sale at their home. The Village will place an ad in the State Journal Register announcing the sales. Once again, the Salvation Army will have a truck in front of the Municipal Center on Leonard Street on that Saturday afternoon to accept items for donation. Please visit the Salvation Army website https://satruck.org/ for guidance on what items they will accept.
Friday, June 7th
Garage Sales: Noon – 5:00pm
Saturday, June 8th
Garage Sales: 8:00am – 1:00pm
Salvation Army Pickup: 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Join in our community celebration of Independence Day with the annual parade starting at 9:00 a.m. and refreshments in the Civic Center afterward!
Children are encouraged to participate in the parade either walking, riding bikes, or in strollers with decorations. An entry form is not required for children unless they are on a motorized vehicle.
Individual adults and organizations are urged to participate and can obtain an entry form by calling the Village office at 546-2203 or downloading the form. The new deadline for submitting an entry form will be the close of business on Thursday, June 27th.
On the day of the parade, entrants will need to register at the corner of Reed Avenue and Leonard Street by the Jerome Municipal Building. Parade line up begins at 8:15 a.m.
CARNIVAL FUN FOR ALL AGES WITH LOTS OF GAMES, FACE PAINTING, SNOW CONES AND BOUNCE HOUSE!
WRIST BAND COST IS $7.00, INCLUDES:
ALL GAMES YOU WANT TO PLAY
THANK YOU FOR HELPING THE BOY SCOUT TROOP 210 RAISE FUNDS TO GO TOWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS!
Fire pit permit applications are available at the Village office Monday through Friday from 10am – 3pm. Outdoor fires are allowed between April 1st and November 30th with a proper permit.
The Village of Jerome does not pick up yard waste. Yard waste bags put out by the road must have a sticker on them purchased from your waste hauler.
On National Night Out, August 6th, the Jerome United Methodist Church invites everyone in Jerome for free ice cream from 6:00pm until 8:00pm. The church is located at the corner of Leonard Street and Jerome Avenue, across from the Jerome Civic Center. The event will be held in the east parking lot and everyone is encouraged to bring a lawn chair, sit for a while, and visit with your Jerome neighbors while enjoying ice cream. In case of rain the ice cream will be available in the fellowship hall on the lower level of the church which is accessible by elevator. Donations will be accepted but are neither expected or requested. The Village Library will also be open during this event so please stop by!
The Village Board has designated several streets as snow emergency routes, meaning vehicles cannot be parked on the road when a snow emergency is declared. This allows snow plows to move through narrow streets unimpeded. Along with Homewood Court, Barbara Court, Reed Court, Scott Court and West Grand Court, the west side of Lincoln Avenue has recently been designated a snow emergency route. Please help out our Public Works staff by observing these designations. Vehicles left on these roads will be towed.
Police chiefs from across Illinois came to the Old State Capitol building in Springfield on March 22nd. They all signed onto a set of shared principles with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The shared principles can be read here.
The village Spring Bulletin has been published. Read it here.