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|Illini Community Hospital The Illini Community Hospital is located at 640 W. Washington in Pittsfield.
Pittsfield’s health care needs are met through a variety of providers.
Illini Community Hospital provides general and intensive inpatient care,
ambulance, emergency room, radiology, laboratory, and respiratory services
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Rehabilitative and ambulatory care services are
also available. In addition, there are a number of general practice and specialty
physicians, dentists, optometrists, and chiropractors located in Pittsfield.Contact: Kathy Hull
|Senior Citizen Center The Pike County Senior Citizens Center, located in Pittsfield,
Illinois, provides transportation, information and referral
services to the Senior population of Pike County. The center
offers a venue for a variety of activities for Seniors. Whether
it’s playing cards, bingo, van trips, dance classes, or country
and gospel music shows…. the possibilities are endless.The center is available to rent for private parties and functions,
and not just for Seniors. Whether it is a crowd that requires an
auditorium, or a small birthday party or wedding shower, we
have the space to accommodate. Please call for more information.For more information on what the Pike County Senior Citizens
Center can do for you:
Contact: Lorie Guthrie
|City HallLocated at 215 N. Monroe, Pittsfield, IllinoisContact: Cindy Prentice
|Municipal Building Location of City Departments – Street & Alley and Gas & WaterLocated at 702 N. Monroe Street in Pittsfield, Illinois.Contact: Jeff Griggs & Bruce McKee
|Pike County Jail Located in Pittsfield at the corner of
N. Monroe and E. Adams Streets.
Address is 204 E. Adams.Contact: Sheriff Paul Petty
|East Side Health & Rehabilitation Center Located at 1400 East Washington in Pittsfield, Illinois.Contact: Teresa Bauer
|Liberty Village of Pittsfield Located at 610 Lowry Street in Pittsfield, Illinois.Contact: Gina Edwards
|Pittsfield Public LibraryLocated at 205 N. Memorial.The library in it’s earliest
form started in 1855 with 40 members and 400 volumes.
Among the first trustees was John G. Nicolay, then editor of
a local newspaper and later to become personal secretary to
President Abraham Lincoln. The library had several locations
around the square until this building was completed in 1907.
Andrew Carnegie donated $7000 for the present facility in 1906.
Mrs. Chauncy Higbee, wife of a local Judge donated the lot for the
new building as well as pictures and cork carpeting for the children’s
room. The building was opened to the public on May 9th, 1907.In 1937 Fred Jones, formerly of Pike County, bequeathed 5,000
volumes from his personal library, and he also gave $25,000 to
constuct an annex to house them. Frank Jones, his brother, was
married to Nellie Grant Sartoris, who was General Grants daughter.
Because of this connection, the Library has several items relating to
the Grant family. Today the library has 23,000 volumes and 1634
members. It provides home bound book service, casettes, has an
interlibrary loan program, large print books, magazines, microfilm
with a reader and printer, paperback exchange, reference materials,
talking books, videos, audio books, internet access, genealogy material
and story hour. In one of the Library nooks stands a grandfather clock
made by Thomas jackson, a Horologist from London England. The clock
was made in the early 1700′s making it over 300 years old.Contact: Sara Bernard
|Pike County Health Department Pike County residents benefit from additional medical services
provided by the Pike County Health Department. Their
medicare certified home health agency offers comprehensive
home health and home support services. Environmental health
programs include food vendor, private well, and septic system
inspections. Among the public heath programs provided are
immunizations, maternal child health, WIC, chronic disease
prevention and screening, family planning, and teen health
promotion. Hospice services are provided by Blessing Hospital in Quincy.Contact: Anita Andres
|Pittsfield Fire DepartmentPittsfield’s fire department is staffed by thirty volunteer members.
Equipment includes four fire engines, a tanker, a rescue van, and
a brush truck. Water storage in the city is 1.1 million gallons.Contact: Jason White
|City Police Department Police protection for the residents of Pittsfield is provided by three
agencies. Illinois State Police District 20 headquarters and the
Pike County Sheriff’s department are both located in Pittsfield.
The city also has a full time police force of 6 officers.Contact: Dennis Jennings
|Pike County Visitor CenterLocated at 224 W. Washington, Pittsfield.
The facility houses the Chamber of Commerce and Pittsfield Main Street. Ofices. Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5 p.m., closed for lunch. A 24-hour foyer is available with information regarding Griggsville, Barry, Pleasant Hill, and Pittsfield, as well as State of Illinois maps, telephone books, and Pike County Visitors Guides. There is a large Illinois map and Pike County Plat Map framed and hung for visitors to utilize. The main Visitors Center hosts a multitude of information for all of Pike County regarding events,
businesses, activities, attractions, etcPhone: 217-285-2971