Temporary Street Closure The North Bound Lane of Grove Street will be temporarily closed 04/22/24 from 1:30 - approximately 4pm.
about 23 hours ago, Ann Moffit
New signage at City Hall!
8 days ago, Gary Mendenhall
city hall
city hall
We were honored to participate in the CASA child abuse awareness event today on the courthouse lawn. Mayor Mendenhall proclaims April as Child Abuse Awareness month and urges all residents to join in efforts to raise awareness, prevent child abuse, and support the well-being of our community's children. And remember see something, say something.
8 days ago, Ann Moffit
Child Abuse Proclamation Presentation
Mayor Child abuse speech
SRO Weir child abuse speech
The 2024 Illinois spring Rainbow Trout fishing season will open at King Park Lagoon on Saturday, April 6 at 5:00AM. Giveaways for youth anglers will begin at 8:00AM.  Fishing poles, tackle boxes, and fishing regulations booklets will be given out while supplies lasts. Thanks to our sponsors! Quail and Upland Management Association Pikeland Motors City of Pittsfield Illinois Department of Natural Resources The daily harvest limit for each angler is five trout.  All anglers must have a fishing license and an inland trout stamp unless they are younger than 16, blind or disabled, or are an Illinois resident on leave from active duty in the Armed Forces. The Illinois Catchable Trout Program receives funding support by those who use the program through the sale of inland trout stamps. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources stocks more than 80,000 rainbow trout each year in bodies of water where trout fishing is permitted during the spring season.
18 days ago, Ann Moffit
trout fishing
We have received the following update from our Municipal Aggregate Program: "Since our initial meeting, We have been working with Homefield to secure approval to move forward. We were notified late yesterday they have received internal approval to move forward with the group. We are now waiting for final pricing and term length options to share with the group. Market pricing has begun to move up from the low point we discussed and we are working diligently at securing the best possible rates and terms throughout this week. Our goal is to have a more detailed communication early to mid next week once rates and term options are finalized, followed by a signing date of late next week or early the following week. We will keep you updated." You may have received a letter from Constellation. You do not need to take any action to remain on the city aggregate program and will switch automatically to Homefield when we have finalized the contract. The current Constellation rate is .121/kWh we anticipate that the Homefield rate will be approximately .08/kWh
20 days ago, Ann Moffit
Happy Birthday to Police Chief Mike Starman, hope you have a great day!
20 days ago, Gary Mendenhall
***Boil Order Lifted *** DATE: April 2, 2024 FROM: City of Pittsfield Utilities Superintendent Shane Allen The boil order issued March 29, 2024, affecting 500 block of East Washington St. East to East Side Health & Rehabilitation Center, including Washington Ct. Pringles St. and Liberty Ct. has been lifted. Laboratory sampling confirms that water quality has been fully restored. You may return to normal use of your water service. Please call our office at 217-285-6850 if you have any questions or need further information.
21 days ago, Shane Allen
Boil Order DATE: March 29, 2024 AFFECTED AREA: 500 block of East Washington St., East to East Side Health & Rehabilitation Center. This includes Washington Ct. Pringles St. and Liberty Ct. (see attached Map) At about 10:00 AM on March 28, 2024, the City of Pittsfield water system in the affected area lost pressure due to a water main break repair. This caused the affected area to lose volume and fall below the 20 Psi threshold. The BOIL ORDER will remain in effect until laboratory sampling confirms that water quality has been fully restored. You will receive notification at that time. Bring tap water to a rolling boil, boil for five minutes, and cool before using. Or use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing food until further notice.
25 days ago, Shane Allen
Boil Order
The city has a water main break along E Washington just West of the nursing home Customers in that area may experience low water pressure until repairs are completed. We have a crew on the way to make the needed repairs.
25 days ago, Tom Reinhardt
City Hall will be closed March 29, 2024.
25 days ago, Ann Moffit
Closed March 29
City Lake Campgrounds opening April 12, 2024!
29 days ago, Ann Moffit
Campground Opening
Congratulations on your retirement Janet! We will miss you but are so excited for you! Thank you for all of your service to the City of Pittsfield!
29 days ago, Ann Moffit
Rohn Retirement
The new burn pile will open 03/26/24! Dates and Hours open will be Tuesday & Thursday 8am-3pm, 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month 8am - 12pm excluding City Holidays. Directions: From Hwy 54 - Turn East on 270th Avenue (Lake Pittsfield Road) travel approximately 1.5 miles, just past the bridge turn North through the red gate on the North (left) side of the road, and follow the gravel road which will end at the new dump site. Please back to the edge of the gravel and dump on the dirt. The map shows the exact location. We will have brush pick up on March 25 and resume normal brush pick up on the first Monday of the month beginning in April.
about 1 month ago, Ann Moffit
Burn Pile Location
Busy times at City Hall, retiring employees sharing their knowledge with new employees! Kim and Janet will be missed! Thank you for your service to our community... Please welcome Holly and Melissa, we could not ask for better people to take the reigns!
about 1 month ago, Gary Mendenhall
clerks office
Applications are being accepted for Summer Workers at City of Pittsfield.
about 1 month ago, Ann Moffit
Summer Worker Ad
Join our team as a Seasonal Park Ranger at Lake Pittsfield Campgrounds
about 1 month ago, Ann Moffit
Park Ranger Help Wanted
UPDATE: 03/15/24 The dog park is open. The dog park will be closed for the next couple days so we can apply fertilizer.
about 1 month ago, Tom Reinhardt
City Wide Clean-Up Coming Soon!
about 1 month ago, Ann Moffit
City Wide Clean Up
TEMPORARY ALLEY CLOSURE The following alleys will be closed on March 12, 2024: The North / South Alley East of Farmers State Bank from Adams to Jefferson Street The East 1/2 of the East/ West Alley North of City Hall.
about 1 month ago, Ann Moffit
Honoring the Legacy of Former Mayor John Hayden Dear Citizens of Pittsfield, It is with heavy hearts that we bid farewell to a beloved leader, former Mayor John Hayden. Mayor Hayden's dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment to the betterment of Pittsfield have left an indelible mark on our city. In honor of Mayor Hayden's remarkable contributions, we come together as a community to celebrate his life and legacy. Throughout his tenure, Mayor Hayden demonstrated exceptional leadership, guided by a vision of progress, inclusivity, and prosperity for all residents of Pittsfield. Mayor Hayden was one of our longest-serving mayors for the City of Pittsfield. He will be best remembered for fostering a vibrant cultural scene, bolstering economic opportunities, and strengthening the fabric of our neighborhoods. Mayor Hayden's tireless advocacy for education, public safety, and civic engagement has left an enduring impact on generations to come. As we mourn the loss of Mayor John Hayden, let us also celebrate his life, his accomplishments, and the profound impact he has had on the City of Pittsfield. Together, let us honor his memory by continuing to work towards the vision of a more vibrant, inclusive, and prosperous Pittsfield for all. Sincerely, Gary Mendenhall Mayor https://www.nieburfh.com/obituary/John-Hayden
about 2 months ago, Ann Moffit