Geneva City Hall and other City facilities will remain closed to the public during May after the Governor extended Illinois’ “stay at home” order for another month due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The City continues to provide public safety and essential services to the community, however, due to reduced staffing levels and some employees working from home, there may be a delay in responding to non-emergency inquiries. For the latest information regarding the City’s COVID-19 response, visit the City’s website.
Geneva will suspend City Council and all City advisory board meetings effective immediately until the “stay at home” order extension is lifted in its entirety or amended to allow for gatherings where proper social distancing guidelines can be maintained.
The City of Geneva will continue to follow the parameters outlined in the “stay at home” order and encourages the public to do the same. Once signed, the Governor’s new executive order, which includes modifications impacting both people and businesses effective Friday, May 1, will be posted on the City’s website.
In event news, the Concours d’Elegance car show scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 23 in downtown Geneva has been cancelled this year, according to organizers. For more information, visit the event’s website.