Geneva residents can get the latest information on City's curbside leaf collection, the resumption of commuter parking fees, recommended Halloween trick-or-treating hours, and plenty more with the City’s fall newsletter, which was distributed to subscribers Oct. 6.
Readers also can learn about Geneva's brush and yard waste programs, mark their calendars for fall events, check out new businesses that now call Geneva home, and get an update on IDOT's East State Street reconstruction project.
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We hope people enjoy reading the City’s latest newsletter. Happy fall Geneva!