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Posted on: March 4, 2021

Geneva Mourns The Loss Of Former Fire Chief Rosenfelder

Fire News - New Water Tower

The City of Geneva is mourning the loss of former Fire Chief William "Bill" Rosenfelder, 86, who died Feb. 24.Born in 1934, the lifelong Geneva resident graduated from Geneva High School in 1952. After college, Mr. Rosenfelder found his passion ...

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Geneva News
Posted on: March 3, 2021

City Offers Free Yard Waste Pickup For Two Weeks

Yard Waste Bags

Geneva residents will be able to get a head start on their spring yard work with free collection available for two weeks in March.The free yard waste disposal is part of the City’s refuse contract with Lakeshore Recycling Systems, Inc. Yard waste bags set...

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Geneva News
Posted on: March 2, 2021

Geneva Police Create Citizens At Risk Program

Police News - New Car

The Geneva Police Department announced a new initiative to assist residents who may be at risk of becoming lost, disoriented, or unable to find their way home on their own due to their special needs status.The Police Department’s Citizens At Risk Program ...

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Geneva News
Posted on: February 19, 2021

City Hosting 'The Fire This Time' Online Book Discussion

The Fire This Time Virtual Book Discussion

The community is invited to participate in a virtual discussion in March regarding the bestselling book “The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks About Race.”Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns and Traci O’Neal Ellis, the Illinois Math and Science Academy’s Chief...

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Geneva News
Posted on: February 3, 2021

Geneva City Council Approves 2021-22 Budget

Budget

The Geneva City Council unanimously approved a $102.9 million 2021-22 fiscal year budget, a 3.7% decrease from the current budget, during its Feb. 1 meeting.  The City's budget is a combination of 37 individual budgets, all having different purpo...

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Geneva News
Posted on: February 2, 2021

How To Prevent Frozen Water Pipes During The Winter

Frozen Water Pipe

When temperatures fall into the single digits this winter, the City wants to remind residents to take action to avoid frozen water lines.Most importantly, do not shut off heat to a home or business that is unoccupied. Water pipes will freeze and burst, ca...

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