The City of Oregon is committed to ensuring that all homes have access to water during the COVID-19 pandemic. We can guarantee that no home will lose access to water and will suspend scheduled shut offs in March. If your household has difficulty paying the water bill on time, please contact City Hall (815-732-6321) to
Click HERE for public notice regarding operations, billing, and customer service during CORVID-19 health emergency.
List of Bars & Restaraunts 3-20-20 3/21/20 Here is a current list of local restaurants continuing to provide food services. While dine-in is not allowed, restaurants may provide delivery, pick up, call in / carry-out orders, or even order at the counter and carry out. Check the list to see which services are provided by each
February -Plant of the Year 2019 award
Brush & Yard Waste Pickup 2020
Today, April 1, 2020, Census Day is observed nationwide. By today, most homes should have received an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. Oregon benefits only by all residents reporting their presence. By doing so, we will benefit from a larger share of state and federal funds provided to towns and cities across Illinois.
Timeline for Census 2020 Attached is the Timeline for Census Information When you receive the Census Form and you need assistance filling it out the Rock River Center will be able to help on Tuesday and Thursday. Call 732-3252 for the hours they are available.
Due to the extensive storm damage: The Street Department will be doing a full brush pick up on Thursday August 13th, 2020. Reminder: 1) Brush is branches larger than 1 inch in diameter. 2) Place brush piles parallel to the street as close to the curb as possible but not in the street. 3) Brush
City Council Agenda 8-11-20
City Council Agenda 9-8-2020
10-13-20 Council Agenda
The lobby of City Hall will remain closed until further notice. We will be going to new hours of operation starting 07/13/2020 Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Conversations with the mayor over a free cup of coffee in a relaxed casual setting. Learn what’s happening in town and share your opinions as well. First Fridays, from 9 – 10 September 7, October 5, November 2, and December 7.
COVID 19 Response Press Release Comcast March 20th 2020Comcast 2 months free March 20, 2020
ComEd-Consumer Fraud All-Purpose Copy July 2019Comed-Consumer Fraud Fact Sheet July 2019
PUBLIC NOTICE-Public Hearing for CMAAA Lease March 10, 2020
Public Health Department Notice : RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING SUSPENSION OF PUBLIC EVENTS NewsRelease_COVID19_3-12-20
Council meeting dates 2020 Holidays 2020
ECDC Agenda May 2020
Flushing Hydrants 2020
Per Ogle County Highway Department: Construction on the improvements to 5th St and Jefferson St in the City of Oregon will begin on Tuesday, May 12th. The work will include curb & gutter replacement, sidewalk replacement and pavement resurfacing on Jefferson St from 4th St (IL Route 2) to 6th St, and on 5th St
*Subject to change as we continue to develop plans. City of Oregon News Release 05-27-20
Nicor has reached out to us and provided the following information on their energy assistance programs. Please share with anyone who may need some help. – Darin DeHaan, City Administrator Nicor Energy Assistance
It’s Solicitor’s time if you don’t want them coming to your house attached is a card you can print out or they are available at City Hall. You can also call City Hall to see if they are registered. Solicitors Door hanger
Monday October 19th, 2020 10am-11:30am St. Mary’s Church Parking Lot 300 N. 3rd Street, Oregon, IL 61061
Parking after snow fall
Plan Commission Agenda 10-20-20
Press Release – Lee Ogle Counties Phased ReOpening (002)
Below is the public notice for the city’s purchase of real estate as described within the document. Public Notice – Purchase of Real Estate
PUBLIC NOTICE-Public Hearing forPines Road Corridor District April 21st, 2020
WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECT The City of Oregon has begun construction of new water mains on 10th Street from Jefferson Street to Clay Street, Adams Street from 10th Street to 9th Street, 8th Street from Clay Street to Pines Road, and Madison Street from 8th Street to 7th Street. The project also includes the