City of Batavia
100 N Island Ave
Batavia, IL 60510-1931
City of Batavia News
Kane County is closing electronics recycling drop-off locations for two days this week due to the extreme weather.
Parking on Batavia streets is banned from the period beginning Saturday, January 26th, through Wednesday, January 30th resuming on Thursday, January 31st.
Are you affected by the partial federal government shutdown? Batavia has many services to fill in the gaps until your paycheck arrives.
The City of Batavia’s water distribution system is an aging infrastructure system which requires continual maintenance and improvements to maintain good operating conditions.
One offender released on parole during the third quarter lives near Illinois zip code 60510, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Kane County Reporter.
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This is community and networking event for people involved in sustainable business, environmental and social causes, local and organic food, green architecture and design, education, media, communications, construction, clean energy and more
As part of the City of Batavia’s refuse contract, Advanced Disposal will be picking up live Christmas trees on residents’ regular collection dates.
Effective Jan. 1, 2019, the Illinois Department of Labor will enforce three new state labor laws.
Refuse collection will be delayed by one day during the weeks of December 24 and December 31
All-new safety signage system installed near Batavia Dam.
Five offenders released on parole during the second quarter live near Illinois zip code 60510, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Kane County Reporter.
On Tuesday, 12/18, there will be a temporary road closure in the 300 block of N. Prairie St. around noontime for a contractor tree removal
The new budget proposed by City of Batavia calls for $132.5 million in expenditures in fiscal year 2019, which is 3.3 percent less than what this year’s budget provides.
The curbside Leaf Collection Program resumed on Tuesday, December 4, after being suspended due to the recent blizzard.
The City Clerk of Batavia, Ellen Posledni, has announced the petition filing process for elected city positions that will be on the April 2019 ballot.
The United States Census Bureau is seeking people to join the regional Census Bureau team, and is currently hiring.
Heavy rains are predicted this weekend, which will produce melting snow and runoff.
Some street signs in Batavia and area thoroughfares have been obscured due to heavy snows and plowing.
Due to the snowstorm, residential refuse collection will be delayed