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Geneva's Monthly Brush Program Starts In April
Geneva residents looking to tidy up their yard this spring should take note that the City’s 2015 brush collection starts in April. Read on...
Demolition Of Former Cetron Factory To Take Place This Spring
Construction crews have started demolition on the former Cetron factory on Monday, March 23. Read on...
Overhead Electric Wire Replacement Program To Start This Spring
Overhead electric wires and select utility poles are scheduled to be replaced in several areas across Geneva this spring starting the week of March 23. Read on...
Residents Invited To Coyote Awareness Workshop
Geneva residents wanting to learn how to live with coyotes in our area can attend a community workshop at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 30 at the City’s Public Works Department, 1800 South St. Read on...
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Write Governor So We Can Provide Key Services
City LogoGeneva residents could see a noticeable impact to some key City services and programs if Gov. Bruce Rauner’s call to reduce the municipal share of the state income tax revenue by 50 percent comes to fruition.

The state income tax equals 12 percent of the City’s General Fund Budget, which pays for critical services such as police and fire protection, ambulance service, street and sidewalk maintenance and snow plowing. The proposed $1 million cut – or 6 percent of the General Fund budget – could impact those services as well as other important programs.

Email the Governor and local state legislators and implore them to leave people’s tax dollars here at home where they directly affect quality of life in Geneva.

Read more info on the impact of the proposed income tax revenue cuts.