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Man Charged With Assault, Battery In Connection With Delnor Hospital Incident
A Campton Hills man has been taken into custody in Indiana and now faces several felony charges in connection with an alleged attack of a relative at Delnor Hospital Jan. 27. Read on...
Geneva Residents Can Schedule Free Home Pickup For Hazardous Waste Materials
Geneva residents looking to safely dispose of motor oil, old paint cans or other hazardous household waste materials can conveniently schedule to have them collected right at their front door. Read on...
Route 31 ‘Road Diet’ Open Houses Scheduled
Before Batavia Avenue goes on a “diet,” the public is encouraged to weigh in on a proposed lane reconfiguration to a segment of Route 31. Read on...
Winter Newsletter: Catch Up On All Things Geneva
The City of Geneva's Winter Newsletter has been shipped out with plenty of news and information you can use to get through the season. Read on...
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Share Your Thoughts On The Rte 31 'Road Diet'
How would you feel if Route 31 went on a diet? This could happen after IDOT plans to resurface the road from Elizabeth Place south into Batavia starting this spring. 

A citizen group working with their ward alderman originally Route 31 Road Dietproposed an idea to the City about a "road diet," which would reduce the number of traffic lanes from four to two (plus a center turn lane).

The proposed "road diet" area would start just north of Fabyan Parkway to Elizabeth Place. The lane configuration striping would be done following IDOT's resurfacing work.

How can you make your voice heard about this project? Easy. Attend one of the open houses (Jan. 28 & Feb. 4) or take time to review the proposed plans and share your thoughts with us via the "road diet" webpage.