The City of Decatur is seeking bids from individuals, companies or organizations for removal of grass and weeds from lots owned by Macon County Trustee that have failed to comply… Read more about City of Decatur Seeking Bids for Mowing
City of Decatur crews will be working under an emergency repair work order in the northbound inside lane of the 1600 block of North 22nd Street repairing a sink hole… Read more about Emergency Roadwork Repair
City of Decatur crews will be repairing water services under a work order in the 1400 block of East Riverside Avenue beginning Monday, February 13, 2017. This repair work order… Read more about Emergency Repair Work – Street Closure
The Decatur City Council on Monday approved a citywide reorganization that will flatten the organization, lead to additional efficiencies and is anticipated to save city taxpayers in excess of $300,000… Read more about Council Approves Reorganization Plan
The Decatur Sister Cities Program is recruiting high school students for their summer exchange program to Seevetal, Germany, this summer. Spend two weeks with a host family visiting historical sites. … Read more about Decatur Sister Cities is Recruiting High School Students for their Summer Exchange Program to Seevetal, Germany, this summer.
Critical infrastructure work to repair sanitary and storm sewer systems and reduce nasty basement backups and sewer overflows on the city’s east and west sides received the go-ahead Tuesday night from… Read more about COUNCIL VOTES FOR INFRASTRUCTURE FIXES, HEARS PLAN FOR LIGHTING COST SAVINGS
You are invited to attend the City of Decatur’s Minority Contracting Forum set for 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at the Decatur Club located at 158 W. Prairie… Read more about Minority Contracting Forum Set for January 18, 2017
Phone service has been restored to the Civic Center, Municipal Services Center and the South Water Treatment plant. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
With the current precipitation on the roads, the roads are wet and freezing in many areas. The City street department has worked through the night and will continue to work… Read more about Police Urging Motorists to Stay Off Roads Unless Necessary Due to Wet, Freezing Roadways
Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. To Serve as Martin Luther King Day Luncheon Speaker Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. to Serve as Martin Luther King Day… Read more about Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. To Serve as Martin Luther King Day Luncheon Speaker