Village of Warrensburg

Warrensburg, Illinois  

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Incorporated 1880

Village Board of Trustees Meetings

         1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. (exceptions are holidays - meetings on following Tuesday) 





Warrensburg Corn Festival         


Keep checking for 2019 dates

The Village of Warrensburg is now able to accept your Visa, Mastercard or Discover card for payment of your utility bills.

                         BURNING REGULATIONS

Village Code 8-7-2 states:  Open burning of landscape waste is permitted between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and sunset.  No fire may be it or permitted to burn on any public street, sidewalk, pavement or alley, nor allowed to endanger people, buildings, or structures.  Ditches & culverts are generally a part of the right of way for streets.  The landscape waste must be burned on the premises on which such waste was generated.

It must be constantly attended by a competent and responsible person until such burning is extinguished.  

If you wish further details, you may visit the Village Hall for the complete ordinance.

             PLANTS & WEEDS

According to Village Ordinance 8-5-2:

It shall be unlawful for anyone to permit any weeds, grass or plants, other than trees, bushes, flowers or other ornamental plants, to grow to a height exceeding one foot (1') anywhere in the Village.  Any such plants or weeds exceeding such height are hereby declared to be a nuisance.               



Information regarding Special Service Area Tax

If you are able to click on the link, you will find a letter from Chief Wheeler of the Warrensburg Police Department explaining the reasoning behind the Special Service Area Tax.  There will be a public hearing on Monday, July 23, 2018 at 6:00 at the Village Hall.

A couple of items were clarified after the Monday, July 23, 2018 meeting.  The addresses for the mailing came from the Macon County Clerk's Office.  The 60 day deadline for any type of petition presentment cannot be extended due to state statutes.  

Electors are designated as any registered voter - whether they are a property owner or a renter.