to the official web site for the City
of Streator in the State of Illinois.
As Mayor, I invite citizens and all interested
persons to utilize this web site as a current and up-to-date source
of information regarding city government.
As time goes on, this web site will grow to include an abundance of
information such as municipal codes, downloadable forms, current
news, meetings, and agendas.
Thank you for visiting the City of Streator official web site.
Potential candidates can begin to circulate petitions beginning August 30, 2016 for two council positions. Election packets are available at our temporary City Hall location of #15 Northpoint Drive. The filing period runs from November 21st through November 28th. Twelve (12) signatures are necessary on the petitions.
Police Officer Application Announcement
Beginning Monday, August 15, 2016 applications will be available at City of Streator, City Hall (temporary), 16 North Point Drive, Streator, Illinois 61364 or available online at www.ci.streator.il.usthen select Our Departments, then Streator Police Department, then Streator Police Officer Candidate Testing.
Construction of the Streator Sewer Capacity Upgrade and Prafke Addition Sewer Projects were financed by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF). The SRF program is administered by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and receives a portion of its money to fund these types of projects from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These projects include the construction of a storm water detention pond north of the Prafke subdivision along Shabbona Street with a storm sewer outfall along Shabbona Street to the entrance of Marilla Park. In addition, manhole reconstruction and sewer lining will take place within the subdivision as well as along the Prairie Creek Interceptor sewer, along S. Vermilion Street, and along River Avenue. Once complete, it will improve water quality for area residents and businesses in the City. These benefits will be decreased potential for combined sewer overflows (CSOs) to the local receiving waters and decreased potential for basement sewer backups. SRF programs operate in each state to provide communities the resources necessary to build, maintain, and improve the infrastructure that protects one of our most valuable resources: water.