CALENDAR OF EVENTS click for link You will find on the calendar, a list of the upcoming events in Maroa. If you have anything you would like to add to the calendar, email Diane Edwards, City Clerk, at
Here is a link to sign up electronically by email for your vehicle registration renewal IL SOS
Maroa Police Department Vacancy notice - click link for information You may submit your resume, application and ask any questions at
- click for application
June 24, 2016 - The City of Maroa has been chosen for WCIA's Our Town feature. WCIA will be here live 4 pm to 7 pm on the corner of Main and Locust Streets. WCIA will make stops at The Uptown Cafe during the morning show starting at 6 am, and during the day at various other businesses and film live. Please come out on June 24 and show your pride and support for Maroa.
The weeks schedule for features on WCIA Channel 3
Sun 10 pm - Maroa Lumber (oldest building in town)
Mon 5 pm - History of town
Mon 6 pm - The Uptown Cafe where everyone eats for lunch
Tues 5 pm - MF Student who went to nationals for spelling and history
Tues 6 pm - Four Winds and family camping
Weds 5 pm - Board that lists people serving in military
Weds 6 pm - Dave Hughes who had tree stump carved to look like Indian head
Thurs 5 pm - The Fireplace (event venue renovated from old city hall)
Thurs 6 pm - Police chief retiring after 30+ years with department
Macon County Environmental Management click for link
Maroa Christian Church Services - click on link for more information
Food pantry dates and time for 2016 click link
ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO UTILITY TAX INCREASE CLICK FOR LINK Revised ordinance click
City of Maroa Budget 2016/17 click link
Uptown Cafe hours are 6 am to 2 pm Monday through Saturday. 6 am to 8 pm on Friday's.
Here is a link to the Facebook page for The Uptown Cafe click for link
Maroa Liberty Festival Flyer click link
The Liberty Festival is still in need of vendors. Booth space is available for $30 - $100. All proceeds go back to the Maroa Youth League. For more information you may email Danee Stuart at
If you or someone you know in Maroa Township needs help with food insecurity, please call Kathy 217.794.3780 or Joyce 217.794.5975.
The Maroa Youth League is looking for new members!! You do not have to have children to become a member of the Maroa Youth League. We meet the first Sunday of each month at the Maroa Library. If you are interested in becoming a member, please email
Rhonda Braden is setting up a 5K run for Cystic Fibrosis in memory of Shelby Clifton. For more information, contact Rhonda at 217.841.7330.
The Maroa Fire Department is a great way to give back to your community. If you are interested in joining the Fire Department, please see any volunteer for more information or contact the Firehouse at 217.794.3375.
2016 COUNCIL MEETING DATES CLICK LINK
2016 ZONING BOARD MEETING DATES CLICK LINK
American Street Dreams, Inc., located at 120 N Wood Street, here in Maroa, IL, brings a part of history back to Maroa.
On November 6, 2015, American Street Dreams Inc., (of Maroa, IL) won at auction, 4 of 6 nostalgic outdoor gas station signs. These signs were previously owned and displayed for the last 30 years at Norm Huff’s home, along the west side of Route 51 in Clinton, IL. The gas brands purchased by American Street Dreams, Inc. were DX, Gulf, Mobil and Texaco.
American Street Dreams, Inc. is a collector, vehicle restoration and Hot Rod shop, residing in Maroa for the last 17 years. In keeping with their theme, they purchased the 4 nostalgic signs, refurbished each with new wiring, painting the base structures and all new bulbs.
On January 12, 2016, the signs were erected in American Street Dreams, Inc.’s lot, just south of their main building, at 120 N. Wood Street, Maroa, IL. This is the same building and lot previously owned by the late Bob Linehart, of Maroa, IL, and is where he once owned and operated an Oliver Dealership, as well as, a Gulf Station. The Gulf sign that was installed in January, stands approximately 3 feet from where the original Gulf sign stood.
American Street Dreams, Inc.’s intentions are to restore the nostalgic theme of years gone by, and create awareness to a past era by bringing the Gulf sign back, as well as, to peek interest with the enhancement of all the signs while giving a drive by picture opportunity. You can view a video of the signs being installed online at: https://www.facebook.com/dreamcarscometrue
The signs look even better at night. Cruise by, take a look, and post your thoughts on the above
Facebook page. American Street Dreams, Inc. looks forward to hearing from you.
American Street Dreams, Inc. Signage #1
American Street Dreams, Inc. Signage #2
American Street Dreams, Inc. Signage #3
American Street Dreams, Inc. Signage #4
Maroa Forsyth High School FFA News
Please note the attached news release regarding the recent announcement of local Farm Credit Fresh Perspectives honorees.
Illinois hosts eight of the top 100 honorees in the nation.
All Farm Credit Illinois news releases are available at: www.farmcreditIL.com/newsreleases
Word document and .pdf versions and a high resolution photo can also be found here: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/b482rzj2n9g51/Fresh_Perspectives
The community Business Directory is on our site! If you would like your business or service added to the directory please contact City Clerk, Diane Edwards at