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REMINDER - THE WATER BILLS ARE MAILED OR EMAILED OUT EACH MONTH. THE CITY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR NON RECEIPT OF WATER BILLS. YOU MAY REQUEST A NEW BILL BE SENT, YOU MAY CALL FOR YOUR BALANCE DUE OR YOU MAY CHECK ONLINE. ALL WATER BILLS ARE DUE BY THE 17TH OF EACH MONTH. PENALTY OF 15% IS ADDED ON THE 18TH OF EACH MONTH. THE FOURTH TUESDAY OF ODD MONTHS ARE SHUT OFF DAYS, AT 10 AM.
Welcome to Maroa, Illinois
See what Maroa has to offer…. Spencer Park, a distinguished School District and historic downtown. We have beautiful & historical homes.
Maroa was named after the Maroa Indians. The City was established in 1854. Maroa Township had its first settlers in 1839. Maroa is located between Clinton, Illinois and Forsyth, Illinois, on State Route 51, we are 174 miles southwest of Chicago, 146 miles northeast of St. Louis, Missouri, and 51 miles northeast of the State Capital and University of Illinois - Springfield, in Springfield, Illinois, 43 miles west of the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, 33 miles south of Bloomington/Normal, Illinois and home to Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University, and 8 miles north of Forsyth, Illinois and 14 miles from Decatur, Illinois. Maroa would be a great location for your business. The city has an established TIF District and Business District.
Maroa offers excellent services to all our citizens, there is a bi-monthly newsletter, we have a distinguished school district, the Middle and High School is in Maroa, we have a low crime rate, and many housing options. Spencer Park is a great park to visit and host your next reunion or family gathering. City Hall gym is also available for rent.
Maroa is a Great Place to Call Home.
Deep in the heart of the Prairie
In a spot graced by God,
Lies the beautiful town of Maroa
In the land of the goldenrod.
Her song is the laughter of children,
Her hope is her daily toil,
Her faith is the spirit of brotherhood,
Her Godsend, the good black soil.
Always and always she’ll be there
For Maroa will never die
Her jewel in the heart of the corn belt
With eyes toward God in the sky.
By Arthur Wayne Gray
Line up starts at 9 am at Maroa Forsyth HIgh School Parking lot. The parade starts at 10 am. Activities all day long. The fun ends with fireworks at dusk.