Spring Valley, Illinois City Council news
Spring Valley is looking to crack down on strays of the four-legged and four-wheeled variety, as its City Council passed ordinances prohibiting free-roaming dogs and abandoned vehicles at its regular meeting Monday.
The Spring Valley City Council awarded a business redevelopment grant for a prospective restaurant Monday.
The Spring Valley City Council awarded a $40,482.90 contract to Advanced Asphalt Company of Princeton for the pavement of the city parking lot.
The Spring Valley City Council approved a fast-tracked repair and demolition proceeding against a downtown property and committed to a project aimed at safer travel to and from John F. Kennedy Elementary School at its regular meeting Monday.
Spring Valley Mayor Melanie Malooley Thompson shares thoughts on her first 100 days in office.
The Spring Valley Council awarded a pair of Business Revitalization Grants on Monday.
An emergency expense of just more than $6,000 to support ongoing work on the city’s sewer lines was approved Monday by the Spring Valley City Council.
The Spring Valley City Council will readdress a pair of contributions next year, after taking a pass on making them Monday.
Spring Valley has a new alderman: Jennifer Diaz will take Fred West’s seat on the City Council.
Spring Valley will be seeking a neighborhood improvement grant.