Utica, Illinois Village Board news
Utica Police Chief Rod Damron announced the purchase of two illuminated speed signs
Utica’s mayor is increasingly optimistic of making his fingers-crossed goal of moving from the Village Hall to the new municipal complex by year’s end.
If you smelled something foul overnight in Utica, the village wants you to know it was not a sewage discharge into the Illinois River.
A sea of visitors and vehicles have made life busier for Utica police but now a companion issue has arisen: A growing number of pedestrians.
There's been a change in Utica and at Starved Rock State Park: more families with young children. Precision marketing and the pandemic are luring more young families into the parks.
The new Country Kids Produce Market is nearing completion in Utica and the business is beginning sales on weekends as work wraps up.
Contractors have completed most of the structural improvements inside Utica’s new municipal complex – some walls have been added and some have come down – and now the painting begins.
Utica will have a seasonal, Wild West-themed “animal experience,” including a petting zoo, to be located south of the Illinois and Michigan Canal.
Utica is bracing for larger-than-normal turnout at this year’s Independence Day fireworks celebration on Friday, July 2, and police are advising visitors of special traffic patterns observed after the event is concluded.
Would Utica admit a cannabis grower or dispensary? The village took up that question in late 2019, but the pandemic halted any action. Now, they’ll look at it anew.