Curbside Leaf Collection

The Village of Oreana will be providing curbside leaf collection service next week. Weather permitting, collection will take place on Monday, November 22nd and Tuesday, November 23rd.

Streets east of the school will be collected on Monday. Areas to the west of the school will be collected on Tuesday.

Leaves should be brought to the curb before the designated day. No leaf bags, brush, or sticks will be accepted.

Please call the Village Office at 217-468-2476 with any questions.

November 17, 2021|

Emergency Alerts and Notifications

The Village of Oreana uses the Macon County Emergency Alerts and Notification system to communicate about village emergencies such as boil orders, road closures, parking restrictions, etc.

The system gives you an option of receiving a phone call, text, or e-mail in the event of a notification. To sign up, visit

November 1, 2021|

Mosquito Spraying

During months of high mosquito usage, the Village of Oreana will be using a truck-mounted fogger to spray insecticide to control mosquitoes. The Village uses a licensed vendor to perform this work.

The spraying will generally start around 9:00 PM and will take place a few evenings a month at most. The Village will post a notice on Facebook and send out a message through the Macon County Emergency Alerts and Notifications system 24-48 hours in advance. To subscribe to the notifications, click here.

Please see the below fact sheet from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for additional information. For additional questions, please call the Village Office at 468-2476.


July 21, 2021|

PUBLIC NOTICE – Water Tower Construction


Village of Oreana

You may soon notice some construction activity around our Village! We are making improvements to the Oreana water system. The planned improvements include constructing a new 150,000-gallon elevated water storage tower and demolishing the existing 50,000-gallon water storage tower in the Village.

Funding for this project is provided by a low-interest loan from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency’s Public Water Supply Loan Program (PWSLP). The PWSLP is funded by both state and federal resources. The cost of the project is $1,638,790.00. The approved loan amount is $1,578,642.85 with an interest rate of 1.01% to be repaid over 20 years. For more information, please contact Mayor Aaron Keathley at the Village Hall.


June 12, 2021|
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