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Board of Fire and Police Commissioners Meeting - CANCELLED
Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
Plan Commission Meeting - CANCELLED
CTIS Committee Meeting
Board of Fire and Police Commissioners Meeting
Joliet Historical Preservation Commission Committee-of-the-Whole
Historic Preservation Award: Nominations Due Soon!
Nominations for the Annual Joliet Historic Preservation Award are due March 1, 2019. The City of Joliet bestows this annual award, which recognizes properties that have undergone recent exterior and/or interior preservation, restoration, rehabilitation, adaptive use, or sympathetic additions.
From the Office of Joliet Mayor O’Dekirk Regarding the DesPlaines River I-80 Bridge
Statement from Joliet Mayor O'Dekirk regarding the IDOT report on the structural integrity of the Interstate Highway 80 bridge over the DesPlaines River and his action plan in the event of full or partial failure of the bridge structure.
Bridge Weight Restriction
The Illinois Department of Transportation would like to alert motorists traveling in the Joliet area that the Jackson Street Bridge over the Des Plaines River will be restricting single vehicles to 23 tons and combination vehicles to 41tons.
Lane Closures Approaching Moveable Bridges in Joliet Beginning Feb. 5
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, daytime lane closures will impact the moveable bridges over the Des Plaines River at Ruby Street (Illinois 53), Jackson Street, Cass Street (westbound U.S. 30), Jefferson Street (eastbound U.S. 30), McDonough Street (U.S. 6/U.S. 52) and Brandon Road.
EXTREME Cold in Forecast-Service Cancellations & Cold Weather Tips
Current forecasts for the next 36 hours in Joliet and the surrounding communities call for potentially record breaking cold temperatures and life-threatening wind chills. Read on for cancellations and cold weather tips...
Low Temps in the Forecast for Joliet & Will County
Extreme cold is in the forecast for the City of Joliet and Will County for the next several days. Temperatures for the next three days are expected to be in the single digits with wind chill values as low as -25 due to winds gusting as high as 30mph.