Village of Warrensburg

Warrensburg, Illinois  

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Incorporated 1880

Village Board of Trustees Meetings

         1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. (exceptions are holidays - meetings on following Tuesday) 





Since many persons use cell phones instead of land lines, it is important to keep your contact information up-to-date.  This aids the many departments in the Village should you need to be contacted for any reason.  Please take the time to jot your phone number on either your check or payment when paying your water/sewer bill.  This information is kept confidential and only shared with necessary entities within the Village.

 Until further notice, the Village Hall is closed to the public in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Only Village employees, trustees and our attorney will be permitted in the building.

Water bills can still be paid by several methods.  You can use the payment drop box to pay by check or cash.  If you use cash, it is requested that you include your payment stub with the payment.  Place it in a sealed envelope with your name and/or address on the envelope.       You can also pay by phone using your debit/credit card.  This process takes less than 2 minutes.  Simply call 217.672.3222

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.  We are trying to stay pro-active during this unusual time and the safety of our residents and staff are of utmost importance.

Please stay healthy!



Warrensburg Corn Festival         


July 23 - 25, 2020!!

The Village of Warrensburg is now able to accept your Visa, Mastercard or Discover card for payment of your utility bills.



Construction permits are required for any structure changes or additions.  This includes fencing & portable storage sheds.

Warrensburg Village Code reads "(b) No building, parking area or structure shall be erected, converted, enlarged, reconstructed or structurally altered without first obtaining a permit for such construction."


Warrensburg Village Code 8-7-2 states:  Open burning of landscape waste is permitted between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and sunset.  No fire may be lit or permitted to burn on any public street, sidewalk, pavement or alley, nor allowed to endanger people, buildings or structures.  Ditches & culverts are generally a part of the right-of-way for streets.  The landscape waste must be burned on the premises on which such waste was generated.  It must be constantly attended by a competent and responsible person until such burning is extinguished.

Parking Regulations:

Since Warrensburg was awarded the Safe Route To School grant and some new sidewalks will be established and hopefully some damaged ones will be repaired, it's a good reminder to avoid driving or parking on the sidewalks.  Village Code 11-3-2: No Parking Places:  At any time it shall be unlawful to permit any vehicle to stand in any of the following places, except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or in compliance with the directions of a police officer or traffic control device:  (L) On any sidewalk or parkway.     



Prescriptions which are no longer needed can be safely disposed of in a secure box located at the Village Hall.




Each and every person should be counted in the 2020 Census.  Many sources of revenue for the Village of Warrensburg are based on the Census count.  This could enable the Village to improve many services for the Village.  So when asked, please complete the 2020 Census.  You do count!                   


Information regarding Special Service Area Tax

If you are able to click on the link, you will find a letter from Chief Wheeler of the Warrensburg Police Department explaining the reasoning behind the Special Service Area Tax.  There will be a public hearing on Monday, July 23, 2018 at 6:00 at the Village Hall.

A couple of items were clarified after the Monday, July 23, 2018 meeting.  The addresses for the mailing came from the Macon County Clerk's Office.  The 60 day deadline for any type of petition presentment cannot be extended due to state statutes.  

Electors are designated as any registered voter - whether they are a property owner or a renter.