Teutopolis, Illinois
 is a place where people and neighbors still look after each other’s kids, watch over each other’s houses, and share laughter and good times together. Teutopolis is located within three miles of Effingham, in the “Heartland of America” and still thrives on the discipline and values that have made Teutopolis a success for 175 years. We have a small town atmosphere with a limitless entrepreneurial spirit, cultural heritage, rural character and natural environment with a positive environment for business and industry. Community service is alive and well in T-Town. The region’s natural beauty, coupled with abundant amenities, makes it an excellent place to live. Village President, Greg Hess, welcomes all to the community. To contact Greg you may call 217-663-2108 or message him by email.



Business of the Month

Community Support Systems

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Mark you calendars! Baby Huey Recycling will be at the Maintenance Building at 413 North Green Street in Teutopolis, Saturday, April 8th from 8-noon. No item can be dropped off early, left outside gate or after 12 noon on that day. Please follow these guidelines so this service can continue to be offerd to our community. Following are items that can be dropped off:
Washer and Dryers
Hot Water Heaters
Refrigerators & Freezers
Air Conditioners & Central Air Units
Electric Motors
Fax Machines, Computers and keyboards
Radios, VCR’s, CD &DVD Players, MP3 Players, Game Systems & Stereos
Cell Phones & Batteries
Cameras & Camcorders
Grills, Toasters, Lamps, Coffee Pots & Blenders
Cars and Car Parts
Lawn mowers
Bed Springs & Frames
Electric Pumps
Steel Doors (with or without glass)
Aluminum Windows (with or without glass)
Chop and Band Saws
Microwaves ($1.00 disposal fee)
Small TV’s ($5.00 disposal fee)
Big Screen and console TV’s ($10.00 disposal fee)
Computer Monitors ($5.00 disposal fee)
Printers and Copiers ($1.00 disposal fee)
Vaccums and Dehumidfiers ($1.00 disposal fee)
Paint ($1.00 per gallon )
No Tires
Anything that has a cord but cord must be attached.
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Community Support Systems (CSS) is our March business of the month! CSS began in 1962 by a group of individuals concerning the needs and lack of services for children with disabilities. It became incorporated and opened a day school for 12 students ages 6-21. From 1965 to 1970 the school for children with disabilities grew by leaps and bounds. As enrollment rose and the original students were becoming too old for the established programs, the need for additional facilities and programs became apparent. New buildings were rented or purchased including the Activity Center and the Opportunity Center (renovated from an old bowling alley) Community Support Systems is committed to securing for all people with disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play. Read their story and more about their mission here: teutopolis.com/business/business-of-the-month/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Reminder that the Traveling Help Desk of Congressman John Shimkus' will be at the Teutopolis Village Hall, 106 West Main Street, Wednesday, March 15, 2017 from 1:30 - 3:30 pm. Come talk to a member of his staff about any concerns you may have. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Teutopolis Park District will be having a pool party at the Workman Sports and Wellness Complex Aquatic Center on Friday, March 10th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Participants must sign in and get their hand stamped. Admission is free !!! ... It's our way of saying "Thank You" to the Teutopolis Community, especially those who participate in our programs. ... See MoreSee Less

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A small beagle dog wearing a shock collar was seen on West Water Street in Teutopolis. The collar came off the dog. If the beagle returns home and you need the collar please contact Mike Hewing. ... See MoreSee Less

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 Recyclable Items

We recycle! Donations are needed to sustain the program. To learn more about the drop box, the materials we accept, or to learn how to volunteer

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Area Recycling Event April 8th