Teutopolis


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.

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Petitions for the upcoming Consolidated Primary Election to be held on February 28, 2017 are now available and can be picked up at the Teutopolis Village Hall during normal business hours and circulated beginning August 30, 2016.

Filing period for these petitions is November 21, 22, 23 and 28, 2016. Petitions will not be accepted November 24 and 25 due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. One (1) Village President seat and Three (3) Village Trustees seats will be up for election. Any questions contact Sharon at the Village Hall, 217-857-3543.
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Mark your calendars !!! The Teutopolis Park District will be presenting the movie "Inside Out" on Saturday, August 27th at the Teutopolis Community Park. The fun will begin at 7 p.m. with hot dogs, popcorn, and bottled water (while they last). The movie will begin at dusk. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. There will be designated areas for both (blankets in front, chairs in back) so everyone can see.

Everything is FREE !!! ... It's our way of saying "Thank You" to the Teutopolis Community, especially those who participate in our programs.
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The Teutopolis Park District is aware of the Excessive Heat Warning for the next few days. The park district does NOT cancel games due to the heat; however, if a parent strongly feels that his/her child should not play, that parent should contact the coach at least 2 hours prior to the game to let the coach know that his/her child will not be playing. If the coach determines that the team does not have enough players to play the game, that coach should contact Kent Niebrugge, the Program Director, to cancel the game.

If a child is going to play, parents should take the proper precautions. Each player should have a water bottle to stay hydrated. A towel in a small cooler of ice water to wipe their face and arms down to stay cool is also a good idea. If a player begins to not feel well, that player should notify his/her coach immediately. The park district wants to give the kids the opportunity to play but, also wants the kids to be safe.

Canceling a game is never an easy decision. People get upset when you cancel a game. People get upset when you don’t. In this situation, the park district is letting the parents decide what is appropriate for their child.
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Update: Cardboard is not accepted at the site in Newton.
Since Teutopolis no longer accepts cardboard or tin cans for recycling here are two places that will:
-Centenary Methodist Church in Effingham has 2 dumpsters on their parking lot. One is marked cardboard only and the other takes steel cans.
-In Newton there is a recycling dumpster at 1704 W Jourdan (Rt 33). This is just across the street from the John Deere dealer and just east of the new Cobblestone Hotel right off of Rt. 33 There is a dumpster there that accepts clear glass (nothing colored).
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 Yard Waste – Village Residents Only

Village residents can dispose of yard waste the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the Month April through November from 8 am – Noon.

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