ABOUT THE VILLAGE OF 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 since its establishment in 1839. 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.
The Second Phase of Prairie View Subdivision, located in the South east part of the Village, is now open and lots are for available for purchase. Packets with information on the subdivision can be picked up at the village hall during normal office hours or downloaded here. Any questions contact the village hall at 217-857-3543. We are excited about welcoming you to Teutopolis.
BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
Teutopolis State Bank
106 E Main St
Teutopolis State Bank opened its doors on August 1, 1905. Through the efforts of community members H.H. Hardiek, Barney Niemeyer, John L. Runde, J. H. Uptmor, H.J. Weber, and B. H. Wernsing, banking in Teutopolis was established. Originally named Bank of Teutopolis, the institution was reorganized in October of 1913 as Teutopolis State Bank, a state-chartered bank. The bank has seen three different locations in Teutopolis since it was first founded in 1905. Currently, Teutopolis State Bank is located at 106 East Main Street.