State & city services closings

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  • The Illinois Department of Natural Resources announced Monday morning the closure of all state parks, fish and wildlife areas, recreational areas, and historic sites.
  • The City of Clinton has cancelled all nonessential board and commission meetings through April 13.
  • East Moline Municipal Swimming Pool is closed until further notice. Check here for updates.
  • The City of Galesburg Spring Clean-up scheduled for April 6th – 10th has been cancelled. All Waste Management sites, including the Galesburg recycling drop-off site located at 1360 S. Henderson Street, are currently closed to public access. For more information, contact Waste Management at 309/343-0256.
  • Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White extended office closures, including Driver Services facilities statewide, through April 7. Expiration dates for driver’s licenses, ID cards, vehicle registrations and other transactions and document filings will be extended for the duration of the disaster proclaimed by Governor Pritzker and 30 days after the disaster ends. White encourages customers to take advantage of online services here.
  • Monmouth City Hall is closed to the public until March 30th.
  • City of Galesburg facilities, including Galesburg City Hall, will be closed to the public, effective March 19 – 31, 2020. City employees will continue to be available via phone or email. More information related to paying utilities and other services can be found here. UPDATE: City of Galesburg playgrounds, including the playground at Lombard Middle School, are closed until further notice. The Connie Nott Dog Park is also closed until further notice. Please enjoy other spaces in the parks, such as walking trails, which remain open at this time. All outdoor basketball courts will be closed beginning on April 2. UPDATE: All city owned outdoor tennis courts are closed. Also, all portable bathrooms (porta-potties) on city property are closed.
  • Scott County departments and offices are closed to the public starting March 18th. To reach the county or state offices located in county facilities, click here.
  • The City Of Davenport has limited access to City Hall, Davenport Police Department, Davenport Public Works, and River Center, and Alder Theatre starting March 19th.
  • Jo Daviess County Courthouse Citizens are directed to call first and speak with an employee to determine how the office can assist. Only persons with urgent and essential business will be allowed in the courthouse; all other business shall be conducted via phone or internet. Those who arrive at the courthouse without first scheduling an appointment will most likely be turned away. Any person who requests to enter the Courthouse may be subject to a screening process, including but not limited to answering medical questions and having their temperature taken, before they are allowed to enter.
  • City of Muscatine is closing public access to all city buildings, including City Hall, starting March 23 and continuing until April 16. The City will continue to provide all services to the citizens of Muscatine. Updates are available here. UPDATE: The Muscatine Public Building is closed to the general public. Visitors will need to talk with a dispatcher through an intercom at the front door and then wait in their vehicle until an officer can come out to gather any information.
  • Rock Island Parks and Recreation programming facilities, including the Rock Island Fitness and Activity Center, will remain closed until April 8. Activity fees will be credited for future use for programs or events that cannot be rescheduled. Rock Island Fitness and Activity Center memberships will be extended for the amount of time the center is closed, and monthly membership fee withdrawals have been temporarily turned off. City parks and open outdoor recreation areas will remain open. However, playgrounds will be closed. The Underwater Spring Egg Hunt scheduled for March 29 has been canceled, and the Spring Egg Hunt at Lincoln Park scheduled for April 4 will be rescheduled. Updates will be provided on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), and the phone rain line at 309-732-7246. UPDATE: Closures of facilities, programs and events has been extended to April 30. In addition, any picnic shelter rentals are on hold until further notice. The Spring Garage Sale at Long View Park has been canceled.
  • City of Dixon has closed City Hall to walk-in customers. City staff is on site and is available via phone or email.
  • The Rock Island County Office Building is closed to public access until April 3. Offices within the building will continue to operate on a limited basis, ensuring necessary functions are carried out. The Rock Island County Animal Care & Control Center is also closed to public access through April 3. Information regarding methods of contact for county offices is available here. UPDATE: The closing of public access to both the Rock Island County Office Building and Rock Island County Animal Care & Control Center has been extended to April 30.
  • Effective March 20, the Illinois Gaming Board has extended the suspension of all video gaming operations at all licensed establishments of any kind, and all casino gambling operations in Illinois until at least April 8.
  • The monthly Miller Programs sponsored by Millers of de Immigrant Windmill at the Windmill Cultural Center in Fulton are suspended until further notice. Follow Fulton Illinois Tourism and Windmill Cultural Center and de Immigrant Windmill on Facebook, visit the City of Fulton website or call 815-589-3925 for updates.
  • Muscatine Parks and Recreation closed public playground equipment March 24 through April 16. During playground, restroom and drinking fountain closures, the public is asked to self-regulate while continuing to use Muscatine parks. The Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department encourages the use of open spaces and outdoor recreation areas while maintaining social distancing and limiting nonessential interpersonal contact.
  • The Jewish Federation of the Quad Cities has canceled all activities through May 1. This includes meetings, the first two movies in the Holocaust Film Series and the Yom HaShoah Program at the Tri-City Jewish Center scheduled for April 19. Weekly meetings and religious services are available for streaming here. More information is available by visiting the office located at 2715 30th Street in Rock Island, contacting the office at 309-793-1300 or emailing Executive Director Allan Ross at aross@jfqc.org.
  • Davenport Public Library’s Free Annual Shred Day has been rescheduled to September 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Eastern Branch, located at 6000 Eastern Avenue.
  • Quad City Animal Welfare Center announced all locations, including the SouthPark Mall Adoption Center, are closed for the time being. The shelter asks that anyone with a pet emergency get in touch with their veterinarian or the Animal Emergency Center at 563-344-9599. Flea and heartworm preventatives are available by phone through the shelter’s Spay/Neuter & Wellness Clinic.
  • Bettendorf playgrounds located in city parks are closed until further notice effective March 30th. Crow Creek Dog park, Crow Creek Skate Park, and tennis and pickleball courts at Kiwanis Park & Middle Park are closed until further notice beginning March 31. City parks and recreation trails remain open at this time.

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