Peoria County Deputy asked that residents be cautious when starting the vehicle and leaving unattended. Unattended and unlocked vehicles are easy targets for theft or burglary. Also, residents should check credentials of independent contractors or service providers before retaining and allowing access to your home and property.
Please fill out and return the General Assistance Application. Instructions are included with the application.
Medina Park Application Agreement
Our scheduled start date is 10/31/2016 and the ending date is 11/28/2016. We do not vary from our route. Each day, we start at the location where we stopped the day before. If people want to know where we are on any given day, we really cannot say because it depends on volume of leaves, whether they […]
We are partnering with other local governments to help reduce storm water runoffs and meet EPA requirements. We are working to prevent soil erosion through water run off control. NPDES Notice
The new 2015 Peoria County Community Health Indicator Report was reviewed at the 4-20-15 Board of Health meeting. The report examines multiple factors of population health and provides statistics on causes of death and illness.
As you read articles in the local papers on services being cut or reduced due to the financial constraints experienced by units of government, please rest assured that services provided by Medina Township are not affected. Medina will continue to provide the same services to our residents. John Dawson Supervisor
Medina township would like to share with its residents a public announcement from the Peoria County Health Department regarding the current status of the Ebola health issue in Central Illinois. “Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, and Marshall County Health Departments are working to protect residents during the current Ebola situation in the United States. While there have […]