Emergency Telephone System Board
1078 W Rotary Way
Decatur, IL 62521
This System will be used in the event of an emergency within Macon County. Alerts will be sent out with
potentially lifesaving messages regarding critical events such as chemical leaks, active shooter situations,
etc. This information will be sent to residents who have signed up online and to any resident who uses a
landline telephone. If you only use a cell phone, you will not receive these critical notifications unless
you sign up online.
Alerts for significant weather events are also among the notifications residents may sign up for.
Villages are able to send Village Alerts to anyone who signs up for alerts such as, but not limited to, boil
orders, road closures or construction, and winter weather closures. The villages offering these alerts
are: Forsyth, Harristown, Long Creek, Maroa, Mt. Zion, Oreana, and Warrensburg.
There are several ways to receive an alert: Text, phone call, email, TTY/TTD, or using the Everbridge app
found in the App Store.
If you are already signed up for the Macon County Emergency Alert & Notification System, please log in
to verify your contact information is up to date.
If you haven’t signed up, please do so by visiting one of the websites listed below. Once on the page,
look for the police car icon that says >>CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP.
For questions regarding the Emergency Alert & Notification System or assistance in signing up, please
contact the Macon County ETSB at (217) 424-1002 Ext 202 or Ext 203.
Promise Land Ministries Porch Pantry
Promise Land Ministries have established a non-perishable food pantry on their front porch @ 168 E Main St. It is free and available for anyone to use. It will be maintained and stocked frequently in order to keep items fresh. Donations are also welcome.
Want to be more involved in your Community?? Here are a couple suggestions:
The Warrensburg Fire Department is looking for volunteers. If interested, contact any member of the department for information or stop by the Fire House any Thursday evening.
Attend a Village Board of Trustees meeting to learn what is happening in the Village and discover if you can be an active participant in making a difference in this community. Meetings are the 1st & 3rd Mondays at 5:30 p.m.
The Primary Election will be held on February 28, 2023 and the Consolidated Election will be on April 4, 2023. There will be 3 trustee terms up for election or re-election. Watch the Village Newsletter; Facebook
2 persons are needed for the zoning board committee. This committee meets on an “as needed” basis whenever building or remodeling within the Village doesn’t meet the zoning code and an exception or variance is requested.
Our meeting room is now open to small groups. Masks are required at this time. Call 217.672.3621 to reserve the room.
KIDS & TEENS
Storytime – Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Join us at the library each Tuesday morning for a new story and craft. Storytime is a first step toward building literacy and social skills for your child. No registration is required.
Music Makers 0 – 2 years old Fridays at 10:30
Bring your little ones to make music each Friday! Join us in singing songs and playing instruments. No registration is required.
Baby TALK Pop Up Program – October 7th at 11:00 am
Share parenting questions and celebrate babies’ achievements while having fun with books, toys, songs and finger plays.
Pumpkin Painting – Saturday, October 22 between 11:00 & Noon
Get creative while painting your own Halloween pumpkin. No registration required.
Coffee Club – Wednesdays 9:30 am
This is an open invitation for anyone from the community to stop by the library for good coffee, company and conversation.
Second Saturday Book Club
October 8th at 11:00 am
Join us in the library for a discussion of “The Girls Who Went Away” by Ann Fessler.
Mums in a Pumpkin – Tuesday, October 4th 6:00 pm
Make a live planter in a carved pumpkin! This project is fun and festive for the fall season.
Legends of Warrensburg Cemetery Walk
Saturday, October 29th, Noon – 1:00 pm
Join us at Illini Cemetery to hear Scott Bird tell stories of Warrensburg’s memorable and notorious characters from years past.
Person of the Month – Brandee Allen for helping with storytime.