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Neighbors Helping Neighbors Thanksgiving Baskets

Neighbors Helping Neighbors will be collecting cash donations and food drive for the annual Thanks4giving Baskets for those families needing help.  There is a box for food donations at Village Hall.  Donations can be dropped off between 91m-3pm.  Please take care not to interrupt Village Operations when dropping off.  Non-perishable items can also be dropped off at the Green Forest Vapor Shop located at 1101 Caseyville Road, Suite E (we are in the strip mall across from CHS, next to Huddle).  Their hours are 11am-8pm, Mon - Sat. Green Forest Vapor Shop would also like to extend a discount to anyone who donates.  For everyone who donates. For every item donated, you get 1% off your total purchase, up to 10%.


Items needed are the "traditional" Thanksgiving fixings.  Corn, peas, green beans, cranberry sauce, stuffing, mac n cheese, canned pie fillings (like pumpkin), mashed potatoes.  Monetary donations will be used to purchase the turkey/ham and fill in any items we did not receive.


Thanksgiving Holiday Police Patrol -

The Caseyville Police Department along with 200 other law enforcement agencies statewide will be conducting increased moving and stationary patrols heavily enforcing seat belt, alcohol, and cell phone violations beginning on November 17th for the Thanksgiving holiday period.  Fundoing for these patrols has been provided courtesy of the Illinois Department of Transporation's Sustained Traffic Enforecemnt Grant Program (STEP).  Additional enforecement will take place late at night when belt use is at its lowest and impaired driving is the biggest problem. 

As of January 1, 2012, by law in Illinois, everyone must wear a seat belt no matter what seating position.  Caseyville officers are prepared to ticket anyone who is not wearing a seat belt and arrest those choosing to drive impaired.

IDOT is proud that Illinois has a 94.1 percent daytime seat belt usage rate.  However, far too many drivers and passengers still do not buckle up - especially late at night.  During the 2013 Thanksgiving holiday weekend in Illinois,  seven people lost their lives and 723 motorists were injured in motor vehicle crashes - three of those deaths involved alcohol.  Remember - wearing your seat belt is your best defense against an impaired driver.  According to the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffice Safety Administration (NHTSA), seat belts saved over 12,000 lives nationwide in 2012.  Buckle up and encourage your loved ones to do the same.  You will save the cost of a ticket and you may save a life.

For more information about the Click It or Ticket and the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaigns, please visit 

Village Newsletter- Fall 2014 Newsletter - Shortcut


Large Item Pick Up -

It will be held on the first working Monday of each month.  If that Monday is a holiday, pick up will be the day after.  This service is only for those within the Caseyville Village boundaries when requested by the resident.  EPA hazardous items will not be accepted.

Pick ups MUST be scheduled in advance.  To add your address to the list for a pick up, please call 344-1234 x 224.


Election packets for the April 2015 Election are now available at Village Hall. 



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Caseyville Community Calendar -

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If your organization is hosting a community event in Caseyville and would like it added to this calendar, please email Montica Casey-Watt and Angela Massey at Remember to include the following information...The name of your event, who is hosting it, location, time, cost and a brief description of your event.


Holiday Business Hours

Our offices will be closed for the following 2014 holidays:

Presidents Day - Mon., Feb. 17

Good Friday - Fri., April 18

Memorial Day - Mon., 26

Independence Day - Fri., July 4

Labor Day - Mon., Sept. 1

Veterans Day - Tues., Nov. 11

Thanksgiving - Thurs., Nov. 27 & Fri., Nov. 28

Christmas - Weds., Dec. 24 & Thurs., Dec. 25

New Year's Day - Thurs. Jan. 1, 2015


Attention Water Customers: 

You can now pay your water bill at FCB Bank in Caseyville!  There is no charge for this convenient service.


Auto-Pay is now available for your bill paying convenience! 

What is Auto Pay and how does it work?  Auto-Pay is a service that will make it more convenient for you to pay your monthly utility bill to the Village of Caseyville by automatically withdrawing your payment from your authorized checking or savings account on the bill's due date.  The money is directly credited to your utility bill on the same day!  You will continue to receive a copy of your monthly billing statement for your records. The best part about it is that this service is FREE!

Simply click on the following link and print out the Auto-Pay Application form. Fill out the form and return it to the Caseyville Water Department with a voided check to begin this FREE service. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call the Water Department at 344-1234 Ext. 1.  Click here: water brochure


Click on the links below to view available documents:

Notice of Intent 2009 - 2014


Village of Caseyville Annual Report FINAL - 2012-2013



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