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The Caseyville Police Department will be joining 200 other agencies statewide in the Illinois Department of Transportation's "Drive to Survive" campaign this holiday season.  The second phase of the Sustained Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) begins on December 19th and runs through January 4, 2015.  The Caseyville Police Department will be increasing their enforcement efforts for impaired drivers and unrestrained occupants in vehicles during this holiday season.

The Sustained Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) is funded by a grant the Caseyville Police Department was awarded by the Illinois Department of Transportation.  The STEP is focused on specific times of the year and also on specific times of the day when data shows alcohol involved and unrestrained traffic crash fatalities are the highest.  The increased enforcement details conducted during these times raise the chances of impaired drivers being caught and help deter potentional impaired drivers.  According to data from the Illinois Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the midnight to 3 a.m. time frame is the deadliest time on Illinois roadways, largely because of alcohol-related crashes.  Caseyville Police officers will be out in full force during these deadly night time hours.  Remember to "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" and "Click it or Ticket" when traveling the roadways this holiday season. 

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 -

Click here to view the calendar.

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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CASEYVILLE PARKFor upcoming events

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