The City of Decatur Services Continue and Staff Remains Electronically Accessible Despite Statewide Stay at Home Order

As we enter the first week of a protracted time of social distancing, city staff will continue to provide service to our residents even though City offices have been closed to the public since last week, to stop the spread of Covid-19.  The City continues to serve our residents and businesses by trying to provide a place here on our website with resources and answers related to this unprecedented crisis facing our nation, state and community. During this time, it is important we support our local businesses, volunteer if you are able to, and come together as a community.  We will get through this and be a stronger city because of this crisis…

State of Illinois Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

The best place to view up to date information on how Illinois is handling the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) from the Illinois Department of Public Health

Governor Pritzker announces stay at home order through April 7th. FAQ on what this means

Expedited unemployment benefits for employees negatively impacted can be obtained HERE

Utilities and services provide temporary relief to those which need relief of bills

Business must call DCEO’s helpline 1-800-252-2923 or email to determine whether their business deemed essential or are subject to stay at home orderopens PDF file

Decatur announcement of city office closure

Decatur Business Covid-19 Resource Page

Macon County Health Department daily updates

Please consider volunteering during this time if you can

Need help with child care