Police Department Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Part-Time Administrative Assistant

City of Carterville Police Department

This position is responsible for providing essential administrative support to the Police Department. Manages and maintains department records and processes used to maintain the operation of a law enforcement organization. Work hours will average 20 per week. Must have a minimum of a high school diploma/GED and at least two years of general office work experience at an equivalent level of responsibility.  Must work well under stressful situations with minimum supervision and maintain confidentiality. Must be proficient on computers and Microsoft Office programs. Completed applications and resumes should be submitted to:  Janice McConnaughy, Carterville City Hall, 103 S. Division St., Carterville, IL  62918 (jmcconnaughy@visitcarterville.com )  Applications must be received by October 31, 2018. EOE


Isolated Boil Order – October 11, 2018

An isolated BOIL WATER ORDER has been issued for customers on both sides of West Grand Ave between Mulberry and Dent Streets.

The boil order will remain in effect until further notice.

Water to be used for Drinking and Cooking Purposes should be brought to a rolling boil for at least 5 (five) minutes before use.

Monthly Water Bill Increase

The Carterville Water and Sewer Board along with the City Council have approved the financing and installation of digital water meters for Carterville water customers. The remote digital reading capability allows for many improvements and additional capabilities. In order to finance this investment in our water system, the debt service charge on the monthly water bills will increase for all in town and out of town Carterville water customers to a total of $9.00 a month. This is a $3.00 per month increase for in town water customers and $7.00 per month increase for out of town water customers.

Please contact the Carterville Water Department with any questions, 618-985-2011.

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Placement of Republic Trash Carts

The City of Carterville along with Republic Services is reminding Carterville residential trash customers to place their trash carts as close to the roadway as possible.  When the trash carts are placed close to the road, it allows the trash truck to stay in the lane of the roadway and still reach the carts with the truck’s automated arm.  This will prevent the trash trucks from parking and driving along the edges and shoulders of the road surfaces.  We have experienced some road surface damage in the past and hope to prevent this in the future.  If there are any questions, please conatct the Carterville Water and Sewer Department at 618-985-2011.