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Posted on: November 28, 2022

2023 Consolidated Election Candidate Pre-Filing Notice

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The City of DeKalb will be accepting candidate petition packets for the Consolidated election to be held on April 4, 2023, beginning December 12, 2022, through December 19, 2022 (excluding weekend days). Please refer to the attached Press Release for deta...

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Posted on: November 28, 2022

City Seeking Proposals on Downtown Property

A map showing the location of 330 Grove St. & 217 S. 4th St.

The City of DeKalb is seeking proposals for the redevelopment of a City-owned property on the south side of the downtown.

A request for proposals (RFP) has been released for the acquisition of the City-owned parcel at the southwest corner of Grove Street a...

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City of DeKalb News
Posted on: December 5, 2022

Keep the Wreaths Red

A wreath with red lights is hung on Fire Station One.

The DeKalb Fire Department is pleased to announce its 26th annual Red Wreath Program. Since 1986, DeKalb Fire Department has displayed lighted wreaths as a visual reminder of home fire safety during the holiday season.

On Thanksgiving Day, DeKalb firefight...

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City of DeKalb News
Posted on: December 5, 2022

Warming Centers Available

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These locations have been identified as spaces to keep warm.

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Posted on: December 5, 2022

Road Projects Completed Across City

Work is done around a manhole cover following road resurfacing in the Knolls in fall 2022.

The City of DeKalb invested heavily in road projects in 2022, continuing its commitment to improving streets. Here are some of the project completed this past construction season.

Downtown DeKalb

Lincoln Highway, between First and Fourth Street was narrowed...

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City of DeKalb News
Posted on: November 16, 2022

DeKalb Police Veteran Named Crime-Free Bureau Director

Bob Redel is introduced as the new Director of the Crime-Free Bureau at the Nov. Council meeting.

A 28-year veteran of the DeKalb Police Department has been selected to lead the City’s new Crime-Free Bureau.

Bob Redel, a Commander in the Police Department, was introduced as the Bureau’s Director at Monday’s City Council me...

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