For COVID-19 information and the City of Sycamore's response, please click here.
For information about our response to COVID-19, please click here.
For COVID-19 information and the City of Sycamore's response, please click here.
City offices will be closed on July 3, 2020 in recognition of Independence Day. Have a safe and happy 4th of July!
Entry Level Firefighter testing will occur on Saturday, August 22 at 7:30 a.m. in the basement of the Police Department at 535 DeKalb Avenue, Sycamore, IL 60178. For more information and to register please contact IO Solutions at www.iosolutions.com.
2020 roadway construction will begin the week of June 1st. Summer construction will include Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Projects, DeKalb County roadwork as well as the City’s annual street program.
Work will start with final paving in the Townsend Woods development and preparatory work on Mercantile Drive.
The attached map ...
Starting Thursday, May 28th, Johnson Blvd. will be one way running east to west. Vehicles will enter on Maple Street and exit onto California Street. This change will be in effect until further notice.
By order of the State of Illinois Governor’s Office, restaurants may begin outdoor dining as early as May 29, 2020. The City of Sycamore has worked to accommodate outdoor dining options for all restaurants, broken into two categories:
Restaurants and Bars with Private Parking Lots or Existing Outdoor Seating (not located ...
Happy Memorial Day! Please click here to view the 2020 Memorial Day address from the Sycamore Veteran's Club.
The City of Sycamore's offices will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020 in observance of Memorial Day. Have a safe holiday!
The City Council has approved a program to provide a plexiglass safety shield to each of our businesses. The shields, made at Upstaging, Inc. right here in Sycamore, will help businesses as they operate with limitations or prepare for reopening under the phased-in Restore Illinois Plan. The program will also ...
Waste Management has announced that they will resume bulk item collection starting the week of May 11, 2020. For more information, please click here.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the May 12, 2020 Administrative Hearing for the City of Sycamore has been postponed to June 9, 2020. For more information, please click here.
With the City of Sycamore's offices closed due to COVID-19, the City will not be issuing solicitor permits until further notice.
The City of Sycamore has issued a request for proposals for broker/consultant services for the City’s health and welfare benefits programs. For more information, please click here.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the April 14, 2020 Administrative Hearing for the City of Sycamore has been postponed to May 12, 2020. For more information, please click here.
Waste Management has started yard waste collection on April 1, 2020.
However, due to COVID-19, Waste Management has suspended the collection of bulky item collection such as large items outside the cart until further notice. This includes white good pickup.
At present, Waste Management is maintaining their standard collection schedule for ...
The Sycamore Water Division will be flushing fire hydrants during the month of April through May 1st. All hydrant flushing will occur between the hours of 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Please note that the times are during normal working hours. Anyone living or working in or ...
The City's outdoor warning siren system will undergo routine maintenance and testing on Tuesday, March 24th between 9:30 AM and Noon. This may involve periodic activation of the warning sirens.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In addition, the SBA has provided the attached handout re: low interest disaster assistance loans. To view the U.S. Small ...
Waste Management has announced that bulky item collection including scheduled events or extra call in service for bulky items, such as large items outside the cart, is suspended until further notice. This includes white good pickup.
At present, Waste Management is maintaining their standard collection schedule for trash and recycle and ...
HELP SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESSES. Governor Pritzker has issued an Executive Order suspending operations of all bars and restaurants in Illinois. We encourage you to continue to support these local businesses by utilizing curb-side pick-up, delivery or drive-thru where available.
Here are some tips from the Sycamore Chamber of Commerce ...
Electronics recycling information: 'At Your Door' Program free to most Sycamore residents through Waste Management - click HERE for details and home pick-up - thing Spring!
Out of respect for the well-being and health of our citizens in coordination with the DeKalb County Health Department and the CDC, we will be following the guidelines for social distancing. To reduce person to person contact, if possible please consider conducting your business either via phone at (a ...
Bids are being accepted by the City of Sycamore for a skid loader and a UTV. For more information, please click here.
On Monday January 20, 2020 the City of Sycamore departments and offices will be closed in observance of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday. All departments will re-open for regular business on Tuesday, January 21.
Jan 1, 2020 - Happy New Year! City offices will be closed in observance of the Holiday; emergency situations should be directed to the Sycamore Police at 815-895-3435. Regular hours of operation for all departments resume on Thursday, January 2. The City of Sycamore wishes everyone Happy ...
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Sycamore Administrative offices including City Manager, Mayor, Human Resources and Finance will close at 12 noon on Dec 24 for the observance of the Holiday. Public Works and Engineering will work a 1/2 day schedule from 7-11 am. Emergency situations normally handled by these departments ...
Happy Thanksgiving! Thursday and Friday, Sycamore Administrative offices, including City Center, Public Works and Engineering will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Emergency situations normally handled by these departments should be directed to the Sycamore Police at 815-895-3435. Regular operations resume on Monday, December 2. We wish ...
The Sycamore Fire Department is accepting applications for two (2) Paid on Call Firefighter – Intern positions
Applications will be accepted beginning Monday, December 2, 2019 and ending Friday, January 10, 2020 at 4:00 P.M. Application packets are available Monday through Friday during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 p.m. ...
Sycamore’s leaf pickup program has been extended to Friday December 6th. In addition, Sycamore Public Works will have a dumpster designated for LEAVES ONLY at the 475 North Cross St location that will be available from Nov 29th to Dec 15. Only leaves will be accepted and they must be ...
The DeKalb County Community Foundation presented a $20,000 Community Development Grant that will fund the majority of the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Resource Bank is awarding a $500 grant on top of that amount that will go toward the project. Grant for Community Development presented at City Council on Nov 18, 2019
Let's Keep the Wreath Red! The SFD will continue the traditional Annual Red Wreath Program. Beginning on Thanksgiving Day, the wreath is a challenge to Sycamore residents to keep the lights red. Help the Fire Department and each other by following the tips provided HERE.
The City of Sycamore has issued its Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) for fiscal year 2019. The PAFR is designed to be a user-friendly report that includes basic information about the City and its finances. The report includes information on the General Fund revenues and expenditures, capital improvements, debt service, ...
How can I safely dispose of old electronics or hazardous waste? Sycamore residents may use the ‘At Your Door’ special collection program through Waste Management. For more information about this free pick-up service, please CLICK HERE: ATYOURDOORPROGRAM
NOT CANCELED: Today's Trick -or-Treat occurs during the normal times of 4-8. Extra caution is recommended because of the weather. To view the entire news release, please click HERE.
SFD Local 3046 is sponsoring a fund raiser for Alderman Rick "Spider" Kramer. City Council members and City staff showed their support by wearing the T-shirts at Monday's City Council meeting. They are available for purchase through the Fire Department. Back of shirt Oct 21 Council Meeting
Week of Oct 28 Roadway Construction
In order to complete roadwork for the Fowler Farms Development, Elliott and Wood will temporarily close the intersection of West Motel Road and Motel Road during the week of October 28, 2019.
Emergency vehicles will have continuous access during construction. All other traffic will be ...
Sanitary sewer smoke testing started Wednesday October 16th and is scheduled to run through Friday October 18th. This is limited to the areas on the map below and will start on the north side of IL Route 64.
Previous notifications have been sent to residents and
businesses via standard mail. These same ...
This past Saturday, many children with their families and city employees answered the call from Mayor Lang to participate in the annual Kid's Work Day - a volunteer effort that encourages our young people to keep our downtown well-kept and free of litter. There was a great turnout and ...
Tree Program Deadline Extended to Friday Oct 18! The City of Sycamore is now accepting tree orders at the City Clerks Office at 308 W. State St. For information regarding this program, please click HERE. The complete program brochure, including pictures of the trees can be found by clicking HERE.
The Sycamore Fire Department would like to invite all to attend their Fall Open House. Please click HERE for the details, and we hope to see you there!
City of Sycamore roadway work is winding down. Paving on the
final City streets (Edward St and California) and crack sealing are both
scheduled for the week of 10/7/19.
Clean up and the removal of barricades will continue next
week as well.
The City would like to thank you for your patience during
this construction ...
On Wednesday September 25th, Behm Pavement Maintenance will crack seal California St between Elm and High Streets. Please obey all posted traffic signs.
Join our team! A new position for a Laborer has been posted on the employment section of our website. To view the details, requirements and to find the application documents, please click HERE.
2019 Tree Program: The City of Sycamore is now accepting tree orders at the City Clerks Office at 308 W. State St. For information regarding this program, please click HERE. The complete program brochure, including pictures of the trees can be found by clicking HERE.
The City of Sycamore has issued a Request for Proposals for a comprehensive plan. To view the entire request for proposals, please click here.
Beginning September 16, Fire Hydrant Flushing will be conducted by the Sycamore Water Division. To view the areas and dates, please click HERE.
Microsurfacing in the Fox Pointe Subdivision was postponed
but is scheduled to start Monday September 9th.
Temporary road closures will occur between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm. The
first round of door hangers will be delivered on Friday September 6th.
Residents receiving door hangers are asked to remove their cars from
their driveways and park ...
The City of Sycamore is searching for applicants to fill the position of Part-Time Parking Meter Officer. To view the requirements and qualifications, please click here.
Job Opportunity! The City of Sycamore is searching for applicants to fill the position of Mechanic. To view the requirements and qualifications, please click here.
City Offices will be closed in observance of Labor Day on Monday, September 2. Emergency situations normally handled by these departments should be directed to the Sycamore Police at 815-895-3435. Regular hours of operation for these departments resume on Tuesday, September 3. The City of Sycamore ...