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Phase 4 Guidelines
Burn Ban Press Release from Fire Chief - 6-11-2020** PRESS RELEASE ** To assist citizens whom may develop respiratory symptoms related to COVID-19, the burn ban in effect for the City of East Moline will continue thru June of 2020 prohibiting the burning of leaves, yard waste, refuse and construction materials. Sticks and twigs (storm debris) may be burned.Small recreational fires or cooking fires (campfire) are allowed, recreational fires are limited by the fire code to maximum fuel load size of 3 feet in diameter by 2-foot-high and should consist of dry natural sticks and logs.
Per the East Moline Fire Department - the burn ban is still in place for the burning of yard waste. Recreation campfires/firepits are permissible.
Assistance for business owners - a free online portal that connects local businesses to resources
East Moline 4th of July Events Canceled
Burn Ban Update
Guidelines for Farmers Markets Vendors
Republic Services has suspended service for yard waste and bulky item pick up.
** PRESS RELEASE ** TO ASSIST CITIZENS WHO MAY DEVELOP RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS RELATED TO COVID-19, THE EAST MOLINE FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS PLACED A BURN BAN IN EFFECT FOR THE CITY OF EAST MOLINE EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 6, 2020.OPEN BURNING IS PROHIBITED UNTIL THE CURRENT PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY HAS DIMINISHED.
Illinois Department of Public Health - Guidance for Grocery Shopping
Hospitality Industry - Hotels, Bars & Restaurants!!Urgent! Grant Deadline Alert!The State of Illinois and the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) is accepting applications for grants to assist the hospitality industry (bars, restaurants, and hotels) to make ends meet during the public health emergency. Grant proceeds are to be used for working capital such as payroll. Hotels with revenues of less than $8 million in 2019 are eligible for up to $50,000. Bars and restaurants with revenues of less than $500,000 in 2019 are eligible for up to $10,000Bars and restaurants with revenues of between $500,000 and $1 million are eligible for up to $25,000. Grant award winners will be chosen via lottery. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Wednesday, April 1st, 2020.
Republic Services has postponed all bulky item and yard waste pick up. This includes the free spring collection.Stay tuned to our website or our Facebook page for updates and when the events will be rescheduled.
“Stay at Home” Order Issued by Governor Pritzker to Slow the Spread of CoronavirusThe City of East Moline is working closely with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that are managing the response to COVID-19
Health Department Memo & Governors Executive Order