The Batavia Public Library Foundation is in the midst of a campaign—“Save the Maps: Batavia’s Historic Map Quest”—to preserve a significant chapter in the city’s history.
Jo Ann Smith was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Library Trustees of the Batavia Public Library.
In its continuing effort to preserve local history, Batavia Public Library recently completed a Civil War Letters and Diaries Digitization Project.
Upcoming volunteer opportunities and events downtown Batavia.
On Sunday, July 10 at 9 am, a prairie walk will be held at Garfield Farm Museum.
Curbside residential brush pickup continues for residents that pay the monthly leaf/brush fee on their utility bill.
Geneva’s Classic Car Shows are back adding one more reason why downtown Geneva is the place to be on Thursday nights.
Retired U.S Navy Captain, Caroline (Carlson) Olinger returns to the Fox Valley to offer a unique program that helps seniors live more independently.
Crackfill will be applied to a number of Batavia's streets to prevent water from entering the pavement and reduce the spread of cracking.
Public education information regarding lead in drinking water from the City of Batavia.