The 69th Annual Swedish Days Festival runs from June 19-24 in downtown Geneva and has an array of talent that offers something for every type of music fan at three different venues.
Geneva residents can bring their artistic creativity into the community this spring by participating in the “Art on Fire” hydrant design program.
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum will host the event from 9 to 10:30am on Tues,, May 8. The discussions will touch on a variety of issues surrounding the role that institutions, businesses, and restaurants play in creating a more unified community.
The City of Geneva will be flushing fire hydrants throughout the community for a four-week period starting Monday, April 16 as part of an ongoing maintenance program.
Have a question that you have always wanted to ask about Geneva’s Police or Fire departments? Residents are invited to pull up a seat for “Coffee and Cookies With Geneva’s Chiefs" Wednesday, April 4.
Mayor Jeff Schielke delivered the proclamation during the March 19 meeting of the Batavia City Council.
Egg Hunt on the Island invites all ages to search for eggs and participate in a number of free activities from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 24 in downtown Aurora.
The City of Geneva's monthly brush pickup program begins in April. The map was redrawn to distribute the workload more evenly for the City's brush collection contractor.
Prescribed burning is a very important management tool for maintaining and enhancing grasslands.
The City of Batavia provides residents with an opportunity to purchase a parkway tree, as part of its commitment to reforestation in Batavia.