Join us this Friday for a Mobile DMV Event, taking place from 10 am until 2 pm in Council Chambers.
State Senator Paul Faraci and State Representative Carol Ammons are hosting this event to provide our community with easy access to Secretary of State services. All residents and employees are welcome to participate.
- Driver's License Renewal/Correction
- State ID New/Renewal/Correction
- Vehicle Registration Stickers (for registrations expiring within the current year)
- Voter Registration with Renewal DL/ID
- Organ & Tissue Donor Registration with Renewal DL/ID
- Seniors aged 65 and above will not be charged for a State ID.
- Seniors aged 75 and above need to visit a DMV for Driver's License renewal.
CONCLUSION OF RESIDENTIAL TREE LIMB AND BRUSH COLLECTION
There was wide spread tree devastation in Urbana due to a major storm on Thursday, June 29, 2023. Public Works crews have worked through the entirety of the City addressing many high volume areas more than once. Supervisors have been canvassing the City systematically and assembling a list of any debris within the acceptable parameters that may have been missed. The City of Urbana’s emergency tree limb and brush pick-up, as defined in the June 30, 2023 press release concluded at 3 p.m. Thursday, July 13, 2023.
Residents with remaining debris may take materials to the Landscape Recycling Center at the regular disposal cost or utilize a private hauler.
Additional information for the Landscape Recycling Center is available at: https://www.landscaperecyclingcenter.org/
The Urbana Police Department is proud to announce the completion of department-wide Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) training and full implementation of the ABLE Project.
The Urbana Police Department adopted the ABLE Project training at the request of Interim Chief of Police Richard Surles and supported by the Urbana City Council, Mayor Diane Marlin, and City Administrator Carol Mitten. Community support for the application to the ABLE Project came from NAACP Champaign County Branch President Minnie Pearson and Urbana School District #116 Superintendent Jennifer Ivory-Tatum.
We welcome all to the City of Urbana's Juneteenth Flag Raising & Reverence Ceremony.
Learn the history of Juneteenth, as well as, the significance of Juneteenth and how it affects us today. We will also raise the Official Juneteenth Flag while practicing a moment of reverence. A Mayoral Proclamation will be read declaring the day official in the City of Urbana.
"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." — Barack Obama