The Village of Swansea has accepted a challenge from the City of O'Fallon, in conjunction with the United Way Campaign. We accepted a challenge to see which City/Village can collect the most donated toilet paper(unused) from its residents. The Village of Swansea will be accepting donations in our lobby, and in the Police Department lobby until October 23rd, 2015. The toilet paper will be given to our area food bank by the United Way when the drive is over.
Let's support our local food bank with your donations!!!
Trick or Treat is on Saturday, October 31st Until 9 p.m.
Please be courteous for the people who just arrived home from work and are having dinner. Be Safe.
High Mount Fall Festival was a great time. The kids had fun and the weather was great. Here are a few pictures.
Swansea Farmer's Market... Every Thursday 11:00am - 3:00pm on parking lot area of Rural King, 2801 N. Illinois Street, Swansea, IL.
October will be the last month of the season.
Swansea Fire Department Public Education Program...See More
Swansea Police Department - Citizens Police Academy
Designed to educate citizens what their Swansea Police Department does....See More
Swansea Police & Fire Charity Kickball Tournament....See More
The Swansea Patriots...Return to Camelot.
Save the Date October 10th,2015...See More
Summer Water Usage Adjustment
Each year the Village allows a summer usage adjustment on sewer bills for water used that does not enter the sewer system. Good examples include watering a lawn or filling a swimming pool. This adjustment is available to home owners who do not use a deduct meter. The summer usage adjustment is allowed within the following guidelines:
An application must be submitted between September 15th and October 15th in order to request the credit.
The applicant must have resided at the service address for at least one year prior to making application. Calculations are based upon the previous year’s average usage, so one year of service is required to perform the calculations.
A summer usage adjustment is calculated by determining the customer’s average consumption during the preceding year, and then determining the difference between that average and the consumption for the summer billing months. The Village then credits the account by deducting fifty percent (50%) of the difference between that average and actual summer consumption, as reported to the Village by the water company.
To apply for a summer usage deduction, please fill out the form and return to 209 Service Street, Swansea IL 62226. . Click here for form.