South Allen at Schneider Street in Spaulding will be closed until further notice due to a water main break.
Spaulding Village Hall open tonight until 6pm as a cooling center for any Village of Spaulding residents.
The Riverton and Spaulding Communities are invited to come to the Field of Dreams tonight, May 29th, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. for our Free Summer Lunch Program Kickoff. There will be bounce houses, games, bingo, kickball, and even a DJ. We have 400 hot dog meals to give away and there will be a special surprise from our Riverton Elementary School Students. Come join this free event!
Primrose and 54 closed June 2-6 for railroad crossing repair. Detour signs will be posted. Please use Raylots Road.
June 20th-21st, 2014
Register at the Village Hall 111 East Prairie Street (corner of Route 54 & Main Street)
or by calling 217-629-8188.
The list of all garage sale locations will be placed in the Riverton Register or will be available for pick up at the Village Hall on or before June 20th during business hours.
Permit is required!
Please visit our website www.villageofspaulding.com for more information and updates.
WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM FRI EVENING TO SAT AFTERNOON
The National Weather Service in Lincoln has Issued a Winter Storm Watch, Which is in effect from Friday Evening Through Saturday Afternoon.
* Timing, Periods of Light Snow are Expected During the DayFriday. However, the More Significant Snows are Expected to
Occur Overnight Friday Into Saturday.
* Accumulations, 5 to 7 Inches of Snow will be Possible Roughly North of a Rushville to Bloomington Line. Just South of This Heavy Snow Band, a Period of Freezing Rain May Accumulate Up to A Quarter of an Inch in a Few Areas by Saturday Afternoon.
* Wind, winds are Not Expected to be a Significant Impact at This Time.
* Impacts, Snow and Ice Covered Roads will Create HazardousDriving Conditions Across the area Later Friday Evening Through Most of Saturday.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions A Winter storm watch Means There is a Potential for Significant Snow, Sleet, or Ice Accumulations That May Impact Travel. Continue to Monitor the Latest Forecasts.
A storm System will Track Northeast Into the Midwest Late Friday Spreading Snow Into Our area with Accumulating Snows Possible FridayNight Into Saturday. by Late Friday Night...warmer Air is Forecast to Track Northeast Into Central Illinois with the Possibility Of The Snow Changing over to Freezing Rain by Saturday Morning. Still Some Uncertainty As to How Far North the Warm Air will be Able to Get Saturday Morning but It Appears Some of the Snow will Change over to Freezing Rain for a Time Saturday Morning Close to and South of the Interstate 74 Corridor. Further North of the Rain Snow Line...
Snowfall Accumulations of 5 to 7 Inches will be Possible by Saturday Evening.
Expires 1/31/14 11:00 PM
County/Area Sangamon, IL (latitude: 39.7536, longitude: -89.6107)
We have committed to “be bold and get cold” for the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois by taking an icy dip into the frigid winter waters! I know – you’re probably getting cold just thinking about it! While the cold we will experience is temporary, the positive impact this will have on the lives of Special Olympics athletes across Illinois will last a lifetime.
We need your help! No, we're not asking you to plunge alongside us, but we hope you will support my efforts by making a donation to Special Olympics Illinois. Any amount is appreciated – it all goes to one “cool” cause and gets us that much closer to our goal. Best of all, your donation helps provide athletes with intellectual disabilities the chance to participate in year-round sports training and competition.
Donating through this site is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to make a contribution to the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Illinois. If you would like to learn more about this “official event of winter,” visit www.plungeillinois.com for all of the chilly details.
Many thanks for your support – and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too!
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Winter weather advisory for our area through Monday night (1/6). Seven to ten inches of snow forecast for our area. Reminder: if possible please refrain from parking on shoulder for more efficient snow removal.
National weather service has forecast 5 inches with greatest likelihood 3pm-5am. Sat afternoon, NNW winds gust above 15MPH.
Residents should please avoid parking in the shoulder of the road, the street dept will be out plowing this afternoon. Thank you and please be safe when traveling!