Access to City Hall will be very limited until further notice. We feel it is important to limit the amount of potential exposure for everyone's safety. We will do our best to continue to provide the best services possible during these unprecedented times. If you need assistance, please reach out to us at 618.282.2315. Utility bill payments can be mailed to 200 East Market Street, Red Bud, IL, placed in the drop box at the south end of the City Hall parking lot, paid online at www.cityofredbud.org, or dropped off at any of the local banks. The main lobby will remain open for anyone that needs access to envelopes, city forms and applications, etc. Requests for information can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your patience and understanding!
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CITY OF RED BUD NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
You can now register to have text messages sent to your mobile number instead of receiving a phone call. Please contact Police Chief John Brittingham to update your information.
The printable form can be found HERE.
If you are a City of Red Bud resident or utility customer, and would like to receive notifications related to the operations, events, and news regarding the city, please complete the form below and return to City Hall - either by dropping it off at the office, mailing it to 220 East Market Street, Red Bud, IL or by dropping it in the payment box at the south end of the City Hall parking lot.
PROPERTY CLEAN UP AND COMPOST
When cleaning up this Spring, the City of Red Bud offers the following solutions for your clean up efforts:
1. Compost Bags
The city sells bags at City Hall at Red Bud IGA, and at the Utility Plant for $.75 each. The cost of curb side pick up by the City is included in the cost of the bag.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays burning of yard waste ONLY is permitted from sunrise to sunset. Burning is NOT permitted in city streets and gutters. If burning, please be respectful of neighboring properties.
If you choose to burn yard waste and compost materials, please comply with local ordinances regulating this activity.
1. Burning is only permitted on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from sunrise to sunset.
2. Burning in city streets and gutters is NOT permitted.
3. Burning of anything other than yard waste and compost materials is prohibited.
4. Please try to be respectful if a neighbor has windows open or if a nearby business is hosting
an outdoor event.