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Full-Time Public Works Position

Job Duties: * Installation, maintenance and repair of gas, water & sewer utilities * Repair & maintenance on streets, alleys and ditches… * Locate underground utilities through JULIE system * General maintenance on equipment * Read meters

Job Requirements: * Live within twenty (20) miles of Divernon * Natural Gas Operator Certification (IF NOT CERTIFIED you will be required to become Certified within the six (6) month probation period) * CDL or will need to obtain one * Heavy equipment knowledge and experience (Skidsteer, backhoe, Trencher, etc) * Read and follow maps * High school diploma or equivalent * Applicant will be required to take a drug test

Job Type: Full Time. Pay based on experience.  Benefits Include IMRF Retirement; Health, Dental and Vision Insurance; Vacation and Paid Holidays.

Employment Application – General

 Applications can be submitted to the Village of Divernon, 50 E Brown St, Divernon, IL 62530, fax: 217-628-3076 or email: divvlg@comcast.net.

 


Consolidated Election Packets

The filing period for the Village of Divernon Consolidated Election will be from December 12 – 19, 2022.  The positions available are:  Village Clerk – 2-year term, and (3) Board of Trustee positions – all are 4-year terms. The Consolidated Election will be held on April 4, 2023.  Election packets are available at the Divernon Village Hall. If you have any questions, contact Gail Hedges, Village Clerk at 217-628-3416.

 

             

Ameren – Fresh Start Program

Ameren Illinois offers $8 million in assistance to give customers “Fresh Start”.

 

 

All Divernon residents will receive 10% off at Encounters in addition to other discounts being offered.  This applies to the gift shop as well. Located at: 480 West State Route 104.

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Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

The Sangamon County Community Resources Office (SCCR) operates the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), for income-eligible households.  The LIHEAP is designed to assist low-income households with winter energy services.  A one-time benefit is provided to eligible households to be used for energy bills. 

There are two ways to apply, either on-site at the SCCR office or mail the completed application, found on this website, to SCCR.  

On-site:  Beginning October 1, priority appointments for seniors and people with disabilities can be made over the phone (217/535-3120) Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  In November, those groups as well as disconnected households and households with children under 6 years may call for appointments.  Beginning in December, any income-eligible household may call for an appointment for services. 

Mail-in:  The below LIHEAP application can be printed and completed.  The same timeframes mentioned above still apply.  Complete all the necessary forms, attach copies of the required documents identified below, and mail to:

Sangamon County Community Resources
2833 S. Grand Ave
Springfield, IL  62703

If you choose to mail the application, do not call for an appointment. 

A household is defined as everyone living in the same house or apartment whether related or not.

Eligibility documentation:

  • Proof of household income from the last 30-days – copy of bank statement or pay stubs for the last 30-days, copy of annual Social Security letter
  • Copy of gas and electric bills (last 30 days). Bill should be in applicants name.
  • Copy of disconnect notices, if applicable
  • Copy of Social Security cards for everyone in the household
  • If a child in the home is receiving SSI, a copy of benefit information for the past 30-days

Instructions and Application
Additional Forms to Complete

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