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Divernon residents should have or will be receiving a gas survey in the mail. Your response to the survey is very important and allows us to measure the overall understanding of pipeline safety in order to improve communication to the public.
Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. It can be competed by mail or online at www.pipelinesafetyinfo.com. If completing online, you will need the WebCode from the survey YOU received in the mail, NOT the one posted here.
Sign Up today to receive important information about things like boil orders or street closures in Divernon or emergency alerts within the community. To join using your cell phone, text the words JOIN DIVERNON to: 30890. Or, you can sign up from this website at the CivicPlus – Village Notifications quick link above.
ATTN SANGAMON County Residents – CENSUS 2020: Be Counted – Funding for our community depends on it!
If you have not filled out your Census yet, you can do so by either:
1.) Online at : https://my2020census.gov
2.) By mail if you received a paper copy
3.) By Phone : 844-330-2020
Shape your future by responding to the 2020 Census. Can one girl in a small town, an architect in a major city, and a suburban high school coach shape the future of the United States? Yes, they can. Because every ten years, the census gives us that power. You can shape your future by responding to the 2020 Census. Where do we need new roads to …
The Response Rates – the percentage of households responding by city/village in Sangamon County.
Click here on how to maintain and restore water quality in buildings with low or no use.
Click here for The Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act.
Divernon restaurants are still open for curbside service during the Stay-at-Home order. Help support our local restaurants by ordering takeout from Toni’s, Encounters and Snack Shack.
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IL DPH – Daily COVID-19 Press Releases
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is available NOW!
The Sangamon County Community Resources Office (SCCR) is operating the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) beginning October 1, 2019, 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 the 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 the aforementioned 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 LIHEAP application, found on this website, can be printed and completed. The same timeframe for making application as noted above still applies. 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.
- Proof of household income from the last 30-days – copy of bank statement or pay stubs for 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