Memorial Day Service Canceled





Until Further Notice – Water Department Billing Office
Due to the COVID-19 stay at home executive order, the Water Department billing office hours will be limited during the day Monday through Friday.
We are trying our best to abide by the order and keep the community and our employee’s safety in mind, while still providing the needed services to you.  If you call and get the voicemail, leave a message and someone will return your call.  The voicemail system will be checked each business day.
Again, payments can be made via our drop box located next to the City Hall door, online, and over the phone (leave a message and you will receive a call back if you want to pay over the phone, if there is no answer).
We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.
Water Department phone number: 935-3432



Linked, you will find the Uniform Application for State Grant Assistance Application along with the 2020 CDBG Guidebook for Downstate Small Business Stabilization Program.

Please, read thoroughly through the application and guidebook to understand the grant and paperwork needed for this program as to not have missing paperwork and information, creating a delay.

Fill out the Uniform Grant Application and insert at page 15, fill out the following pages through page 24. Fill out pages 32-35, 37-40 and page 47-49.

Please reach out to us to let us know if you are interested in this grant via email: email hidden; JavaScript is required


Grant Info page with Guidebook Link:




EFFECTIVE 3/17/2020

For the safety and well-being of the community and our employees due to COVID-19, during this time and until further notice the doors at City Hall and other offices/buildings will be locked.  Employees will be available via telephone, email, etc.  The following phone numbers are accessible for the offices for those needing assistance:

Administration- 935-9438
Water (billing)- 935-3432
Water (maintenance)- 935-6511 or 935-3679
Zoning- 935-6552
Street- 935-5480
Cemetery- 935-3096

Water bill payment methods: mail, drop box (located next to door), online or over the phone.

Everyone’s safety is at the forefront of this decision, we appreciate your patience and support


2020 Census

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Welcome To Clinton…

See what Clinton has to offer…. From our beautiful & historical C. H. Moore Homestead, DeWitt County Museum to a day of shopping and lunch out at our many unique antique & collectible shops and eateries….See what Clinton has to offer…. From our beautiful & historical C. H. Moore Homestead, DeWitt County Museum to a day of shopping and lunch out at our many unique antique &; collectible shops and eateries….

Clinton is the County Seat of DeWitt County and is located in the heart of Central Illinois at the intersection of State Routes 51, 54 & 10, 161 miles southwest of Chicago, 142 miles northeast of St. Louis, and 45 miles northeast of Springfield, the State Capital, 45 miles from west of Champaign-Urbana, 22 miles south of Bloomington/Normal, and 18 miles north of Decatur, which provides a great location for business, commercial and industrial interests.

Clinton is in one of the most productive agricultural areas in the nation. Excellent city services are delivered to our citizens all while maintaining one of the lower city property tax rates in downstate Illinois. With exceptional schools, a variety of housing options, growing businesses, fine dining, a thriving downtown, parks, a highly acclaimed hospital, a low crime rate, and plenty of small town charm and hospitality.