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Today Is Deadline For Illinois Cities To Apply For Federal Aid

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SPRINGFIELD — Hundreds of Illinois cities are eligible to apply for federal relief from the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s administration says. Local government officials have until Dec. 1 to to submit applications. 

Local CURE funds were approved in the congressional relief package last spring. Public health and public safety spending, COVID-19 testing and contact tracing and emergency medical expenses between March 1 and Dec. 30 are all eligible for federal relief. 

The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity said it had begun the process with 1,400 eligible governments but many hadn’t finished the required steps, according to the Associated Press.

Local governments have received or will receive a total of $112 million thus far, DCEO said, but over 400 government bodies are eligible and haven’t completed applications. 

Below are local governments in the WILL coverage area that are eligible but still need to submit certifications by today’s deadline. 

Champaign County 

Champaign Township — $94,800

Sangamon Township —  $309

Urbana & Champaign Sanitary District — $5,568

Village of Broadlands — $14,397

Village of Fisher —  $77,597

Village of Foosland — $4,167

Village of Gifford — $40,222

Village of Ivesdale — $11,015

Village of Longview — $6,312

Village of Ludlow —  $15,305

Village of Ogden — $33,415

Village of Pesotum — $22,730

Village of Royal —  $12,087

Village of Sadorus — $17,161

Village of Sidney — $50,865

Village of Tolono — $142,199

Coles County

City of Oakland — $36,303

Coles County —  $457,579

Village of Ashmore — $32,384

Village of Humboldt — $18,028

Village of Lerna — $11,798

DeWitt County

Village of Deland — $18,399

Village of DeWitt —  $7,591

Village of Kenney — $13,448

Village of Wapella — $23,019

Village of Waynesville — $17,904

Village of Weldon —  $17,698

Douglas County 

City of Newman —  $35,684

Village of Atwood — $50,494

Village of Camargo —  $18,358

Village of Garrett — $6,683

Village of Hindsboro — $12,912

Douglas/Moultrie County

Arthur Rural Fire Protection District — $4,500

Edgar County 

Chrisman Fire Protection District — $1,068

Village of Hume —  $15,676

Village of Brocton —  $13,283

Village of Kansas —  $32,466

Village of Metcalf —  $7,797

Village of Redmon — $7,137

Village of Vermilion —  $9,282

Ford County 

Elliott — $12,170

City of Gibson City — $140,549

Ford County Health Department — $76,057

Village of Kempton — $9,529

Village of Melvin — $18,646

Village of Piper City — $34,075

Village of Roberts — $14,934

Village of Sibley — $11,221

Iroquois County

City of Gilman — $74,833

Village of Ashkum — $31,394

Village of Beaverville — $14,934

Village of Chebanse —  $43,811

Village of Cissna Park — $34,900

Village of Clifton —  $60,559

Village of Crescent City — $25,371

Village of Danforth — $24,917

Village of Donovan —  $12,541

Village of Iroquois — $6,353

Village of Loda — $16,790

Village of Martinton — $15,717

Village of Onarga —  $56,434

Village of Papineau — $7,054

Village of Sheldon —  $44,141

Village of Thawville — $9,942

Village of Wellington —  $9,983

Village of Woodland —  $13,366

Macon County

Town of Hickory Point — $29,672

Village of Blue Mound — $47,771

Village of Warrensburg —  $49,916

Moultrie County

Moultrie County Health Department — $76,167

Village of Gays — $11,592

Piatt County

Village of Cisco — $10,767

Shelby County

Shelby County Health Department — $76,798

Village of Findlay — $28,176

Village of Herrick — $17,986

Village of Oconee — $7,426

Town of Sigel — $15,387

Village of Stewardson —  $30,280

Village of Strasburg — $19,265

Vermilion County

Indianola — $11,386

Village of Allerton — $12,005

Village of Alvin — $11,138

Village of Belgium — $16,666

Village of Bismarck —  $23,886

Village of Henning — $10,355

Village of Potomac — $30,940

Village of Rankin —  $23,143

Village of Rossville — $54,908

Village of Sidell — $25,453

COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving story, and we are working hard to bring you the most up-to-date information. We recommend checking the Coronavirus Information Center for the most recent numbers and guidance.

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