Open Burning Suspended

After much consideration, the Village has decided to suspend opening burning of yard wastes until May 1, 2020 and will be reevaluated if COVID-19 Shelter orders continue past May 1, 2020.

Open Burning of Yard Waste-April & May

Open burning of dry leaves, dry brush, paper or paper goods will be allowed during daylight hours within the Village limits of Durand, Illinois, in the months of April, May, October and November provided, however, that you not leave the fire unattended. (Durand Ord....

Dash for Trash?

Many residents are asking whether this year’s Village-wide community clean-up day (A.K.A. Dash for Trash) will still take place.  Advanced Disposal would like to keep our Saturday, May 2, 2020 if possible, however, this depends on whether the State Shut-down on...

A Word from the Village President

As we move forth into April, the pandemic of the COVID-19 virus is becoming a major influence in how we live our lives. Virus cases in Illinois are on the rise and Winnebago County is experiencing new cases every day. Until the virus peaks, and starts a downward...

Local State of Emergency

In efforts to stay ahead of the COVID-19 Pandemic and prepare for the unknown, Village President, Bob Corwin, has Declared a Local State of Emergency for the Village of Durand. The Declaration is as follows: Pursuant to the authority vested in the office of Village...