Superintendent: Jeff Reininger
Waste water: 100 Perry Ave.
After Hours: 815-389-3097
Pay Your Sewer Bill
- Online Payment Option : You now have the option to pay your sewer bill online through our new online payment system. To do this, please click this link.
- Pay at the City Clerk’s Office: Pay during business hours, or deposit in the “night slot” at the front door. Or mail to: 519 Blackhawk Blvd. Suite 2, South Beloit, IL 61080
- Pay By Phone Option: You may use our automated pay by phone service. Please call 888-626-9060 and follow the prompts to pay or check your balance. You may pay using Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.
Wastewater Department Overview
- The department is staffed by 5 full-time employees.
- Extensive expansion and pipe replacement is planned in the near future, in order to keep pace with the continuing growth of the City.
- FYI- Back flow prevention is required in all properties in South Beloit per Ordinance 1472.
- Sewer backup damage may not automatically be covered by your home owners, or renters insurance policy.
- Please check with your insurance agent and ask if you are covered for sewer backups. Special endorsements can be added to your policy.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: “My drains are not working properly, or I have had a backup, who should I contact?”
Answer: Contact the City first. If a blockage is found in the City’s sewer main, a sewer cleaning crew will be dispatched to open the blockage. If the blockage is not in the sewer main, the property owner is responsible for removing any obstruction and any costs incurred.
The City will not do work on non-City owned lines.
Precautions against blockages you can take:
- Disposable diapers and wipes should never be flushed. This is the #1 cause of backups we experience.
- Plant trees away from sewer lines. Tree roots have an affinity for water and will seek moisture. Roots can cause cracks in pips and are a major source of blockages on private property.
- Keep grease, egg shells, coffee grounds, fruit rinds, diapers, feminine applicators, and other solids out of the sewer. These items tend to settle and cause line blockages.
Public Works Department Overview
- The department is staffed by 6 full time employees.
- ICOP’s Union Contract with Public Works
The street department’s responsibilities include:
- Street sweeping
- Catch basin maintenance/restoration
- Snow plowing and removal
- Alley grading
- Pavement repair/replacement
- Mowing and maintaining city property, including parks, and tree trimming
- Installation and maintenance of street signs
- Maintenance of city owned building
- Salt streets, alleys, parking lots and sidewalks
- Patch and repair asphalt streets using hot and cold mix asphalt, fill potholes, seal cracks, and pour concrete
- Maintain and unplug storm sewers
- Paint crosswalk, center line, and parking lanes
- Installation and maintenance of traffic and other regulatory signs
- Vehicle maintenance for ALL other departments
The Street Dept. has also played a major role in the renovation of municipal facilities at the Sand Castle Community Center, the City Clerks Office, and Police Dept.
Departmental personnel have received training and certificates from Illinois Risk Management Association, Illinois Department of Transportation, Winnebago County Health Department.
- Flagger Training
- Snow Powing
- Confined Space
- Work Zone Safety
- Vactor Truck operations
- Traffic Control
- Trenching and Shoring
- Loss Control
Snow Emergency Information
As long as a snow removal event exists in any street in the city no vehicle, except emergency vehicles, shall park on any street. During snow removal events odd/even parking shall be suspended until streets are fully plowed and the snow event has been cancelled by city authorities. Any vehicle in violation shall be deemed a traffic hazard subject to immediate ticketing and/or towing. The penalty for improperly parking during a snow event shall be $75.00, and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues. Residents are also reminded to remove trash and recycling carts from the street.
“We take a lot of pride in clearing our roads. Please be patient with our crew and remove vehicles from roadways so we can work as cautiously and quickly as possible. Stay safe.” Steve Haas, City of South Beloit Streets Superintendent.