Village of New Baden • 1 E Hanover St • New Baden, IL 62265 • (618) 588-3813
 Village Hall:  618-588-3813

Village of New Baden
1 E Hanover St
New Baden, IL 62265
(618) 588-3813

Office Hours:
Monday to Friday,
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

 

Emergency Notification Sign-up

 

Qualified Non-highway Vehicle Information

2014 Fall Health Fair Screenings 

 

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Oct. 8: 1st practice for 2/3 grade @ 6:00 pm
Oct. 8: 1st practice for 4/5/6 grade @ 7:00 pm
Oct. 13: 1st game of the season
Nov. 19: Last game of the season

Games will be played Monday and Wednesday

**Please submit both registration form and waiver.


New Baden Leash Law
3-2-7 RESTRAINT OF DOGS.
The owner or keeper of a dog shall keep the dog under restraint at all times and shall not permit such dog to be at large, off the premises of the property of the owner or keeper, unless the dog is under complete control as defined in Section 3-1-1. (See 65 ILCS Sec. 5/11-20-9).



3-1-10 ANIMALS IN THE PARK.
(A) Owners shall keep their animal(s) on a leash at all times while the animal is in the Village Park. Shock collars are not an acceptable form of control. Animals (including but not limited to dogs) will not be permitted in the park during the June Jamboree, the Fall Festival/Chili Cook Off, or any other special event, as determined by the Village Board of Trustees. Animals are prohibited from being within fifty (50) feet of the Community Pool, the Legion Baseball Field, any playground area or any organized sporting event being held at the park unless the animal is being walked on the walking trail. Animal defecation must be picked up and disposed of immediately pursuant to Section 3-1-2.

To read the entire Chapter 3 - Animals Section of the Village Code, click here.



Opening Day is May 28!

Follow them on Facebook at New Baden Farmer's Market


1st Saturday of Every Month
9 AM UNTIL 11 AM

No collection in July.

AT NEW BADEN CIVIC CENTER (100 East Birch St)

 SPONSORED BY CITIZENS FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.

They will accept anything that has a power cord. 

Examples: computers, radios, DVD/CD/VCR players, cell phones and chargers, video games, appliances.  We will take batteries of any size, aluminum cans and scrap metal.  There is a $5 fee for all TV's that are dropped off.

Now accepting items that contain refrigerant. 
Examples: A/C units or refrigerators.

 For more information and/or questions please call
Veronica @ 618-588-4474.

CALENDAR

Sunday, October 5

Lions Club Clinton County Amazing Race
Click here for flyer.

Monday, October 6

Village Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Click here for Agenda.

Monday, October 20

Village Board Committee-at-Large Meeting, 7:00 p.m.  Click here for Agenda.

Saturday, October 25

2nd Annual Miles for Meals 5K Run/Walk
Click here for registration form.

Saturday, October 25

10th Annual Chili/Soup Cook-off
Click here for flyer.
Click here for registration form.
Click here for craft fair registration form.

Monday, November 3

Village Board Meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Click here for Agenda.

Tuesday, November 4

General Election
Polls open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Tuesday, November 11

Veteran's Day
Village Hall Closed.

Monday, November 17

Village Board Committee-at-Large Meeting, 7:00 p.m.  Click here for Agenda.