halloweenHappy Halloween 2016
Keep Marshall's youngest ghouls and goblins safe this Halloween. Trick or Treating hours in Marshall are 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, October 31.
Keep these tips in mind as your kids haunt the neighborhood:
Accompany children (or send an older sibling) and make sure they don't enter anyone's home without your permission.
Use makeup instead of a mask so your child's view is not obstructed.
Map out a trick-or-treat route for your children to follow.
Make sure kids cross only at corners -- and look in all directions first. Remind them to use sidewalks or walk facing traffic so
approaching cars can be seen.
Caution them against crossing the street between parked cars, where driver's can't see them.
Warn children not to eat any goodies until you've had a chance to inspect them. When in doubt, throw it out.

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City Hall Information

201 S. Michigan Ave.
PO Box 298
Marshall, Illinois 62441

 

Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 7am - 4:30pm Except Legal Holidays

Phone: 217-826-8084 or 217-826-8087         Fax: 217-826-2949

After business hours emergency phone: 217-826-8084

Mayor SandersWelcome to Marshall!

Welcome to the City of Marshall’s website and most importantly, our town. Marshall is situated at the crossroads of Interstate 70 and the Old National Road.  We have a progressive attitude while maintaining our rich history and traditions.

Throughout the year, Marshall is host to Autumn Fest, Holly Days and Friday night band concerts in the summer.  We are near Lincoln Trail State Park and Mill Creek Park that offer fishing, camping and trails for ATV’s and horses.  We have a historic downtown with 7 buildings on the National Historic Register in and around it.  There is something for everyone.

Marshall is a great place to live, raise a family, work and do business.  Our citizens and their dedication to our community make it the amazing place it is.  It makes me proud to serve as Mayor.

If you already reside in Marshall, thank you.  If you are considering relocating your home or business or simply thinking about a visit, please do!  You won’t be disappointed.

Sincerely,

 

Mayor Camie Sanders