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Posted on: February 8, 2016

Raise money for the Midlothian Firefighters or Police Associations by filing your taxes at H&R Block

Have H&R Block prepare your taxes this year, and help the Midlothian Firefighters or Police Associations.

Take the referral form to a participating H&R Block office, and give it to your tax professional. If you do not have a form, please provide them our Non-Profit ID #. To find the nearest H&R Block office go to www.hrblock.com.

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Posted on: February 4, 2016

Public Works employees continue to work hard in the aftermath of Tuesday’s unseasonable weather.


Tuesday afternoon Midlothian was inundated with rain causing the creek to over-bank and Public Works to be out in full force deploying pumps and barriers. Led by Superintendent Sparrey, the team was vigilant in clearing Natalie Creek along Pulaski and re...Read on...

Posted on: February 3, 2016

Residential Phone Scam Alert

IRS phone scam: A caller claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service or a Government agency calls your phone claiming you owe money to the IRS and demands payment or personal information.

These callers tell victims they need to make immediate payment or face arrest. The I.R.S. does not initiate contact with taxpayers by phone or email to request personal or financial information. Telephone area codes reported by residents are; (202) and (...Read on...

Posted on: January 28, 2016

Midlothian Votes to Put Water Tower Construction Out to Bid

Midlothian, IL, 1/28/16 – At the regularly scheduled board meeting last night Midlothian trustees voted unanimously to go out to bid for the construction of the long-awaited water tower.

Once operational, the water tower is expected to alleviate water pressure issues throughout the system including loss of pressure due to power failure. Officials hope to go out to bid in February and begin reviewing bids by the second week of March.Read on...

Posted on: January 28, 2016

Midlothian Passes Rain Ready Plan

Midlothian, IL, 1/28/16 – At the regularly scheduled board meeting last night Midlothian became the first in the nation to adopt the RainReady Plan to address ongoing flooding issues that have plagued property owners for decades.

Through a partnership between local community group, Floodlothian Midlothian and the Center for Neighborhood Technology, the RainReady Plan was developed, and over $1.3 million in outside funds have already been secured and an additional $8.3 million is e...Read on...

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Posted on: December 4, 2015

Employment Opportunity - Building Superintendent

The Village of Midlothian is accepting applications for full-time Building Superintendent for our Building Department.

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