The Village of Bartonville, Limestone Township, Peoria County, Illinois, is a Municipality of the State of Illinois. It was incorporated in 1903.
The Village of Bartonville is a member of the Illinois Municipal League; Illinois Police and Fire Commission; Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police; Police County Association of Chiefs of Police and Multi-County Narcotic Enforcement Group.
The Village of Bartonville has a population 6,310 residents and 8 square miles. The Village of Bartonville has a Mayor and Board of Trustees form of government, elected by the residents of the Village of Bartonville.
Funding for operation of the Village of Bartonville is done every fiscal year May 1 through April 30 by adoption of an Appropriation Ordinance and Levy. Operation of the Village of Bartonville is dependent upon Peoria County real estate taxes, Municipal sales taxes, State income taxes, State replacement taxes, State auto rental taxes, fees for permits and licenses, fees for park usages, ordinance fines, parking ticket fines, telecommunications, cable, electrical franchises, and miscellaneous other revenues.
To say Laura Land keeps a busy schedule is an understatement. As owner of the CoffeeHouse Company in O’Fallon, Illinois and landlord to several other small businesses in the adjoining strip mall, there is never a dull moment. One Wednesday in late July, she was busy baking for an upcoming farmer’s market when one of her tenants burst into the CoffeeHouse with phone in hand and a panicked look on her face. The tenant, who worked as a hairstylist at a salon Land owned, h...