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Location: 1528 Third Avenue
Rock Island, IL 61201
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Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
Contact Phone: (309) 732-2050
ADA: Yes
City Hall

Description
City Hall is home to the following: 
  • City Council Chambers 
  • Office of the Mayor 
  • Office of the City Manager 
  • Finance Department 
  • Human Resources Department 
  • Community Economic Development Department


Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility List

Date Event Title
11/1/2014
Council Chambers - Third Floor
Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting
The Board of Zoning Appeals has final City review authority through conducting public hearings for the following land development requests:

-Zoning special exception, authorized uses, and temporary uses
-Interpretation of zoning ordinance and zoning map

11/5/2014
Council Chambers - Third Floor
Planning Commission Meeting
The Planning Commission has three main duties in its recommending role to the City Council:

- Prepare comprehensive land use, corridor, and neighborhood plans.
- Prepare amendments to City land development ordinances (zoning, subdivision, and sign ordinances).
- Conduct public hearings for zoning, site plan review, and subdivision requests initiated by citizens.

11/10/2014
City Council Meeting
Study Session: 5:30 pm, City Council Chambers, third floor. City Council Meeting: 6:45 pm, Council Chambers, third floor
11/17/2014
City Council Meeting
Study Session: 5:30 pm, City Council Chambers, third floor. City Council Meeting: 6:45 pm, Council Chambers, third floor
11/19/2014
Council Chambers - Third Floor
Preservation Commission Meeting
The Rock Island Preservation Commission was created in 1984 for the purpose of identifying such property, structures or areas within the City of Rock Island, Illinois that are historically significant.

The Preservation Commission performs the landmark designation of significant property, structures and historic districts and advises the City Council if such designations are appealed. It is the duty of the Preservation Commission to protect the distinctive visual characteristics of landmarks and historic districts by reviewing, giving advice and passing upon changes to their exterior architectural appearance. The Preservation Commission also takes a lead role in educating the public as regards the architectural and historical heritage of our community.