Milledgeville Police Department

  • Agency: Milledgeville Police Department
  • Address: 334 N Main Ave, Milledgeville, 61051 IL
  • Chief: James Haag (Chief of Police)
Phone: 815-225-7134

Milledgeville Police Department is located at 334 N Main Ave, Milledgeville, 61051 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is James Haag. The Milledgeville Police Department phone number is 815-225-7134.

Milledgeville Police Department News

THe Village of Milledgeville will be flushing Hydrants from Monday Oct 15th to Friday Oct 19th

Representatives of Spark Energy were in town today. They were not registered by the Village. If you were contacted by them today and switched your energy company Please read any of the material they should have left with you to see how long you are required to stay with them, if there is a fee to leave them or how long they guarantee their rate. If you have any questions you may come to the village hall and we will review the information with you

The Milledgeville Police Dept would like to thank the numerous Police and Fire Depts that came to our aid after the recent storm on Tuesday Sept 25th. In addition we would like to thank the many Volunteers and the area Street and Highway Depts that have provided our community with the manpower to clean up the aftermath of the Storm. May you all be safe and again a BIG THANK YOU.

SCHOOL STARTS AUGUST 20th. DRIVE CAREFUL, DRIVE RESPONSIBLY Slow down. Speed limits in school zones are reduced for a reason. Come to a complete stop. Always come to a complete stop, checking carefully for children on sidewalks and in crosswalks before proceeding. Eliminate distractions. Research shows that taking your eyes off the road for just two seconds doubles your chances of crashing. And children can be quick, crossing the road unexpectedly or emerging suddenly between two parked cars. Reduce risk by not using your cell phone Reverse responsibly. Every vehicle has blind spots. Check for children on the sidewalk, in the driveway and around your vehicle before slowly backing up. Watch for bicycles. Children on bikes are often inexperienced, unsteady and unpredictable. Slow down and allow at least three feet of passing distance between your vehicle and a bicyclist. Find videos, expert advice and safety tips at Talk to your teen. Car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States, and nearly one in four fatal crashes involving teen drivers occur during the after-school hours of 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Get evidence-based guidance and tips at

The Village of Milledgeville has issued a Solicitors Permit to Edzus Kravalis of Southwestern Advantage, He can solicit from 9am to 7pm . This is Not an Endorsement by the Village of Milledgeville

Remember it is NEVER safe to leave a child ALONE in a car.Always Look Before You Lock >Always check the back seats of your vehicle before your lock it and walk away. >Keep a stuffed animal or other memento in your child’s car seat when it’s empty, and move it to the front seat as a visual reminder when your child is in the back seat. >If someone else is driving your child, or your daily routine has been altered, always check to make sure your child has arrived safely. Keep in Mind a Child’s Sensitivity to Heat >In 10 minutes, a car’s temperature can rise over 20 degrees. >Even at an outside temperature of 60 degrees, the temperature inside your car can reach 110 degrees. >A child dies when his/her body temperature reaches 107 degrees. Understand the Potential Consequences of Kids in Hot Cars *Severe injury or death *Being arrested and jailed *A lifetime of regret

Please keep the Ogle County Sheriff’s Office family, Hilliard family, the Merritt family and Sgro family in your thoughts and prayers

Hands free in ILLINOIS really means HANDS FREE. If you have it in your hand it is a violation.

4th of July Pet Precautions Most animals are frightened by fireworks. Pets that feel scared may react by running away from home, defecating indoors, or otherwise destroying property. Protect your pets on the fourth of July by taking some basic precautions. >Don't take your pets to fireworks displays. >Don't leave your pets in a car by themselves. Especially in the current heat wave. >Don't leave your pets unattended outside. During public fireworks displays, keep your pets in a safe place indoors where they won't be able to destroy anything. If your home isn't soundproof, you might want to leave the television or radio on so your pets won't hear the fireworks. >Consult your veterinarian ahead of the holiday if your pets have a tendency to overreact to loud noises. And remember the personal use of fireworks in the state of Illinois is illegal

Cars have Bumpers. Bikers have Bones. Please watchout for Motorcycles and Bicycle riders this summer

Congratulation to the Milledgeville Class of 2018.

Dixon PD SRO Mark Dallas leading the Dixon Class of 2018.

Nearly half of drivers report recently talking on a hand-held cellphone while behind the wheel. Are you reading this while driving? Hang up and drive.

The average text takes 5 seconds – like driving the length of a football field blindfolded!

This Holiday weekend Thinking about skipping sleep? Missing just 2-3 hrs of sleep can increase crash risk by +4 times - the equivalent of driving drunk. Be safe. Get at least 7 hrs of sleep before getting behind the wheel.

If you’ve been following the news, you’ve probably seen that the iconic Toys"R"Us is winding down its business operations in the U.S., and closing its stores across the country, including stores in Puerto Rico. At this time, according to Toys"R"Us, you have only until April 15, 2018 to use your Toys"R"Us gifts cards. Advice from Toys"R"Us customer service representatives is to use your gift cards as soon as possible, whether in-store or online. Something else to consider, purchases from a company that’s going out of business are usually “final sales.” That means you should choose wisely because you probably won’t be able to return the item for a refund. Even if store credit is an option – you’d want to use that quickly too. If you have questions about refund and return policies, ask before you make any purchase. In addition, Toys"R"Us says its other customer programs, including Rewards dollars and Endless Earnings, are being honored for the next 30 days. Consider being a Designated Rider this St. Patrick's day

Will I get a ticket if I don't comply with the Move Over Law? Drivers who fail to comply with the Move Over Law face serious penalties, including: Up to a $10,000 fine 2- year suspension of driving privileges Jail time, in extreme cases

What is the Move Over Law? Effective January 1, 2017, Scott’s Law, also known as the “Move Over” law, was expanded to require passing drivers to slow down and change lanes safely when approaching ANY vehicle with its hazard lights on, not just emergency and maintenance vehicles. What should I do when I see a vehicle with flashing lights?

A number of Solicitors have registered at Village Hall from Universal Direct Energy. They will be issued a Village Permit to go door to door sometime next week to discuss gas and electric rates. They are NOT representing the Village of Milledgeville nor are they from Commonwealth Edison or NiCor Gas. You may ask to see their permit. You do not have to provide them with any information if you so choose to.

Per Iowa DOT the Savanna/Sabula Bridge will be closed until the end of May.

Sauk Valley Sports February 23 at 8:12pm · Boys basketball, 1A Amboy Regional: Milledgeville 68, Indian Creek 63. Kyle Ottens with 46 to end the Missiles' postseason drought. It's Milledgeville's first regional title and first postseason tourney win since the 1931 district title

Illinois law requires you to have your headlights on in inclement weather (Fog). Parking lights or daylight running lights do not count. Tip; If the Streets lights are not on then your headlights may not be on. You have to turn them on manually.