Steeleville Police Department

  • Agency: Steeleville Police Department
  • Address: 107 W Broadway, Steeleville, 62288 IL
  • Chief: Lyndon Thies (Chief of Police)
Phone: 618-965-3134
Fax: 618-965-9479
Email:

Steeleville Police Department is located at 107 W Broadway, Steeleville, 62288 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Lyndon Thies. The Steeleville Police Department phone number is 618-965-3134.

Steeleville Police Department News

Trick or Treat for the Village of Steeleville will still be held on Halloween night from 6 pm to 8 pm. There will also be a Trunk or Treat held that night at the Steeleville Village Hall (107 W. Broadway). Trunk or Treat will be from 6 pm to 7:30 pm. If it rains as predicted the Trunk or Treat will be held inside of the old Fire Department, which is located on the east side of Village Hall. We hope everyone has a safe and happy Halloween!!!

Oktoberfest is almost here! It kicks off with the Oktoberfest Parade tonight at 6 p.m. The parade will travel along W. Broadway from S. Chester St to N. Sparta St. W. Broadway will be closed during this time. If you need to travel through Steeleville during the parade, we ask that you look for alternative routes. We hope everyone enjoys themselves at Oktoberfest!

WE'RE HIRING! The Steeleville Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver's license, possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and not have any convictions for a felony or any crime involving domestic violence. Applicants who have graduated the Full-time or Part-time Police Academy are preferred. There is a residency requirement for Full-Time Police Officers. Applications are available at the Steeleville Village Hall (107 W. Broadway) during normal business hours or on our website www.steeleville.org/forms.html If you have submitted an application to us within the past 6 months and all of your information is still correct you do not need to submit a new application. The Village of Steeleville is an equal opportunity employer.

Update!!!! The dogs owner has been found and returned to him.

Does anyone know this dog? He was found running in the area of Hucks Convenience Store with a long leash attached to his collar. Please contact the Steeleville Police Department at 965-3134 with any information.

UPDATE! The owner has been found! We're looking for help to try to find this guy's owner. He was found in the area of N Sparta St and Eden Rd. Please contact the Steeleville Police Department at 965-3134 with any information.

Happy 4th of July from all of us at the Steeleville Police Department! We hope everyone has a safe trip to Steeleville this morning for our annual 4th of July Parade which begins with the Firecracker 3K at 9:40 a.m. and Parade at 10 a.m. Have a safe and fun filled day!

ATTENTION!!!!!! With a new company being in charge of the fireworks display on the 4th of July this year there have been some changes that they have asked us to help enforce. They have a 350 feet safety zone surrounding the area that they are shooting off the fireworks. No people or vehicles will be allowed within this safety zone during the event. So this means that no one will be able to sit at the Legion Baseball Fields during the fireworks. Also William St./Substation Rd and the back parking lot of the American Legion will be No Parking Areas. William St./Substation Rd will also be temporarily closed to traffic during the fireworks display but will reopen immediately after the fireworks display is over. We understand that many people watch the fireworks display at the Legion Baseball Fields and have done so for many years. We hope that people will understand and help us make sure that everyone has a safe 4th of July! PLEASE HELP US SHARE THIS INFORMATION!!!!

WE'RE HIRING! The Steeleville Police Department is seeking qualified applicants for the positions of Full-time and Part-time Police Officers. Applications must be turned into the Steeleville Village Hall (107 W. Broadway Steeleville, IL 62288) by Monday June 25, 2018 at 4:30 P.M. Applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver's license, possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and not have a conviction for a felony or any crime involving domestic violence. There is a residency requirement for Full-Time Police Officers. Applications are available at the Steeleville Village Hall during normal business hours or on our website www.steeleville.org/forms.html If you have submitted an application to us within the past 6 months and all of your information is still correct you do not need to submit a new application. The Village of Steeleville is an equal opportunity employer.

We want to help spread the word about this program. We know there are kids out there who need lunches during the summer months, and we want to make sure they are able to get one!

We would like to take a moment to remember all of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country. You will never be forgotten!

Thank you to the Senior Class for the treats this morning!

We're feeling the love at SVPD! Lunch yesterday and breakfast this morning! Thank you Steeleville First Baptist Church for the doughnuts!

A big THANK YOU goes out to St Mark's Lutheran School for showing your appreciation for our Officers by providing them with lunch!!!

Welcome to Steeleville for the Community Yard Sale! Please drive carefully while in town today and watch out for pedestrians!

Update on this post. On Monday April 9th at approximately 6:30 pm the Steeleville Police Department was contacted by the Centralia Police Department and notified that they had located Dylan Foutch. Dylan was unharmed and was returned to his Foster Family here in Steeleville! Thank you to everyone who shared this post!

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. The Steeleville Police Department would like to take this time to say THANK YOU to all of our Telecommunicators at the Randolph County Sheriff's Office! We all appreciate everything that you do for us everyday!

Thanks to Subway for providing sandwiches to our Officers working for the Queen of Hearts drawing at the Steeleville American Legion tonight!

The Steeleville Police Department welcomes Justin Baker as our newest full time Police Officer! Justin was already working as a part time Police Officer for our Police Department and was also a full time Correctional Officer at the Randolph County Jail. Help us welcome Justin to Steeleville! (Pictured from left to right Steeleville Police Chief Jim Zeidler, Officer Justin Baker, and Mayor Bob Sutton)

We are still seeking information on the whereabouts of Dylan Foutch. Dylan is 17 years old and was reported missing to the Steeleville Police Department by his Foster Parent on February 12. Dylan has not been seen or heard from since. Anyone with any information can contact the Steeleville Police Department at (618) 965-3134 or our Dispatch at (618) 826-5484. You can also report a sighting by using the link provided.

Sgt. Matthews puts a smile on yet another little one's face! Who knows, maybe we're looking at future Officer Joe!

After being passed by the Steeleville Village Board last night at the Village Board Meeting the following streets have been added as No Parking Zones. No parking on both sides of W. Massachusetts St and W. Jasper St. in the blocks that run from S. Chester St. east to S. Garfield St. Also no parking on the east side only of S. Chester St. from W. William St. to W. Harold St. The Steeleville Maintenance Department will be working during the week to place No Parking signs up in these areas and once the signs are in place our Officers will be enforcing the No Parking Zones. PLEASE SHARE THIS POST TO HELP US GET THE WORD OUT ABOUT THE CHANGE IN PARKING ON THESE STREETS!!!!!!