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Club Serve Volleyball Spring 2017

Club Serve Volleyball Spring 2017

3rd-4th graders:
3/28, 4/4, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2 from 6-7:30 p.m.
5th-6th graders:
3/30, 4/6, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4 from 6-7:30 p.m.

Cost: $35 includes all five sessions, a t-shirt, and a medal

Questions? Contact Coach Court by email  or call 618-667-6241

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Triad Middle School Presents
Disney Aladdin Jr.

Triad Middle School Presents Disney Aladdin Jr.
May 21th and 13th, 2017 at 7pm
May 13th, 201 at 2pm in the TMS Large Gym
Tickets available in TMS Office for $3 View Flyer

To Sponsor, fill out the form and send it to:
Triad Middle School Musical
9539 US Highway 40, St. Jacob, IL 62281

Please make all checks payable to Triad Middle School. Please send your $50 donation and info form by Monday, May 1st. If you have any questions regarding sponsors, please call Shannon Flanigan at 618-410-6546 or Chris McCulley at 618-301-0470.

13th Annual Saint Paul's Trivia Night

Friday, May 5, 2017
7:00 p.m.
Doors Open at 6:00 p.m.
Collinsville VFW, Hwy 159, in Collinsville
$150 per table
Up to 10 persons per table
There will also be fantastic silent auction items, 50/50 raffle, heads or tails, attendance drawings, and mulligans for purchase!
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Dunkin Donuts Guest Appreciation Day

Dunkin Donuts Guest Appreciation
May 8th Through May 11th
Free Any Size Hot/Iced Coffee
Limit 1 per person

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Troy City Wide Garage Sale

May 13, 2017, 7am-2pm
Tri-Township Park & All Across the City

Contact the Chamber at 618-667-8769 for more information
More Information and Online Sign-Up Coming Soon

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CJD E-Cycling Drive

May 13, 2017, 9am-12pm
410 Wickliffe St., Troy, IL 62294

Visit the CJD E-Cycling website for more information, or call 618-659-9006.

Not all items are accepted at the CJD E-Cycling Drive. View flyer to see list of accepted items.

Schedule a bulk pick-up from Republic Services for items not accepted at the CJD E-Cycling Drive. View Republic Service's list of accepted items.

Chicken and Beer Dance

To benefit the Troy Firefighter's Association
May 20, 2017
Collinsville American Legion
1022 Vandalia St. Collinsville, IL 62234

Doors open at 6pm; Band begins at 7pm

PreSale tickets are available through any fire fighter or call 618-304-9016. $35.00/couple or $20.00/individual (pricing at the door will be $40/couple or $25.00/individual)

Chicken and beer included (bring your own sides) View Flyer

Dunkin Donuts 2017 Catering

Dunkin Donuts in Troy IL will begin offering catering in January 2017.  Please view the Catering Menu Order Form to see what is available.

Download and fill out the form, and then contact Dunkin Donuts in Troy to order. Bring the form to Dunkin Donuts, 819 Edwardsville Rd., Troy, IL 62294 or call 618-667-9931 or fax the form to: 618-667-0915.

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Bus Drivers Needed

Bus Drivers Needed for Triad School District #2 in Troy IL
Apply online , E-mail or call 618-667-5400 Ext 1208
Requirements:
Must be 21 years old and hold a valid driver's license
Good driving record and bus driving license a plus
Starting wage: $14/hour
Full and Part Time Positions Available
Summers & Holidays Off
Training Available
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TECC Now Hiring!

Troy Early Childhood Centers Now Hiring!

We are currently hiring at all locations. If you are interested in working in Early Childhood Education and have a passin for children please contact us. For those who are enrolled in school we have flexible hours and will accommodate your school schedule.

Positions available: Full-time teachers, part-time teachers, assistant teachers

If interested, please send your information to:
Troy Early Childhood Center Too
803 Americana Ct. Troy, IL
send resume by email
contact by phone at 618-667-9350, or by fax at 618-9360

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Rates are low today, but could be gone tomorrow. Apply today before they go up.
10 year fixed-- 2.996% APR  120 monthly payments
15 year fixed-- 3.192% APR  180 monthly payments
Maximum closing cost of $1,000
Apply online at www.fnbstaunton.com
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Partners for Pets Seeking Donations

Partners for Pets is seeking donations from the community! View our Wish List below to find out what sort of things we could use to take care of our cats and dogs!
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Troy Lions Club Eyeglasses Collection

The Troy Lions Club had numerous eyeglass collection boxes around town. They also accept other items in addition to eyeglasses, such as cellphones, ink cartridges, and keys.
All donations help with "Sight and Sound" (or eyeglasses and hearing aid) assistance around the world.

Collection Locations

Jarvis Township Senior Center Providing Services

We are still providing services at the Wiesemeyer Center, just waiting for the Park District to give us directions.  We will be getting money from Jarvis Township to help cover our projected expenses.  We wish to thank both of these taxing bodies for allowing us to continue serving the seniors of Jarvis Township.

At the present time, the Center is open Monday and Thursday from 8:30am-12:30pm.  Watch the paper for updates on our move and new hours.  All monthly meals with entertainment will continue on the first Thursday of the month at the Wiesemeyer Center.  Reservations for the monthly meal are due the Tuesday before the Thursday dinner.  A donation of $5 is required for those eating and/or enjoying the entertainment.  Reserve your spot by calling MaryAnn Miller 618-977-6542.

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1099 Belt Line Road, Suite D
Collinsville, IL 62234
OR
904 Edwardsville Rd., Suite 100
Troy, IL 62294

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General Information


View the 2013 Community Information Sheet


In 1819, ten acres of land in southern IL became the future city of Troy. Settler John Jarvis sold the ten acres for $10 per acre to James Riggen and David Hendershott. The community formerly known as Columbia was then mapped out, surveyed, and renamed Troy by James Riggen. Within a year, the village was populated by 120 people, and began a growth which hasn't stopped since.

Troy's humble beginnings started with just a band mill, storehouse, taverns, and housing. With the addition of a post office in 1833, and the National Road in 1839, Troy would become the first stagecoach stop for travellers to and from St. Louis, 18 miles west of the budding community.

All the necessary ingredients were present to make Troy a success by 1850. The community had grown to 250 people, covering every occupation necessary in a small town. These skilled citizens, along with the "stagecoach stop" recognition, helped Troy become legally recognized as a town in 1857.

Troy's growth continued with the addition of more farms, industry, and shops. Churches and schools became present, while the local mines and farms offered employment.

Troy's first newspaper, The Commercial Bulletin , made its debut in 1872 started by James Jarvis. The addition of a railroad stop in the late 1800's helped Troy's population increase, bringing in additional revenue and job opportunities. Troy officially became a city on April 12, 1892 with a population of over 1,080 by the year 1900.

New growth brought about new challenges and opportunities. Troy met both of these head on, continuing to prosper with new business and jobs throughout the 1900's. Troy's small town charm along with convenient location to big city business helped Troy grow to the third fastest growing area in the U.S. by 1978, and still shows no signs of slowing down. Despite the continued growth, Troy has maintained it's small town charm. A strong sense of community combined with the promise of opportunity makes Troy a unique and wonderful place to live.

Demographics - Troy, Illinois

Our wonderful city is located conveniently at the 55/70/270 crossing. Please read below for Troy, Illinois' demographic information.

2007 Special Census Population Count

Troy's prior population 7,724, special census for specified area 2,179, already counted residents for 2000 for specified area -820, Troy's new population 10,083. The state of Illinois has a population of 9,883. According to the Census Bureau the reason for the difference is the  following: The state of Illinois goes by blocks/tracks and accounts for annexations as well as area of community. The total is figured and divided between adjoining communities in order to give fair assessment on the population count.

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Troy Services

Municipal Building in Troy, Illinois - IL

City of Troy, Illinois - Municipal Building

City Council

City Council meetings are held the first and third Mondays of the month, unless the holiday when they are held on the following Tuesday. Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers at the Troy Municipal Building, 116 East Market, Troy, Illinois.
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Troy City Hall Administration

116 East Market St.
Troy, Illinois
618-667-6741 x1
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Troy City Clerk

116 East Market St.
Troy, Illinois
618-667-6741 x3
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Troy Police Department

116 East Market St.
Troy, Illinois
618-667-6731
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Troy Building & Zoning

618-667-8734
Building permits may be picked up Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Requests for inspections must be made 24 hours in advance.
Phone number is 667-8734.
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Troy Water Department

116 East Market St.
Troy, Illinois
618-667-6741 x2
Public Works Department is open Monday-Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to noon for water and sewer tap-on, payments of water/sewer bills, and other services concerning water, sewer or streets, etc. Call 667-9924 ext 2 with questions and concerns.

The Public Works Department’s primary functions include the maintenance of city streets, sidewalks, storm sewers, sanitary sewers, water mains; snow removal; solid waste collection; planning & zoning; building inspections; code enforcement; and the operation and maintenance of the City owned water and waste water treatment plants.

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Animal Control

Officer Scott Lawson
618-667-6741
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Community Genealogy


In 1819, ten acres of land in Southern Illinois became the future city of Troy. Settler John Jarvis sold the ten acres for $10 per acre to James Riggen and David Hendershott. The community formerly known as Columbia was then mapped out, surveyed, and renamed Troy by James Riggen. Within a year, the village was populated by 120 people, and began a growth which hasn't stopped since. Troy's humble beginnings started with just a band mill, storehouse, taverns, and housing. Wtih the addition of a post office in 1833, and the National Road in 1839, Troy would become the first stagecoach stop for travelers to and from St. Louis, 18 miles west of the budding community.

All the necessary ingredients were present to make Troy a success by 1850. The community had grown to 250 people, covering every occupation necessary in a small town. These skilled citizens, along with the "stagecoach stop" recognition, helped Troy become legally recognized as a town in 1857.

Troy's growth continued with the addition of more farms, industry, and shops. Churches and schools became present, while the local mines and farms offered employment.

Troy's first newspaper, The Commercial Bulletin, made its debut in 1872 started by James Jarvis. The addition of a railroad stop in the late 1800's helped Troy's population increase, bringing in additional revenue and job opportunities. Troy officially became a city on April 12, 1892 with a population of over 1,080 by the year 1900.

New growth brought about new challenges and opportunities. Troy met both of these head on, continuing to prosper with new business and jobs throughout the 1900's. Troy's small town charm along with convenient location to big city business helped Troy grow to the third fastest growing area in the U.S. by 1978, and still shows no signs of slowing down. Despite the continued growth, Troy has maintained it's small town charm. A strong sense of community combined with the promise of opportunity makes Troy a unique and wonderful place to live.

Troy Genealogical Society


It was in 1997 that a small group of individuals, each who were interested not only in their own genealogy, but were wanting to share their enthusiasm for discovering “roots.” Little by little, they have grown from a few to nearly 50 members. They meet the first Wednesday of each month, with the exception of July and December, in the Genealogical/Historical Room of the Tri-Township Public Library, 209 South Main, Troy, Illinois. For correspondence purposes, you may address questions/inquiries to them at P.O. Box 352, Troy, Illinois 62294.

They have many genealogical books and CDs, plus quarterlies from the Illinois Genealogical Society, Madison County, many surrounding counties as well as magazines and access to Ancestry.com through their computer and printer. They also have a scanner and copier machine.

One of their main civic projects is photographing, inventorying and preparing a database of the Troy City Cemetery. That database may be reached at: Troy City Cemetery.” In addition to that, they have been able to secure funding from tourism money to repair some of the very fragile, nearly illegible tombstones in the same cemetery.

We invite you to come visit us and check out our facility.

The city of Troy, Illinois enjoys a wonderful heritage. Please take a look at the city cemetery for our city.

Churches - Troy

Access Church

Access Church
P.O. Box 175
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-954-5781
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Bethel Baptist Church

Bethel Baptist Church
7775 Collinsville Road
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-667-7775
Fax:618-667-6122
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Sunday:
8:00 a.m. Adult Bible Study
9:20 a.m. 1st Worship Service Bible Study (all ages)
10:45 a.m. 2nd Worship Service Bible Study (all ages)
Wednesday:
6:00 p.m. AWANA and Adult Classes



Friedens United Church of Christ

Friedens United Church of Christ
207 E. Center
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-667-6535
Fax:618-667-6006
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Sunday:
10:15 a.m. Worship
9:00 a.m. Sunday School



Pathway Church

Pathway Church
312 S. Main St
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-751-4499
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Worship Celebration Service:
Sundays at 10am

Weekly Prayer Gathering:
Tuesdays at 6am

Thursdays at 5:30pm:
Troy and Collinsville Gospel Communities



Pentecostals of Troy (The)

Pentecostals of Troy (The)
8965 Rt. 162, PO Box 538
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-667-6054
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Sunday:
9:00 a.m. Prayer
9:30 a.m. Christian Education-all ages
10:15 a.m. Prayer
10:30 a.m. Sun. A.M. Worship Service
2:00 p.m. Mascoutah Spanish Service
Tuesday:
10:00 a.m. Elmwood Nursing Home Service (2nd Tues.each month)
Wednesday:
7:00 p.m. Wed. Eve. Worship Service
7:00 p.m. Christian Education-all ages
Thursday:
7:00 p.m. Thurs. Eve. Prayer Service (1st & 3rd Thurs. each month)



St. Jerome Catholic Church

St. Jerome Catholic Church
511 S. Main
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-667-6571
Fax:618-667-2697
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Sunday Masses:
8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses
6:15 a.m. Tues. and Thurs.
8:00 a.m. Wed. and Fri.
Saturday Mass: 4:00 p.m.



St. Paul Lutheran Church

St. Paul's Lutheran Church
106 North Border Street
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-667-6681
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Saturday:
6:00 p.m. Worship
Sunday:
9:15 a.m. Sunday school
8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Worship



Troy United Methodist Church

Troy United Methodist Church
407 Edwardsville Road
Troy, IL 62294
Phone:618-667-6241
Fax:618-667-7748
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Sundays:
Worship at:
8:00, 9:00, 10:30 & 10:35am
Children's Ministry & Journey Groups at:
9:00 & 10:30am
Wednesday: Worship at 6:00pm



Copper Creek Christian Church

Copper Creek Christian Church
2184 Vadalabene
Maryville, IL 62062
Phone:618-288-9600
Fax:618-288-9620
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Sunday:
9:30 am - Worship Service 
11:00 - 11:45 am - Sunday School
Wednesday:
6:00 - 8:00 pm
The Creek (Jr. & Sr. High)
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First Baptist Church of Maryville

First Baptist Church Maryville
7110 State Route 162
Maryville, IL 62062
Phone:618-667-8221 ext. 113
Fax:618-667-0650
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Sunday Services:
8:15, 9:30, & 10:55 a.m.
Wednesday Evenings:
Activities for All Ages, 7:00 p.m.

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Gateway Family Church

Gateway Family Church
97 Oaklawn Dr.
Glen Carbon, IL 62034
Phone:618-288-7740
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Sunday:
10:00 a.m. Morning Service
6:00 p.m. Evening Service

Wednesday:
7:00 p.m. Service
7: 15 p.m. Youth Service



Good Shepherd

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and School
1300 Beltline Road
Collinsville, IL 62234
Phone:618-344-3153
Fax:618-344-3156
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Sunday Worship: 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
Nursery available for children three years and younger.
Sunday School & Bible Classes:
9:15 a.m. (For all ages)
Nursery available for children three years and younger.
Saturday Worship: 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Worship 6:15 - 6:45 p.m.



New Rivers Assembly of God Church

New Rivers Assembly of God
2620 N. Center St.
Maryville, IL 62062
Phone:618-344-7656
Fax:618-344-7965
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Sunday: 
10:00 a.m - PowerHouse Kids
10:00 a.m. - Morning Worship
6:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Youth Group
Wednesday:
 9:30 a.m. Ladies Prayer and Bible Study
7:00 p.m. Breakout



St. Jacob UCC

St. Jacob United Church of Christ
207 W. Main Street
St. Jacob, IL 62281
Phone:618-644-2142
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Sunday:
9 a.m. Sunday School
10:15 a.m. Church Service



St. Michael's Episcopal Church

St. Michael's Episcopal Church
111 O'Fallon Troy Road
O'Fallon, IL 62269
Phone:618-632-6168
Fax:618-622-4980
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Sunday:
9:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist and Sunday School



Schools - Troy

Silver Creek Elementary

209 N. Dewey Street
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-5403
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C.A. Henning

520 E. Highway 40
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-5401
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St. Paul Lutheran

106 N. Border Street
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-6681
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Troy Early Childhood

803 Americana
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-9350

Second Location:
111 E. Charter Street
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-3131
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Five Star Learning Center

7334 State Rt. 162
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 505-1234



Kool Kids Day Care Child Development Center

210 E. US Hwy 40
Troy, Illinois
618-667-6316
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1st Step Learning Center

407 Edwardsville Road
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-6241 Ext. 13
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A Place 2 Grow Child Care & Learning Center Inc.

40 Dorothy Dr.
Troy, IL 62294
618-667-4998
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Triad Middle School

9539 US Highway 40
St. Jacob, IL 62281
(618) 644-5511
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Triad High School

703 East Highway 40
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-5409
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Triad School District

P.O. Box 360, 203 E. Throp
Troy, IL 62294
(618) 667-8851
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Marine Elementary

725 W. Division St.
PO Box 398
Marine, IL 62061
(618) 667-5404
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Maryville Christian School

7110 State Route 162
Maryville, Illinois 62062
Phone: 618-667-8221
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Maryville Elem School

6900 West Main Street
Maryville, IL 62062
Phone: 618-346-6262
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Collinsville Middle School

9649 Collinsville Road
Collinsvile, IL 62234
Phone: 618-343-2100
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Collinsville High School

2201 South Morrison
Collinsville, IL 62234
Phone: 618-346-6320
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St. John Neumann

142 Wilma Drive
Maryville, IL 62062-5435
(618) 345-7230
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St. Jacob Elem School

309 Jacob Street
PO Box 217
St. Jacob, IL 62281
(618) 644-2541
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The Goddard School

801 S. Arbor Vitae
Edwardsville, Illinois 62025
(618)-692-9464
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Tri-Township Library

Tri-Township Library in Troy IL
The Tri-Township Library has so much to offer. The library offers a large variety of books, videos and CD’s. In addition, you may stop by the library at 209 South Main or click hereto visit their website.

The first Friday and the second Saturday of each month, the Friends of the Library have a book sale in the basement of the library. You can donate your old books and magazines during open library hours. Or you can visit the sale between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on the dates noted.

Story & Craft Hour

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GED CLASSES.  Southwestern Illinois College hosts GED classes at the library twice a year. Classes meet in the Community Room on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:50 p.m. for 8 weeks. Register for the course at the first meeting. For future course availability or other questions - call 1-618-235-2700, extension 5525, e-mail: janice.buchwald@swic.edu  or click on this active link: http://www.swic.edu/adultbasiced/.

VOTER REGISTRATION.  Registrars are normally available at the library Monday through Friday, 9-5, and Saturday 9-4.  To register, a person must show two types of identification:  one must have the current address, and one must be a photo I.D.  It is also required to use the social security number (at least the last four digits) or the driver's license number.  For more information about upcoming elections and early voting or absentee voting, see http://www.madisonvotes.com/

LIBRARY BOARD MEETING. The library board meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm (unless noted otherwise). The public is encouraged to attend as plans for the future of the library are discussed.

GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETING.  First Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm (unless noted otherwise). For more information about the Troy Genealogical Society, visit our Genealogy page.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING.  Third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm (unless noted otherwise). For more information about the Troy Historical Society, visit our Troy History page.

NOTARY SERVICE.  The library has two staff members who are licensed notaries.  Service is available most weekdays during normal library hours for a $1.00 fee.  Call ahead to ensure one of our notaries will be availbale when you come.


Tri-Township Park

Tri-Township Park


Office hours are Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm.
Closed 12 to 1pm.
For Community Center or pavilion rental please call us at 618-667-6887.

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