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March 11, 2024|

EMA 2024 Macon County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

2024 Macon County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

2023/2024 Plan Update

Macon County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) in conjunction with the participating cities, villages and townships completed the 5-year update of the Macon County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan. Macon County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) is dedicated to involving the public directly in the review and update of the plan.

A draft of the plan can be accessed by clicking the link below. Upon state and FEMA approval, the final draft of the plan will replace the draft version of the plan.

 PDF LINK TO PLAN: 2024 Macon County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

To further facilitate continued public involvement in the planning process, the public has the opportunity to provide continual feedback and input. As future needs and concerns arise, or if you would like to provide feedback regarding the latest version of the Macon County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan, please use the form below to provide your comments.

LINK TO FORM:  Comment form Macon County Mitigation Plan

Click here to read full announcement   

January 25, 2024|

Decatur Urbanized Area Transportation Study Public notice Transportation Improvement Plan (DUATS)


                                 PUBLIC NOTICE


Notice is given the Decatur Urbanized Area Transportation Study (DUATS) that they have an amendment on file for the Fiscal Year 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) on file for the public’s review and comments. A fiscal year covers the period of July 1 through June 30. The TIP describes the major transportation improvements planned to be undertaken during the next four (4) years within the Decatur Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA). The TIP was jointly developed by the member agencies of DUATS.  Read the full document.

To learn more about DUATS click here

January 5, 2024|


Mary Eaton
Macon County Recorder
114 S Main St.
Decatur, IL 62523


Dear Business Partner:

The Macon County Recorder’s office is excited to announce a new service that we will be providing our constituents and want to make sure you are informed about it. As we evolve in the technology era, one of our goals is to continue to provide you with services that improve and enhance your interaction with our office.  In partnering with Fidlar Technologies, one of the services that we will be offering soon is the capability to search documents Online. One of the major benefits of Online Access is to provide you with the opportunity to search all our Land Record indexing information and images from the convenience of your office or home. The service will require a fee, either per search or monthly, and the site and service will be maintained fully by Fidlar Technologies in a safe, secure atmosphere.

On Tuesday, April 2nd,  2024 Onsite Training at 9:00 am, representatives from Fidlar Technologies and staff from our office will be available to discuss the benefits of Online Access, provide a full demonstration of the products, and share information regarding fees for accessing Laredo and Tapestry. I invite you and/or your representatives to attend this event to learn more about the many benefits of these programs to you.

Laredo Benefits:

  • 24/7 Remote Internet access
  • Real-time data with printing available
  • Search by many data parameters (grantor/grantee, date range, document number, legal description, etc.)

Tapestry Benefits:

  • 24/7 Remote Internet access
  • Secure browser-based access
  • Advanced search options
  • Flexible membership options available

Where: Recorder’s Office, Room 201
114 S Main St.
Decatur IL 62523

When: Tuesday, April  2nd  (In Person Training)
               9:00 am – 10:30 am Recorder’s Office

We sincerely hope you can join us to learn more about these time- and money-saving tools.



Mary Eaton
Macon County Recorder

March 13, 2023|