Village of Morton, Illinois

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Village of Morton
Village Hall

120 North Main Street
Post Office Box 28
Morton, IL  61550-0028
7:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Monday – Friday
309-266-5508 (Fax)
Planning & Community Development
(Zoning Dept.)
Village Hall

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EPA Public Notice

Public Notice

Due to EPA regulations, the Village of Morton is required to post notice of potential
hazards associated with the Combined Sewer Overflow into Prairie Creek. 

Prairie Creek starts at the outlet of the detention pond at the North end of S. Glen Ave
and connects with Bull Run Creek just South of Broadway Rd. The Combined Sewer
Overflow is located inside the box culvert, under S. Main St across the street from Super

A Combined Sewer Overflow can occur when heavy rain fills the Combined Sewer
system in the downtown area, and the volume beyond the pipes capacity overflows into
Prairie Creek. Historically, this only occurs on average 4 to 6 times per year. When the
overflows occur, there is a possibility of contaminants or floatable debris from the
combined sewer entering the creek. 

Special Caution is required when the water level in the creek is high. There is a risk of
being swept into the current and a risk of illness associated with the personal contact with
these waters.