Batavia Flag Day Celebration

American Flag Day

On Friday, June 14, from 6:00-9:00 PM, at the Peg Bond Center on the Riverwalk in downtown Batavia. There will be food vendors, games, a historic flag display, luminaria tributes, awarding of the annual Dr.Bernard Cigrand Patriotism Award, and a presentation on the 06/14/2020 Flag Day Monument. Entertainment will be provided by Batavia High School Music Ensembles, the Batavia Community Band, and the Misty River Music Makers.


  1. News and Reminders
  2. Public Meeting Calendar
  3. City Service Schedule
  1. Kane County Starts Fabyan Parkway Bridge Repairs

    The Kane County Division of Transportation will begin repairs June 10 on the Fabyan Parkway Bridge. They estimate to complete this project by December 2019. Additional Info...
  2. Mill Creek Watershed-based Planning Presentation

    View Holly Hudson of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning’s presentation to the Committee of the Whole meeting on watershed-based planning. Read on...
  3. City Launches Online Application for Overnight Parking

    You can now apply for a temporary exemption to the City's overnight parking ban using a form on our Web site. Read on...
  4. Congratulate the Winners of the 2019 City Council Elections

    The City of Batavia wishes to congratulate the winners of the 2019 City Council elections: Scott Salvati (Ward 1), Alan Wolff (Ward 2), Read on...
  5. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Metronet Construction

    This information is provided by Metronet, Inc., the fiber optic service provider scheduling construction and installation in Batavia. Read on...
  6. Important Information on Metronet construction methods

    The type of groundwork that MetroNet will be doing is primarily “directional boring”. Directional boring is less invasive than digging an open trench which disturbs the earth all along the path of construction Read on...
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City of Batavia Holiday Office Closings 2019:  Jan 1st New Year’s Day, Jan 21st Martin Luther King Day, April 19th Spring Holiday, May 27th, Memorial Day, July 4th – Independence Day, September 2nd Labor Day, November 11th Veterans Day, November 28th Thanksgiving Day, November 29th Day After Thanksgiving, December 24th - Christmas Eve, December 25th – Christmas Day


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