Focus has Been on Jackson Mississippi While Dixmoor Residents are Still Without Water.

Focus has Been on Jackson Mississippi While Dixmoor Residents are Still Without Water

Focus has Been on Jackson Mississippi While Dixmoor Residents are Still Without Water (Dixmoor, IL) – Another water main broke over the weekend in Dixmoor, bringing the number of current breaks needing repaired to two, according to Dixmoor Village President Fitzgerald Roberts.

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The latest break is on Woods Street and is a major artery serving the Village of Dixmoor. There is water service and schools remain open and currently there are no boil water orders in the Village.

“We need some help in our community,” Roberts said. “These breaks keep happening and we can’t get anywhere to fix these problems as long the breaks keep occurring. I am hopeful, we can get the Village of Dixmoor declared a disaster area and we get some emergency funding to address these issues.”

About Dixmoor

Dixmoor (formerly Specialville) is a village in Cook County, Illinois, United States and a south suburb of Chicago. The population was 2,973 at the 2020 census. Dixmoor is adjacent to Harvey to the south & east, Posen to the west, and Blue Island & Riverdale to the north. Interstate 57 also runs through the village.

Dixmoor is divided between two congressional districts. The area east of Interstate 57 and south of 142nd Street is in Illinois’s 2nd congressional district, as are the area between 141st and 142nd Streets east of Wood Street and the area northeast of the Ashland Avenue-Thornton Road intersection; the rest of the village is in the 1st district.

Home to more than 3,600 residents, Village of Dixmoor is a government municipality based in Dixmoor, Illinois. Since our incorporation in 1923, we’ve been dedicated to helping those in need. We want to keep all of our citizens abreast of upcoming events, construction projects, and grants we’ve received.

Focus has Been on Jackson Mississippi While Dixmoor Residents are Still Without Water

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