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Road District

Limestone Township Service


Snow & Ice Removal


Our first priority will be to address the hills and driving lanes.  Our plow drivers will do curb to curb after driving lanes are open.  After our first priority is taken care of, we will then start taking care of all other roads.


Our parking ban will be put into effect when 2” of snow is forecasted.

The ban enables streets to be cleared in a timely manner.  This will also  protect resident’s vehicles.  Violators of this parking ban may be ticketed.


My apology ahead of time, unfortunately there is no way to avoid plowed snow from piling at the end of driveways. If possible, residents may want to wait until their streets have been plowed before clearing their driveways.


Please note that blowing or placing your snow into the road is not allowed and is covered by Ordinance No. 2022-01.

Right of Way Information

Please use the links below for information related to Right of Way Permitting

Download PDF • 1.24MB

Permit Application
Download PDF • 105KB

Helpful Mapping Links

Please use the links below for information related to property lines and road ownership.

Peoria County GIS - Can be used to find property owners, lines, taxes, and more.

Road Identification Map - Interactive map to find who maintains your road. Click on your road or enter your address to find out.


Township Road Commissioner

Limestone Township Road District

Randy Neal, Road Commissioner

1501 W. Garfield Ave.

Bartonville, IL 61607


Township Engineer

Patrick N. Meyer & Associates, Inc.

Patrick N. Meyer, P.E., M.B.A.

Civil Engineer


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