COVID-19 Closure of the City Buildings

Based on the advice of the Adams County Health Department, all City Buildings will be closing to the public at the end of business today (03/17/2020) until further notice.

Please click here to view the notice from Mayor Kyle Moore.

Human Rights Commission

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Created unknown. The membership of the Commission consists of 15 citizens serving 3-year terms. Meets first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in Quincy City Hall.

Click here to view the Meeting Schedule.

Name Phone Expires
Macy Ferguson-Smith (Chairman) 217-653-2196 May 2021
Susan Scholz (Vice Chair) 217-316-6887 May 2020
Fr. Joe Zimmerman (Secretary) 217-223-9920 x 208 May 2019

Mike Baker 217-224-4920 May 2021
Kate Daniels 217-440-7608 May 2020
Les Fonza 217-222-2464 May 2020
Joel Logue 217-316-2710 May 2021
Sue Rush
May 2021
Cecil Weathers
217-779-7737 May 2020
Dennis Williams 217-740-6643 May 2019

Alderman Katie Awerkamp (City Council) 217-577-9401
Officer Zach Bemis
(Quincy Police Department)

Parties interested in making a complaint for the Human Rights Commission to investigate may contact the City Clerk at 228-4510.