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.

Quincy Preservation Commission

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Created on May 3rd, 1984. Initial appointments are for a 3-year term. The membership of the Commission consists of 2 Aldermen, The Department of Planning & Development Director and 11 citizens. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in the Department of Planning and Development conference room, City Hall Annex, 3rd Floor, 706 Maine Street.

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Name Address Phone
(A-Appointed, E-Expires)
David Schlembach
1866 Grove Ave. 217-223-4605(W)
217-222-5295 (H)
Donna Haire
Vice Chairperson
312 Lexington 217-223-7949
Chuck Bevelheimer (Ex-Offcio)
Director of Planning & Development
706 Maine St. 217-228-4515
Alderman Eric Entrup 1506 Highland Ln. 217-577-5500
Alderman Katie Awerkamp
1936 Washington


Robert Cook 310 S. 16th St. 217-224-2585
Vicki Ebbing (A-2013) 1515 Kentucky St. 217-228-4545 (W)
217-257-9909 (C)
Karol Ehmen 1665 Hampshire St. 217-577-9761
Jamie Foster (A-2014) 1222 Chestnut St. 217-316-4569
Walter Giesing (A-2014) 228 South 18th St. 217-316-1658
Suzy Irwin-Wells 3008 Lantern Ln. 415-601-9657
Dick Wellman
327 South 12th St.
Lynn Snyder (A-2013) 590 Hwy. 57 217-221-1970 (H)
Judy Trent 1874 Grove Ave 720-299-8510
Tom Fentem, Staff 706 Maine St. 217-221-3663 (W)
217-228-2724 (H)