The Engineering Department is responsible for the administration and oversight of engineering services and provides technical assistance for Maintenance Services, Stormwater Management, Zoning, Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment and other departments in the city as required by code and policy.
The Finance Department is responsible for the reading of all water meters and the preparation of approximately 7,000 water and sewer bills on a monthly basis.
The Mission of the East Moline Fire Department and our members is to protect the lives and property of the citizens and visitors of East Moline from the adverse effects of fires, medical emergencies and hazardous conditions, through the highest achievable prevention and mitigation methods available to us.
The Health Department strives to promote health and quality of life by identifying, preventing, and controlling harmful environmental factors in East Moline.
The Human Resource Coordinator provides assistance to the union employees and management staff.
Welcome to the Inspections Department, where plumbing, electrical, building, and mechanical inspectors as busy making sure the new and existing building is up to code.
The Maintenance Services Department provides an employee on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Employees handle all types of emergency situations such as sewer backups, flooding, debris in streets, malfunctioning traffic signals, snow or ice cover streets, storm work, water main ruptures, and frozen water meters just to name a few.
The East Moline Police Department has 40 sworn officers and 3 support staff to help maintain the quality of life for the citizens of East Moline, Illinois.
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Operations of the wastewater plant revolve around treating waste solids and wastewater. The treatment plant is an activated sludge treatment plant, which means a bacterium is used to break down and reduce solids in the waste.
Water Filtration Plant
We provide the residents of East Moline, Hampton and other outlying areas with safe drinking water that meets and/or exceeds state and federal guidelines.