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Not only a great place to raise a family on a quiet street where you can see the lush green cornfields that surround the town. Sadorus is also a wonderful place to do business or start a business.

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IMPORTANT AVIAN FLU UPDATE

Effective today, IDNR is recommending a halt to the use of bird feeders and bird baths through May 31, or until avian flu infections in the Midwest subside, especially those that waterfowl may visit. During spring, wild birds will have ample food sources while bird feeders are removed.

HPAI has not been detected in songbird species (passerines) at this time.

Further recommendations from the agency:

๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ Clean and rinse bird feeders and baths with a diluted bleach solution (nine parts water to one part bleach) and put away or clean weekly if they canโ€™t be moved away from birds.

๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ Remove any bird seed at the base of bird feeders to discourage large gatherings of birds or other wildlife.

๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ Avoid feeding wild birds in close proximity to domestic flocks.

If five or more deceased wild birds are observed in one location, an IDNR district wildlife biologist should be contacted. Contact information for district wildlife biologists can be found at www.wildlifeillinois.org/sidebar/contact-an-idnr-district-wildlife-biologist/. USDA Wildlife Services also may be contacted at 1-866-487-3297.

In addition, IDNR requests all occurrences of deceased or sick bald eagles be reported to the agency.
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Welcome to Sadorus, Illinois

Sadorus is a pleasant community on the former Illinois prairie located on some of the finest agricultural ground in the world.

The first settlement in Champaign County

Sadorus is conveniently located near two interstates (I-57 and I-72) and one state highway (Route 45). Itโ€™s within easy commuting distance of Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, home of the University of Illinois. Sadorus is less than ten miles south of Carle at the Fields, a growing business corridor comprised of clinics, restaurants, and hospitality services established by Carle Foundation Hospital, one of the largest employers in Champaign County.

Miles of rich cropland surround Sadorus, which began as an agricultural community in 1824. Stop in for a visit and find a pearl of a town with great rural views, safe neighborhoods, and a great location for commerce.

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Village of Sadorus

SADORUS VILLAGE HALL
P.O. Box 109
Sadorus, Illinois 61872

Phone (217) 598-2255
E-mail village@sadorus.com
Fax (217) 598-2255

Village Board Meetings

3rd Wed of every month
6:30 PM
Open to the public

SADORUS VILLAGE HALL
115 East Market Street
Sadorus, Illinois 61872