Welcome to the City of South Beloit!
Our location, reasonable housing costs, and friendly residents make South Beloit a great place to live, work, learn, and play. Good schools, beautiful parks, and easy access are just some of the reasons to be here. Manufacturing and retail businesses realize the great value of our being part of city.
The City of South Beloit was incorporated in 1917. Located on the border of Illinois and Wisconsin along the scenic riverfront of the Rock River and Turtle Creek, the city is easily accessible off interstate highways I-90, I-39, and I-43. Chicago, Milwaukee, and Madison are all within 90 miles.
Open Burning in South Beloit is March 18-May 1
The Fire Department has announced open burning for yard waste generated on the property from March 18-May 1. Open burning is allowed from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Fires must be attended at all time.
Trash and Recycling Collection Changes
South Beloit’s trash collection is served by Rock River Disposal and the new 2016 contact includes recycling. Please click here to learn more about the program.
City of South Beloit Centennial
The City of South Beloit will celebrate our centennial year in 2017. Plans for the celebration are beginning now. If you are interested in being part of the Planning Team or helping out for this event please stop by City Hall and sign up.