October 26, 2021

QUINCY, IL — The Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials and the Quincy Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for the new Community Service Center at 706 Maine Street in downtown Quincy on Wednesday October 20th.

Chamber Ambassadors, Quincy Mayor Mike Troup, Director of Administrative Service for City of Quincy Jeff Mays, TRRC board member Bill Stalder and TRRC staff attended the ceremony.

Community Services Director Becky Pruden cut the ribbon to celebrate the opening of the Community Services Center.

The new service center is open and operational in the old People’s Prosperity Bank location in Quincy. Programs like the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, Percentage of Income Payment Plan, rental assistance, shelter programs, water/sewer costs assistance, prescription cost assistance, and the weatherization program are run out of the Community Service Center.

Quincy and Adams County residents can call to schedule an appointment with our service staff or walk in and get help.

The move to 706 Maine Street gives our Community Services Department and Weatherization Department a more visible presence in the community and easier access for clients needing assistance.

A previously unused space, the first floor of the City Hall Annex was approved to be leased by Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials by the Quincy City Council and Mayor Mike Troup at the August 9th City Council Meeting.

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