Request for Proposal – Quincy/Adams County 9-1-1 in partnership with the City of Quincy and Adams County is requesting proposals for a Multi-Site VHF Simulcast Voting Receiver Radio System. Sealed competitive proposals will be received in the office of the Director, City of Quincy and Adams County 9-1-1, 222 N. 52nd St, Quincy, Illinois 62305 until 4:00 o’clock p.m. Thursday, June 29, 2017. Legal Notice.

 

 

Information for taking the Online AOK Community Parent Survey

  • The AOK Community Parent Survey takes approximately 15-20 minutes to  complete. After you start the survey, you will not be able to save or return to it later. If you get disconnected, you can click on the link again to take the survey, but your previous answers will not be recorded.

  • Getting started is as simple as copying and pasting your site-specific web address below into the web browser and hitting enter.

For AOK Adams County

https://surveys.cprd.uillinois.edu/scripts/rws5.plFORM=AOKEngParentSurvey&PWD=050

  • This will bring up the first page of the survey with some directions. After reading the directions, click on the “Enter Survey” button on the bottom of the page to start the survey.

  • To move from page-to-page in the online survey, you will click on the “Previous” or “Next” buttons at the bottom of each survey page, and not the web browser buttons. You can also hit the “Reset this Page” button if you would like to erase all of your answers on a given page to start anew.

  • At the bottom of each page there is a completion bar, which indicates your progress.

  • When you reach the end of the survey, you MUST hit the “Submit Survey” button for your survey to be received.

  • A completion page will indicate a successful submission.

 

The Adams County Health Department has a position open for a

Full Time Public Health Nurse (LPN or RN).

Please submit current resume and three professional references to

healthjobs@co.adams.il.us.

 

 

Located in west central Illinois, Adams County provides citizens with opportunity, diversity, and quality.  Most of the residents live in or near the City of Quincy, while most of the land is used for agriculture.  The county is on the banks of the Mississippi River.

    Quincy is the regional hub for medical services, manufacturing, entertainment, and education.  As the largest city within a 100 miles, Quincy provides the entire county with some of the amenities of larger cities.  And several smaller communities compliment Quincy by offering superb quality of life in rural settings.

The courthouse was constructed in 1950, but an extensive renovation project was completed in 1997.

Visitors to the east side of the building must pass through a security checkpoint and abide by certain rules.  Cell phones are not allowed.

In addition to several offices, there are eight courtrooms, backup 9-1-1 Center and a 100-bed jail in the building.

The Health Department is located just one block from the courthouse in downtown Quincy.  This building was built in 2009.  The Ambulance Department has an administrative office in this building also.

The Quincy / Adams County 9-1-1 Center began operations in a new facility in March, 2007.  The Emergency Management office is located here along with the Emergency Operations Center.
The Juvenile Detention Center was built in 2000.  The Juvenile Detention Facility provides detention services and behavioral programming for troubled youth from ages ten through seventeen. This is a secure custody facility with a maximum rated capacity of 30. 


The Highway Department moved from 36th and Broadway to 101 N 54th St in 1986.





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