Urbana Public Television plans to broadcast the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Countywide Celebration for the 13th consecutive year. This event remembers the life of King and honors those in our community who share his ideals and exhibit a commitment to our community.
Events & Activities
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food, it bridges the gap between consumers and farmers, and can be a valuable option for anyone who would like access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and in our community, even meat, cheese, bread, and more! The First Annual Market at the Square CSA Fair is your opportunity to talk to the farmers that offer CSAs, buying clubs, and similar programs.
We hope that you’ll join us for our First Annual Market at the Square CSA Fair!
All City administrative offices and the Landscape Recycling center are closed to observe the holiday.
The Urbana Fire Department parntered with the Urbana Walmart and Meijer stores to allow families in need to shop for the holidays.
The 54th year of Candlestick Lane in Urbana will light up on Saturday, December 13 at 6 p.m.!
The official lighting ceremony for Candlestick Lane will take place on Saturday, December 13th the north end of Grant Place (the corner of Grant Place and Eastern Drive). To prepare for the ceremony, streets will close to cars at 5 p.m. and will re-open after all homes are lit and the foot traffic has cleared.
- Eastern Drive from Cottage Grove Avenue to Cole Place
- Fairlawn Drive from Cottage Grove Avenue to Patton Place
- Grant Place from Fairlawn Drive to Eastern Avenue
After December 13, Candlestick Lane will light up every evening from 5 - 10 p.m. through Christmas (December 25).
It's All About U is a monthly video and audio series that keeps you connected to all the exciting events and services offered by the City of Urbana.
Urbana Public Television will be holding its Annual Membership Meeting and Open House on Saturday, December 6th at noon inside the Urbana City Council Chambers at 400 South Vine Street in Urbana.
This is a chance for our community producers to meet one another and talk about possible collaborations. It is also a great opportunity for members of the public to learn about the services provided by UPTV and a chance to see our facilities.
Light refreshments will be served.
The City of Urbana and community organizations gathered on Saturday, November 15th for a day full of games and art projects centering around recycling
You are cordially invited to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Boneyard Creek Improvement Project.