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Are you looking for a place to expand your business? What can Breese do for you? Please contact Kevin Timmermann at 618.806.7797 or email for further information or to schedule a meeting regarding future development. TIF The city has 5 TIF districts.  The first TIF district expired in 2021.  The...

For more than 100 years, St. Joseph’s Hospital in Breese has been the preferred health care choice for the people of Clinton County. For more information click below.

Anyone living in the city limits of Breese is entitled to a library card. For more information about the Library and their hours, click below.

Breese Utilities Office   800 N. 1st Street 618.526.7151 Pay Online             Facilities Interconnection Agreement 2022           Facilities Interconnection Policy 2022 Net-Metering Policy 2022                                         Net-Metering Application 2022   2024 Utility Rates Residential Electric and Water...

Learn more about Phone, Television, Internet, Electric and Water services available in the Breese area...


Please call 9-1-1 for all emergencies. The duties of the 9-1-1 Communications center is handled by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department where Police, Fire, and EMS units are dispatched for Breese and some of the surrounding communities. Allen Pollmann EMS Operations Manager Non-Emergency 618.526.2993      

Breese has a public high school, a parochial high school, an elementary school district and a Catholic grade school. For details on each school click below.

Breese was established in 1816

Park Hours 6:00 am – 11:00 pm Sunday – Thursday 6:00 am – 12:00 pm Friday & Saturday Glass containers or bottles are prohibited. All dogs must be on a leash. A permit must be obtained from the park board for any group or organization that uses the park for a particular purpose such as exhibitions, performances,...

The city has adopted a comprehensive zoning code which governs development within the corporate limits of Breese. This code regulates lots, structures, and land uses in order to protect and promote the public welfare. Zoning permits must be approved by the Zoning Administrator and/or by the Public Works Manager prior...