Security cameras to be installed in downtown Carbondale

The City of Carbondale is installing security cameras downtown.

The city says the security cameras are part of a multi-phase safety project.

During the first phase, cameras will be install between College and Cherry Streets. 

In additional phases, more cameras will be installed along Illinois Avenue.

“The City of Carbondale continues its focus on revitalizing downtown, and enhancing the experience for our residents and visitors is a major part of that effort.  Improving safety and ensuring that downtown visitors feel safe is fundamental to our revitalization strategy,” said Carbondale City Manager Gary Williams.    

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