Cuatro Language Services Inc.

Cuatro Language Services Inc. Cuatro, is a leader in the Midwest in providing Interpreting and Translation Services. Innovation.Technology.Quality

Ph:309.524.4987
Toll free: 888-383-2433
Appointments available Monday through Saturday

Established in 2009, Cuatro Language Services Inc. provides on-site, video remote interpreting, document translation, (ASL) American Sign Language and 200 languages available 24/7/365 days a year for over the phone interpreting

Cuatro Language Services Inc. is your single point of contact to request and monitor all services at all locations.

Operating as usual

08/18/2021

Who has notices this beautiful work of art?
Who would like to be a part of the next painting project on more these flower pots?
¿Quién se ha fijado en esta hermosa obra de arte?
¿A quién le gustaría ser parte del próximo proyecto de pintura en estas macetas?

07/14/2021
Photos from LULAC Muscatine's post
07/05/2021

Photos from LULAC Muscatine's post

Photos from Mercado On Fifth's post
06/25/2021

Photos from Mercado On Fifth's post

Photos from City of East Moline's post
06/24/2021

Photos from City of East Moline's post

06/24/2021

𝗩𝗲𝗻𝗱𝗼𝗿𝘀!! We have some great news! ☺

Through a donation from the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Western Illinois University we are able to offer sponsorships to cover weekly vendor booth space fees for this season! Eligibility is open to all vendors and vendor types (retail, food vendors, food trucks, etc.).

To apply, fill out an application: https://forms.gle/jTxMbvpLEXChNMth9.

The application is also available on our webpage: https://www.mercadoonfifth.org/vendor-sponsorship

Awards will be made upon review of all applications submitted. Funds may be used for reimbursement of fees paid in advance. Not all applications submitted will be awarded. The application period will end on July 7, 2021.

Photos from Welcome to Floreciente's post
06/19/2021

Photos from Welcome to Floreciente's post

Photos from Mercado On Fifth's post
06/19/2021

Photos from Mercado On Fifth's post

Photos from Welcome to Floreciente's post
06/17/2021

Photos from Welcome to Floreciente's post

06/09/2021

hola amigos, necesitamos sus aportes e ideas sobre este nuevo proyecto. No dude en dejar comentarios a continuación o enviarnos sus opiniones y comentarios por Facebook, correo electrónico. * También lo invitamos a unirse a nosotros este sábado 12 de junio en la Iglesia de San Juan a las 2pm. Consulte los folletos para obtener más detalles.

06/09/2021

Today we honored Officer Becky Sargeant as she retired from our agency after 25 years of service. Officer Sargeant’s primary focus in her many years of service to Moline was always helping one citizen at a time, in whatever way she could, to improve that person’s situation in life. Her calm demeanor, abundance of patience and overall caring attitude made her the ideal Police Officer.

Officer Sargeant began her career in 1996 and was quickly selected to become a member of the Department’s Crisis and Hostage Negotiator Team. She would remain a team member for 23 years, responding to many chaotic situations where her calming presence was needed. She was also trained as a Police Mountain Bike Officer in the early years of her career.

Officer Sargeant then completed an assignment with the Quad City Metropolitan Enforcement Group (MEG), where she worked as an investigator to take drugs and guns off the streets of the QC.

Her next stop was with the Moline Housing Authority - MHA, where she served as a COP East Officer. Officer Sargeant organized many events and activities for these residents that allowed her to build lasting relationships, especially with kids.

When Officer Sargeant returned to patrol to finish out her career, she resumed her frequent school checks (where she would be seen dominating third graders on the basketball courts) and always positive interactions with the public.

Officer Sargeant will always be known to those she worked with as an all around groovy gal. Congratulations Officer Sargeant. Enjoy your retirement, and thank you for your service!

05/14/2021

Do you have places you want to go, but don't have a way to get there? Things like getting your hair done, doctor's appointment, or just simply want to go shopping? We offer door to door transportation for anyone ages 60 or over in the metro Illinois Quad Cities and any age in rural areas. Give Lisa a call at 309-788-6335 to make your transportation arrangements!

Photos from Moline Police Department's post
04/07/2021

Photos from Moline Police Department's post

Congratulations on your Retirement
04/05/2021

Congratulations on your Retirement

Please join us in congratulating Officer Kerry Biggs on her retirement after 20-years of service to the Moline, IL - Official City Government.

Officer Biggs joined the Moline Police Department on March 19th, 2001.

During her time with the Moline Police Department, Officer Biggs worked every shift before becoming a Community Policing Officer assigned to the Welcome to Floreciente neighborhood.

Officer Biggs then became Detective Biggs and was assigned as a Juvenile Liaison Detective at John Deere Middle School.

Officer Biggs then returned to patrol where she served as a Field Training Officer, a Bicycle Officer and an Elderly Services Officer.

Officer Biggs says she will spend retirement traveling everywhere so if you need her, go to the beach⛱

Thank you Officer Biggs for your dedicated service to the citizens of Moline for the last 20 years.

Enjoy retirement.

Happy Retirement
04/05/2021

Happy Retirement

Please join us in congratulating Officer Steve Wilson on his retirement from the Moline Police Department.

Officer Wilson began his career with the Rock Island Police Department before joining the Moline Police Department in 1996.

During his time at the Moline Police Department, Officer Wilson served 24 of his 25 years on 3rd shift patrol. Officer Wilson enjoyed serving the City of Moline on patrol, he never applied for a position outside of patrol.

Officer Wilson was a valuable member of the Moline-East Moline Crisis Containment Unit (SWAT). Officer Wilson began as an Entry Team Operator and a Sniper before he became the Sniper Team Leader, a position he served in for many years.

Officer Wilson was also assigned as an Operator to the ILEAS Region 2 Special Response Team.

Officer Wilson was the go to guy for training other officers, he took great pride in training fellow officers, devoting thousands of hours to developing others into better officers. Officer Wilson would often devote his personal time to train other agencies to assist them in becoming the best officers they could be as well.

Officer Wilson was a Master Fi****ms Instructor, a Patrol Rifle Instructor, Taser Instructor, Rapid Deployment Instructor, Less Lethal/Chemical and Noise Flash Diversionary Device Instructor, 37mm Less Lethal Instructor and Less Lethal Shotgun Instructor.

Officer Wilson was also integral in implementing the LESO program at the Moline Police Department.

Officer Wilson was in charge of corralling and capturing rogue cows that were stampeding on the interstate and towards the Quad City Airport in 2015.

Thank you for your over 28 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Moline, IL - Official City Government and City of Rock Island Government.

04/02/2021

Our annual #EastMoline spring bulk garbage collection begins Monday, April 5! Here’s how to know when your pickup will take place:

▪️ If your regular garbage pickup is Monday or Tuesday, have your items placed where your normal garbage is picked up by 6 a.m. on Monday, April 5 to be picked up some time during the week.

▪️ If your regular garbage pickup is Thursday or Friday, have your items placed where your normal garbage is picked up by 6 a.m. on Monday, April 12 to be picked up some time during the week.

Please do NOT wait until your garbage day to put out your bulk collection as it may not be picked up. If you have any questions, please send us a message.

04/01/2021

YARD WASTE COLLECTION
Stickers not required from April 5th through April 16th

Yard Waste
• Yard waste collection season is from Monday, March 29, 2021, through Friday, December 10, 2021, that includes bags/carts/tree limb bundles.
• Bagged lawn waste needs to be placed in biodegradable paper bags of 30-gallon capacity or less.
•Stickers will be required starting April 19th and may be purchased for $2 at local retailers or the Finance Office,1630 8th Avenue.
• City yard waste stickers will not be required Monday, April 5 through Friday, April 16, 2021. Stickers will be required starting April 19th and may be purchased for $2 at local retailers or the Finance Office,1630 8th Avenue.
• Yard waste will be collected on the same day as regular garbage collection day.
• Place yard waste bags 3 feet from solid waste and recycle carts.
• Yard waste carts can be requested and will be provided by the City upon payment of a prepaid fee of $78.96; an annual administrative fee of $100 will be changed to cover disposal of contents and will be added to utility bill.

Brush & Tree Limbs
• Brush trimmings or tree limbs must be tied into bundles no more than 4 feet in length and 1 foot in diameter for free pickup.
• Brush is collected on the same day as regular garbage collection.
• Unbundled and larger piles of brush and limbs require prepayment of $140 paid at the Moline Finance Office, 1630 - 8th Avenue.
• Please stack neatly, not under any low wires or next to trees or poles.
• There is no limit to the size of the pile, but 4 inches diameter is the maximum per branch.

Happy Retirement
03/30/2021

Happy Retirement

Please join us in congratulating Lt. Pedro Valladares on his retirement from the Moline Police Department.

Lt. Valladares began his 25-year career in 1996 as a patrol officer. During his first year on patrol, he was awarded the MothersAgainst DrunkDriving award for DUI enforcement.

Lt. Valladares then served as a Community Oriented Policing Officer assigned to Welcome to Floreciente neighborhood. During his time at COP West, Lt. Valladares was awarded the Community Hero and Community Watch awards.

Lt. Valladares was then assigned to John Deere Middle School and Moline-Coal Valley School District as a Liaison Detective from 2004 through 2008.

Lt. Valladares was assigned to the DARE program in 2009 before being promoted to Sergeant in 2009 where he was assigned patrol as a shift supervisor. Lt. Valladares was then assigned to the newly created Community Policing Unit as a Sergeant until he was promoted to Lieutenant in 2016.

Lt. Valladares was assigned to second shift patrol until he moved to the Services Division in 2017. In 2018, Lt. Valladares was selected as an Administrative Lieutenant, which is were he served until his retirement.

Lt. Valladares also served as a Hostage Negotiator as part of the Moline-East Moline Crisis Containment Unit for over 20 years, the last 12 years he was the Commander of the Negotiators.

During his career. Lt. Valladares continued his higher education and received a Master's Degree from Western Illinois University.

Thank you for your 25 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Moline. Enjoy retirement Lt. Valladares.

03/29/2021
Fresh Produce Giveaway Sunday in Moline
02/19/2021
Fresh Produce Giveaway Sunday in Moline

Fresh Produce Giveaway Sunday in Moline

Do you know a Quad City family who could you use some free groceries? The Islamic Center of the Quad-Cities (ICQC), is hosting a drive-thru fresh

You will be greatly missed. Our condolences to the Family, Staff and everyone she touched.
02/17/2021

You will be greatly missed. Our condolences to the Family, Staff and everyone she touched.

02/12/2021

Illinois’ first case of COVID-19 variant B.1.351 first identified in South Africa has been detected in Rock Island County. Having this new variant in our community underscores the need to take personal precautions to prevent further spread. Please continue to wear your mask when away from home, watch your distance when around others and wash your hands frequently.

Timeline Photos
02/09/2021

Timeline Photos

02/02/2021

Please see the COVID vaccine update from the Rock Island County Health Department.

02/01/2021

MONDAY MINUTE

Due to Region 2 moving into Phase 4, all City of Moline offices are re-opening. As of today Monday, February 1, 2021, City Hall (619 16th Street) and the Finance Office (1630 8th Avenue) are re-open to the general public.

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our community is still the priority in Moline. Residents are encouraged to please first consider web, email and/or phone alternatives before visiting our offices. For the safety of our employees and residents, for those who are sick (defined sick to mean a fever, or flu like symptoms of aches and energy loss), are asked to please stay home.

Stay safe Moline.

Quad Cities teachers receive COVID-19 vaccine
01/31/2021
Quad Cities teachers receive COVID-19 vaccine

Quad Cities teachers receive COVID-19 vaccine

The Moline - Coal Valley School District held a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Wharton Field House on Saturday for teachers and district staff.

01/31/2021

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01/27/2021

We are hiring, here is your chance to meet and join our team.

Officer Kolton Thornborough came to the Moline Police Department because he wanted to continue his life of service and serve the citizens, visitors and businesses of Moline.

Officer Thornborough is like many of our officers, a military veteran. Officer Thornborough continues to serve our country in the U.S. Navy.

On December 29th, during a snowstorm that caused traffic on I-74 to come to a standstill, Officer Thornborough and another officer did not wait for tow trucks to respond, knowing it would cause a longer backup. Officer Thornborough and Officer Herrera began pushing vehicles out of the snow so traffic could get flowing again and limit the interruption of everyone's evening commute.

Officer Thornborough's actions that day were sent to us by a resident who was caught up in the traffic jam.

Officer Thornborough exemplifies what it means to serve and that is what it is like to be a Moline Police Officer, what can we do to make your day better or safer.

If you want to serve with Officer Thornborough and the citizens, visitors and businesses in Moline, click on the link below and apply today:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/molineil/jobs/2945534/police-officer?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

01/26/2021

Due to the expected weather conditions, all CHC clinics will open at 12:30pm on Tuesday. Please be safe!

All (A.M.) in-person Medical & Behavioral Health appointments are being rescheduled appropriately.

All (A.M.) Dental appointments have been cancelled.

Current Telehealth appointments will not be affected.

Address

352 8th St
Moline, IL
61265

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(309) 736-9100

Products

On-Site Interpretation
ASL- American Sign Language Interpretation
OPI-Telephone Interpretation
VRI-Video Remote Interpretation (On Demand Interpreter)
Document Translation

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