Please click on the embedded link for project information regarding Bridge Rehabilitation on O'Brien Road over the Nippersink Creek. Thank you for your patience during construction for this much-needed improvement!
The Hebron-Alden-Greenwood Fire Protection District if officially open at the Fire Station as a Warming Center until 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 30, 2019.
If you are in need of a place to warm up, please go to the station located at 12302 IL Route 173 in Hebron. Bring blankets and snacks as there will be no food provided. They also can not take pets at this time. If you know of someone that is in need of the warming center and has no other way to get there, please call the fire station at 815-648-2218. And, as always, please make sure to check on your neighbors, especially the elderly! Thank you!
If you are experience an emergency regarding heat in your home due to this dangerously cold weather, please call 911. This will enable the Village of Hebron Police Department and/or the Fire District to respond. Please take this weather seriously and stay safe!
Join in on the fun of Heartwarming Hebron on Saturday, February 9, between 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.! This event is sponsored by the newly named Hebron Area Business Association. There will be plenty of fun to be had by all including:
Please come on out and spread the word!!! And, while you are out, visit our local business and restaurants. :)
***CAUTION*** Heavy snow can create a collapse of snow forts. We realize these can be a source of fun for children and adults alike to build and play in, however, they can also be a hazard. As has been reported recently on the news, forts are collapsing on children and adults alike and in some cases, causing death.
Additionally, we have had children from the Village playing on the snow mounds created by our plows in clearing the snow. One of our drivers just missed hitting some children playing on the opposite side to which he was plowing. PLEASE play in your yards or in the parks. We value your safety!