Spring Hydrant flushing will take place April 20 through April 24, 2019 from 9am-3pm, weather permitting. We will notify you of any possible date extensions. Run all faucets and flush all facilities if discoloration occurs. Check your water prior to doing any laundry. If you run into any issues, please contact the Water Department at 815-403-7594 or Public Works at 815-355-2190.
The flushing of fire hydrants has several advantages such as systematically removing stagnate water, iron and sediment deposits from the sidewalls of the pipe. This will help to improve water quality and maintain fire flows, as well as make sure all fire hydrants are operating correctly.
Hydrant flushing may cause some temporary discoloration of the water. If you experience water discoloration, which does not clear up within 24 hours, please contact the Water Department at 815-403-7594 and someone will follow up with you as soon as possible.
While the Village water meets all safe drinking water standards, the consumption of dicolored water is not recommended. The Village also recommends residents refrain from doing laundry when flushing is underway in your neighborhood, as the sediments stirred up during the process can discolor some clothes. Finally, please make sure to close all windows in your home and vehicles during flushing in your area as heavy winds can cause water to drift and do not drive through an open hydrant as this water pressure can damage your vehicle.
Hi All! I hope this finds you well and adjusting to this new way of living. Please use this link to the Village Spring Newsletter or go to "The Village" at the top of the website and then to "Newsletters. It is my hope that you find some of this information helpful!
Due to the impact on our sewer line, please DO NOT FLUSH any type of WIPES, whether or not the packaging says 'flushable'. We appreciate your cooperation! Thank you.
In regard to the safety of our staff and our residents, the Hebron Village Hall will be closed to the public effective immediately, until further notice. Any payments for water bills or tickets can be placed in our drop box at the front of the Village Hall. Should anyone be in need of services or have questions, please call us at 815-648-2353.
The Village of Hebron will also suspend our bus service for seniors normally taking place on Tuesdays, until further notice.
All staff are still required to work during their regularly scheduled hours and additional emergency hours, if necessary. We are dedicated to the safety and well-being of our residents.
As always, I thank our residents for their understanding and our staff for their dedicated support to the Village.
Wishing everyone good health during these trying times. May God Bless the United States.
For those in need, the Hebron Township Food Pantry will be open beginning at 1:00 p.m. You must show two forms of identification to prove that you reside within the District. The Food Pantry is located at the Township office (10206 Seaman Road, Hebron, IL).
Crandall’s Restaurant – 815-648-2609
Crandall’s will be having carry-out with a drive-up location by the front door.
We will also offer DELIVERY within a 5-mile radius and will be including Alden. A $5.00 delivery charge and a minimum order of $20.00 will be required.
Full menu available, and of course our famous chicken!
Call us when your here, we will bring it out to your car!
Hart’s Saloon – 815-575-8110
Offering pick-up from 11am to 9pm – 7 DAYS A WEEK
Call when you are outside.
Working on delivery options!
Hazel’s Diner & Bakery – 815-648-2910
Take out/Curbside options currently under consideration – Please check back!
Hoops Sports Bar & Grill – 815-648-4667
Tour kitchen is open from 11pm to 9pm EVERYDAY!
Delivery & Pick-up available.
Subway – 815-648-4181
Open for Business. Dining Room Closed.
Order In Store for Carry Out only.
Online ordering Special Only. Free Footlong When You Buy Any Footlong, Curbside
Pick Up service Available.
Earlier today discussions took place between members of School District 19, Alden Hebron Fire District, Hebron Police Department and the Village of Hebron in an effort to best serve our community during these unprecedented times. Please be assured that police and fire officials are in regular communication with each othe,r in addition to McHenry County Emergency Management, and all of our local officials to be prepared as possible for any additional state and federal mandates. The CDC provides the most reliable and up to date information.
~ Chief Donlea, Hebron Police Department
The Village Clerk will be out of the office this afternoon Monday, March 9th. She will return on Tuesday, March 9 at 9:00 a.m.
Thank you for your understanding and patience. Messages can be left at 815-648-2353 or by email at email@example.com.