Village of Hebron - Illinois Department of Public Health Award

Congratulations to our Village Water Department as they recently received a letter and certificate of commendation to the community water system for maintaining a perfect compliance in 2022 for 12 consecutive months in accordance with the Illinois Public Water Supply Regulation Act [415 ILCS 40/7a]!  You can access the letter and the certificate by clicking the embedded links.  

Hebron Township - Free Mulch Available

Hebron Township is offering FREE MULCH at the Hebron Township Highway Department building located at 10206 Seaman Road, Hebron, IL 60034.  Please see the flyer for more information embedded in this post.


Village of Hebron - No Mow May

The Village of Hebron is offering No Mow May to it's residents.  This is a growing movement aimed at reducing lawn mowing during the month of May to provide a safe haven for pollinators and other wildlife.  For more information and a registration form please follow the previous link.  The form must be turned in to the Village Clerk during her normal business hours or can be dropped in the drop box at the front of the Village Hall directed to the Village Clerk. Every little bit helps, so please consider taking part in this helpful event.

Village of Hebron - Mayor Monarch Pledge

Village President Robert Shelton has committed to saving the Monarch Butterfly and other pollinators by signing the Mayor's Monarch Pledge!  He looks forward to engaging the community in building more pollinator habitats throughout the Village.  

Mayors and other heads of local government are taking action to help save the monarch butterfly, an iconic species whose eastern populations have declined by 90% and western populations by 99% in recent years.  Through the National Wildlife Federation's Mayor's Monarch Pledge, U.S. cities, municipalities, and other communities are committing to create habitat for the monarch butterfly and pollinators, and to educate residents about how they can make a difference at home and in their community.  If you have any questions, please email Trustee Dawn Milarski at  Or visit on Facebook. 

Please consider doing what you can to help save these beautiful and much-needed pollinators!!!  Thank you!


Prairieland Disposal/LRS Yard Waste Pickup

Prairieland Disposal/LRS begins pickup of yard waste, such as grass clippings, leaves, bundled tree branches, and brush (must be bundled and tied with biodegradable twine or string, no metal, in distinct piles that are no longer than 4 ft. in length, 2 ft. in diameter and weighing no more than 50 lbs. with no individual branch being greater than 2" in diameter) on April 1 and this ends on November 30.  Please call them at 847-381-9300 if you have questions.


The date for their spring cleanup which includes other items has not been set yet.  As soon as it is, I will post it on the Village website, and it will also be on the Village Facebook page. 


Drug Take-Back Program

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  A kiosk is now placed in the Hebron Village Hall.  This program was written into law by the State of Illinois, paid for by doctors, free for government agencies.  It is a one-way kiosk (dump only), any old medications can be “dumped” in by residents, so pharmaceuticals do not wind up into the hands of the wrong people, children, or into our drinking water system.  The box is located at the end of the Village entrance hall near the Police Department door.


ACCEPTED:  Unused or expired prescription medication (Including Schedule II-V controlled substances) and Unused or expired over-the-counter medication.


NOT ACCEPTED:  Schedule 1 controlled substances, Illegal drugs, and pet medication


Village of Hebron Water Department - Illinois Department of Public Health Award

The Village of Hebron Water Department has received a certificate of commendation from the Illinois Department of Public Health in recognition of achieving the highest standard of compliance in accordance with the Illinois Fluoridation Act for 2019-2021.  Congratulations to Frank Michalczyk for his hard work!

Senior Assisted Living Information

Many aging adults are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help them maintain their independence and quality of life.  Please see the free resource links below that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and in-home care options that are available in their area. You can read more here:

Hebron Township - Information for Energy Assistance Programs

Please click on the embedded link for assistance information/resources regarding help with energy bills.  The Hebron Township Supervisor, Nancy Lech,  will gladly assist anyone who needs help with online applications (you just need to call and make an appointment with her as it will have to be at night or on the weekends).

Please call Nancy and she can help you with any and all benefits that may pertain to your situation. Nancy Lech, Hebron Township Supervisor, 847.878.8600 cell, 815-648-2994 office


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.