There will be a gathering of Accordion Players at the Hebron Community Park located on Price Road on Tuesday, July 7 between the hours of 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. They have rented the park and would like to welcome the public to attend. They are a group that has been together for many years and used to play often within the Village as well as at the Hebron parades through the years. Bring your chairs, relax, and enjoy the music! Of course, keep social distancing in mind.
A WATER BOIL ORDER has been issued UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE on JUNE 8, 2020 by the Village of Hebron Water Department for those residents that live on Green Street!!!
These residents are cautioned to BOIL all water before consuming. Water should be BOILED for at least 5 minutes. The Village apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this outage. Residents will be notified when the boil order has been lifted. Any questions should be directed to 815-403-7594.
Please click on the link to the McHenry County Housing Authority for possible help with utility assistance (click on the Utility Assistance Tab at the top of the page) or help with past due rent or security deposits (click on the Community Services Tab).
Unfortunately, because of the Covid-19, the Girl Scout Troop 3271 cookie season came to an end in the middle of cookie booth sales. They had over 800 boxes of cookies left, but with our great supporters within our community, they are down to 215 boxes! If you would like to help them out, by either purchasing some, purchasing some to be donated to our local essential workers and/or food pantry, or purchasing for personal fulfillment, please follow the following link gsnicares.causevox.com/april-steele. We hope that you can help them out! Thank you!
The Village Fire Hydrant Flushing is now complete. Thank you very much for your patience and understanding during this process!
Community COVID-19 Response Fund. Our goal is to provide support to those who are most impacted. We invite you to join the coalition of philanthropy, government, and business partners who are ready to rapidly deploy resources to community-based organizations at the frontlines of this outbreak in McHenry County.
One hundred percent of every donation to this community fund will impact and support the organizations that are ensuring our neighbors can access basic needs in this time of crisis. Together, the United Way and The Community Foundation will deploy the resources to nonprofit organizations who have filled out an online application requesting funds
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Thanks again for your support and take care!!
Resource Development & Relationship Manager/United Way of Greater McHenry County
4508 Prime Parkway, McHenry, IL 60050 / cell: (815) 319-1253
Donate HERE to our McHenry County Community COVID-19 Response Fund and help our local nonprofits serving our county’s most vulnerable!
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!