BOIL ORDER HAS BEEN LIFTED - Grade School, High School, Trails of Hebron and Jacobson Subdivision

The Boil Order for the Grade School, High School, Trails of Hebron and Jacobson Subdivision has been lifted!

Water Main Repairs - Thursday, December 16th on Maple Avenue

On Thursday December 16, 2021, beginning at 8:00 a.m., the village will be repairing the water main on Maple Avenue near 11611 Maple Avenue.  Part of the east bound lane on Maple Avenue will be closed.  If you can avoid the area, it would be much appreciated!  

BOIL ORDER IN PLACE - Grade School, High School, Trails of Hebron and Jacobson Subdivision

A WATER BOIL ORDER has been issued UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE by the Village of Hebron Water Department for the Grade School, High School and those residents that live in Trails of Hebron and Jacobson Subdivision!!!   

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.



Prairie Land Disposal - Yard Waste

Prairie Land yard waste service ended at the end of November per our contract with them.  This service runs from April 1 through November 30 of every year.  They will begin this service again in April of 2022.  

Village Resident Christmas Light Contest 2021

The Village will once again hold the Annual Christmas Light Contest for residents only.  The judging will be held the week of December 20th with the winners announced at the December 27th Village Board meeting.  Prizes will be awarded at our January 24th meeting.  So, get decorating and good luck to everyone!

Village Hall Closed on Veterans Day

The Village Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day!  Thank you to all who have served!!!

UPDATE !!! Prairie Land Disposal - Leaf Pickup Friday, November 12th

UPDATE!!!   There has been a delay in our leaf pickup as Prairie Land Disposal said that they are running behind when I called them today.  They told me that they will be in the Village for Leaf Pickup Tuesday, November 16th.   They did apologize and thanked us for our patience!   Please have your leaves raked and next to the road for easy pickup.  Thank you!

COMED Assistance Programs

ComEd PIPP/LIHEAP Messaging

Web & social

October 21, 2021


Web Content:

To help eligible customers stay current on their bills, and help them avoid unnecessary fees come spring, ComEd regularly works with state and federal agencies to provide assistance options to those facing financial hardship.


The Low Income, Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federal program that can help you stay warm in during winter by providing eligible customers with a one-time payment towards your energy bills. Benefits are available once per program year, September 2021 through May 2022, or until funds are exhausted. Whether you rent or own your home, LIHEAP offers financial help to limited-income households to pay heat and electric bills.


The Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP) is a choice within Illinois LIHEAP to help manage energy bills year-round. You will be placed on a Budget Billing plan that is subsidized by a monthly PIPP benefit amount, determined by a percentage of your household income. Each month, you receive a PIPP benefit towards a portion of your Budget Bill amount. If an on-time and in-full payment is received, you may also receive a monthly arrearage credit, if applicable.


Applications for LIHEAP and PIPP can be submitted online, by phone or in person and are available at your Local Administering Agency. Visit for details. Prefer to call instead? Residents of Chicago and Cook County can call 800-571-2332 for information. Residents of other counties may call 877-411-9276.



Social Content:


PIPP funds available now!

Stay current on your ComEd bill with help from state-funded PIPP. Apply now through March 31, 2022. Open to eligible customers on a first-come first-served basis while funds are available. We’re here to help when you need it most.  Apply Today

(Link “Apply today” to, takes you to the Illinois Department of Commerce. Then click on “how to apply”)



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LIHEAP helps with your ComEd bill.

Federal-funded LIHEAP helps eligible customers pay their energy bills. Applications being taken now through May 31, 2022. Funds are awarded on a first-come first-served basis while available. We’re here to help when you need it most. Apply Today

(Link “Apply today” to, takes you to the Illinois Department of Commerce. Then click on “how to apply”)

Village of Hebron Trick-or-Treat Hours

The Village of Hebron Trick-or-Treat Hours are on Sunday, October 31 from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.  Have a spooky time, but be safe out there!!!

Frontier Phone Service Issues

Currently the Village phones are out of service.  We are working with Frontier Communications to correct the situation as quickly as possible.  In the meantime, you can reach the Village Clerk through email at  We are sorry for the inconvenience!