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The E-Pay system allows you to easily and quickly pay your water bills and tickets online. Otherwise you can mail payments to Village of Hebron P.O. Box 372, Hebron, IL. 60034 or depoit payments in drop box in front of the Village Hall.  ...Read more about New E-Pay link

The Village of Hebron will be picking up brush the 1st and 3rd Mondays in May and October. The Village will only pick up brush and small branches.  They will no longer be picking up grass clippings and yard waste. These following will be the only days for brush pick up. May 4th and 18th, October 5th and 19th.  ...Read more about Brush Pick Up

Harvard Senior Center is sponsoring new senior programs. Resource and referral services: Sponsored by Harvard Senior Center and Families ETC. Learn resources that are available you. Every 3rd Thursady 2 to 4pm at Hebron Food Pantry Freeman Rd. Hebron, For more info call Families ETC at 815-308-0861. Senoir Yoga: Tuesdays at 1pm St. John's Luthern Church 9812 St. Albans St Hebron, IL, and Wednesdays at 1pm United Methodist Church 9811 Main St. Hebron, IL.  ...Read more about Senior Services

If you put anything flammable like batteries, paint thinners, gasoline, pool chemicals, lighter fluid, or other hazardous material in your trash, you are putting yourself, your community and our drivers at serious risk.  Waste Management has battled more than 150 truck fires company-wide.  And you may be surprised to find out the main culprit: Residents and business employees unwittingly putting highly flammable items in their trash cans.  ...Read more about Friendly Reminder from Waste Mgmt.

Hebron residents can follow this link to see the Village of Hebron Water Report 2014: http://villageofhebron.org/CCR_2014.pdf  ...Read more about Hebron Water Quality Report CCR 2014

Members of the Illinois Society of Sons of the American Revolution paid to have a plaque placed at the entrance of the Linn-Hebron Cemetery denoting it is the location of Watson’s grave. The recent event at the Linn-Hebron Cemetery was organized by the Illinois Society of Sons of the American Revolution, and was attended by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Major Watson Society and the Children of the American Revolution. Major Watson was a soldier who served under Gen.  ...Read more about Commemorative Plaque Honors American Revolution Veteran

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