Hebron, Indiana

Hebron, Indiana This is the OFFICIAL Town of Hebron, Indiana page."A Community Working Together" http://www.visithebron.org/aboutus.htm

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Please Note - Effective ImmediatelyFacial Coverings are Required upon entering Hebron Town Hall: 107 N. Main Street
09/08/2021

Please Note - Effective Immediately
Facial Coverings are Required upon entering
Hebron Town Hall: 107 N. Main Street

Please Note - Effective Immediately
Facial Coverings are Required upon entering
Hebron Town Hall: 107 N. Main Street

09/08/2021

In an effort to support the state wide plan to reduce the spread of coronavirus COVID-19, the town council has decided to close Hebron Community Center until further notice. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

In observance of Labor Day:- Garbage pickup will be Wednesday, September 8th.- Limb pick up is scheduled for Monday, Sep...
09/05/2021

In observance of Labor Day:
- Garbage pickup will be Wednesday, September 8th.
- Limb pick up is scheduled for Monday, September 13th.

In observance of Labor Day:
- Garbage pickup will be Wednesday, September 8th.
- Limb pick up is scheduled for Monday, September 13th.

2020 BUDGET
08/25/2021

2020 BUDGET

Subject: Curbside Recycling ContaminationRecently there has been a heightened focus oncontamination at the Material Reco...
08/18/2021

Subject: Curbside Recycling Contamination

Recently there has been a heightened focus on
contamination at the Material Recovery Facilities, (MRFs) and they have started to reject material and loads. The recycle material collected these days has to pass their standards in order to be processed and resold. (The China rejection of USA recycled material continues)
Drivers have been instructed to check for contamination in the
residences carts weekly. If the driver finds contamination sufficient
enough, he will put an orange tag on the lid of the cart stating the issue, and then, also will put a flyer on the cart showing the proper materials accepted. (Pictured below)
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Republic Services 219-987-6057.

Subject: Curbside Recycling Contamination

Recently there has been a heightened focus on
contamination at the Material Recovery Facilities, (MRFs) and they have started to reject material and loads. The recycle material collected these days has to pass their standards in order to be processed and resold. (The China rejection of USA recycled material continues)
Drivers have been instructed to check for contamination in the
residences carts weekly. If the driver finds contamination sufficient
enough, he will put an orange tag on the lid of the cart stating the issue, and then, also will put a flyer on the cart showing the proper materials accepted. (Pictured below)
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Republic Services 219-987-6057.

Learn to Square Dance! Hebron Elementary School Cafeteria on Monday September 20 & 27, 2021 from 7:00 – 9:00PM.For 50 ye...
08/18/2021

Learn to Square Dance!
Hebron Elementary School Cafeteria on
Monday September 20 & 27, 2021 from 7:00 – 9:00PM.

For 50 years, Hebron’s Wrong Way Squares have offered friends & family a chance to experience just how much fun square dancing can be.

What inspired a group of 8 couples in 1972 from Hebron to select a club name fashioned after the “Wrong Way” road sign? One would think, these founding members wanted to set a tone for the future of their newly started club, “Wrong Way Squares”. What is wrong with making a few mistakes, then laughing at yourself and continuing on with one of life’s real joys?

People that have taken the time and stepped out and tried any form of dancing realized what a positive and uplifting experience dancing is about. In square dancing, you and your partner is working in unison with 3 other couples to the beat of the music.
A Caller, much like a music composer, will instruct everyone in the square to execute a movement that may take from 2-32 beats of music to perform. The interesting part is the dancers don’t know in advance what movement will be called next. Callers can get
quite creative in mixing it up for a fun experience of dancing.

If you would like to experience this form of active entertainment and have a little fun, the Wrong Way Squares will be offering (2) Free no obligations public dances in the Hebron Elementary School Cafeteria on Monday September 20 & 27, 2021 from 7:00 – 9:00PM. Bring a friend, spouse or yourself, no prior experience necessary. Additional lessons will continue on Monday nights for a charge of $5 per person or $12 family group rate.
Contact Larry & Rose Hakes at (219) 921-1196 or
www.WrongWaySquares.com if you should have any questions.

Learn to Square Dance!
Hebron Elementary School Cafeteria on
Monday September 20 & 27, 2021 from 7:00 – 9:00PM.

For 50 years, Hebron’s Wrong Way Squares have offered friends & family a chance to experience just how much fun square dancing can be.

What inspired a group of 8 couples in 1972 from Hebron to select a club name fashioned after the “Wrong Way” road sign? One would think, these founding members wanted to set a tone for the future of their newly started club, “Wrong Way Squares”. What is wrong with making a few mistakes, then laughing at yourself and continuing on with one of life’s real joys?

People that have taken the time and stepped out and tried any form of dancing realized what a positive and uplifting experience dancing is about. In square dancing, you and your partner is working in unison with 3 other couples to the beat of the music.
A Caller, much like a music composer, will instruct everyone in the square to execute a movement that may take from 2-32 beats of music to perform. The interesting part is the dancers don’t know in advance what movement will be called next. Callers can get
quite creative in mixing it up for a fun experience of dancing.

If you would like to experience this form of active entertainment and have a little fun, the Wrong Way Squares will be offering (2) Free no obligations public dances in the Hebron Elementary School Cafeteria on Monday September 20 & 27, 2021 from 7:00 – 9:00PM. Bring a friend, spouse or yourself, no prior experience necessary. Additional lessons will continue on Monday nights for a charge of $5 per person or $12 family group rate.
Contact Larry & Rose Hakes at (219) 921-1196 or
www.WrongWaySquares.com if you should have any questions.

Please Note - Effective ImmediatelyFacial Coverings are Required upon entering the Hebron Community Center: 611 N. Main ...
08/17/2021

Please Note - Effective Immediately
Facial Coverings are Required upon entering
the Hebron Community Center: 611 N. Main Street

Please Note - Effective Immediately
Facial Coverings are Required upon entering
the Hebron Community Center: 611 N. Main Street

Upcoming Public Meeting
08/16/2021

Upcoming Public Meeting

Upcoming Public Meeting

HELP WANTEDFall Seasonal Help: part-time position -  duties will include mowing and leaf and limb pickup. Hours are Mond...
08/04/2021

HELP WANTED
Fall Seasonal Help: part-time position - duties will include mowing and leaf and limb pickup. Hours are Monday through Friday 7:30am - 4:00 pm

Please apply in person:
Hebron Town Hall
107 N. Main St.
Hebron, IN 46341
Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:00pm

HELP WANTED
Fall Seasonal Help: part-time position - duties will include mowing and leaf and limb pickup. Hours are Monday through Friday 7:30am - 4:00 pm

Please apply in person:
Hebron Town Hall
107 N. Main St.
Hebron, IN 46341
Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:00pm

MAAC Foundation First Responders Appreciation ConcertSaturday, August 21, 2021JOSH TURNERLive at the Porter County Fairg...
07/26/2021

MAAC Foundation First Responders Appreciation Concert
Saturday, August 21, 2021

JOSH TURNER
Live at the Porter County Fairgrounds
8:00 PM

For nearly two decades, Turner has been one of country music's most recognized voices, selling more than 8.5 million units and amassing more than 2.5 billion global streams. He has never kept his reverence for traditional country music a secret, but, with this latest album, Josh Turner is definitely in a Country State of Mind.

For Tickets visit
www.maacfoundation.com

MAAC Foundation First Responders Appreciation Concert
Saturday, August 21, 2021

JOSH TURNER
Live at the Porter County Fairgrounds
8:00 PM

For nearly two decades, Turner has been one of country music's most recognized voices, selling more than 8.5 million units and amassing more than 2.5 billion global streams. He has never kept his reverence for traditional country music a secret, but, with this latest album, Josh Turner is definitely in a Country State of Mind.

For Tickets visit
www.maacfoundation.com

Mark you calendar!!
07/23/2021

Mark you calendar!!

Mark you calendar!!

07/22/2021

Town of Hebron is accepting applications:

Full- time certified Water and Wastewater Operator. WT3, DSM and class II preferred but not required. Must be available for on call duty and rotating weekend duty schedule. Duties include installation, maintenance, and repair of water and wastewater treatment plant equipment. Also including water meter installation & repair, meter reading, water sampling, lab testing, and preventive maintenance. Benefits include medical, dental, vision and life insurance, retirement plan as well as paid vacation and sick leave.

Fall Seasonal Help: part-time position - duties will include mowing and leaf and limb pickup. Hours are Monday through Friday 7:30am - 4:00 pm

Please apply in person:

Hebron Town Hall

107 N. Main St.

Hebron, IN 46341

Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4pm

ATTENTION: BUSINESS OWNERSNIRPS' s new program is designed to assist businesses and organizations in alleviating sudden ...
07/21/2021

ATTENTION: BUSINESS OWNERS
NIRPS' s new program is designed to assist businesses and organizations in alleviating sudden and severe economic dislocation caused by the pandemic. $530,000 is available for these loans for business in Lake, Porter & LaPorte counties. Please visit www.nirpc.org/RecoverNWI to apply.

ATTENTION: BUSINESS OWNERS
NIRPS' s new program is designed to assist businesses and organizations in alleviating sudden and severe economic dislocation caused by the pandemic. $530,000 is available for these loans for business in Lake, Porter & LaPorte counties. Please visit www.nirpc.org/RecoverNWI to apply.

Benefits of Recycling• Reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators• Conserves natural resources such ...
07/13/2021

Benefits of Recycling
• Reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators
• Conserves natural resources such as timber, water and minerals
•Prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials
•Saves energy
•Supports American manufacturing & conserves valuable resources
•Helps create jobs in the recycling and manufacturing industries in the United States

Benefits of Recycling
• Reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills and incinerators
• Conserves natural resources such as timber, water and minerals
•Prevents pollution by reducing the need to collect new raw materials
•Saves energy
•Supports American manufacturing & conserves valuable resources
•Helps create jobs in the recycling and manufacturing industries in the United States

Hebron Parks Department would like to invite you to a Movie in the Park!! This will be the last movie of the summer, you...
07/09/2021

Hebron Parks Department would like to invite you to a Movie in the Park!! This will be the last movie of the summer, you don't want to miss it!! Thank you to our sponsor, Hebron Masonic Lodge 502.

Hebron Parks Department would like to invite you to a Movie in the Park!! This will be the last movie of the summer, you don't want to miss it!! Thank you to our sponsor, Hebron Masonic Lodge 502.

Mark your calendars!Attend the public hearings on the wastewater collection system grant applications to share your thou...
07/08/2021

Mark your calendars!

Attend the public hearings on the wastewater collection system grant applications to share your thoughts on the project.

Planning Grant Preliminary Engineering Report Public Hearing
Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 7pm
Hebron Community Center
611 N. Main St, Hebron

OCRA Construction Grant Public Hearing
Tuesday, August 17 at 7pm
Hebron Community Center
611 N. Main St, Hebron

Mark your calendars!

Attend the public hearings on the wastewater collection system grant applications to share your thoughts on the project.

Planning Grant Preliminary Engineering Report Public Hearing
Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 7pm
Hebron Community Center
611 N. Main St, Hebron

OCRA Construction Grant Public Hearing
Tuesday, August 17 at 7pm
Hebron Community Center
611 N. Main St, Hebron

Hebron Household Hazardous Waste CollectionSaturday, July 17 • 9am- 2pm Hebron Elementary/Middle School  307 S. Main StI...
07/07/2021

Hebron Household Hazardous Waste Collection
Saturday, July 17 • 9am- 2pm
Hebron Elementary/Middle School 307 S. Main St

In addition to household hazardous waste items, residents can dispose of clean and dry plastic bags, plastic film wraps, grocery bags and plastic wrapping. Water softener bags will not be accepted for recycling.

Residents can dispose products containing: corrosive, toxic, ignitable or reactive substances. Common household hazardous waste items include aerosol cans, anti-freeze, oil, batteries (household & automotive), medications, oil based paints solvents, paint thinners, pesticides, poisons, diesel fuel, kerosene, household smoke detectors, flammable liquids and ammunition.

Items NOT accepted at this event include electronics, latex paint, tires, grill propane cylinders, and large containers over 55 gallons in size. Visit www.PorterCountyRecycling.org for a complete list of accepted items.

For more information on Porter County collection events, contact the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County at 219-465-3694.

In observance of Independence Day:- Town Hall Offices will be closed Monday, July 5th.- Limb pickup will begin, Tuesday,...
07/05/2021

In observance of Independence Day:
- Town Hall Offices will be closed Monday, July 5th.
- Limb pickup will begin, Tuesday, July 6th.
- Garbage pickup will be Wednesday, July 7th.

In observance of Independence Day:
- Town Hall Offices will be closed Monday, July 5th.
- Limb pickup will begin, Tuesday, July 6th.
- Garbage pickup will be Wednesday, July 7th.

07/04/2021
Parade route: Main Street starting at Demotte State Bank and finishing at Country Square Plaza. Parade road closures wil...
07/03/2021

Parade route: Main Street starting at Demotte State Bank and finishing at Country Square Plaza. Parade road closures will start at 4:45.

If you are participating in the Parade you must enter at Utility drive only to get your number. The sign in table will open at 3:30

Parade route: Main Street starting at Demotte State Bank and finishing at Country Square Plaza. Parade road closures will start at 4:45.

If you are participating in the Parade you must enter at Utility drive only to get your number. The sign in table will open at 3:30

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS  7/02/2021Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street swe...
07/02/2021

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS 7/02/2021

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.

During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS 7/02/2021

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.

During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS  7/01/2021Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street swe...
07/01/2021

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS 7/01/2021
Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS 7/01/2021
Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS TODAY 6/30/2021Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Stree...
06/30/2021

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS TODAY 6/30/2021

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS TODAY 6/30/2021

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS TODAYEvery Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping...
06/28/2021

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS TODAY

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

STREET SWEEPING IN PROGRESS TODAY

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous ma...
06/21/2021

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Every Year the Town cleans all of the town’s streets during the summer. Street sweeping prevents debris and hazardous materials from building up in roadways, entering storm drains, and reaching our natural waterways.
During this time, we ask that you do not park along the curb so our machine can clean your area.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Address

107 North Main St
Hebron, IN
46341

General information

http://www.visithebron.org

Opening Hours

Monday 7:30am - 4pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 4pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 4pm
Thursday 7:30am - 4pm
Friday 7:30am - 4pm

Telephone

(219) 996-4641

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