• Branch Pick Up Starts April 4th

    Branch pick up is scheduled to start April 4th. The Village is divided at Corning Avenue, and brush from Corning Avenue north will be picked up on the first and third Monday of the month (weather permitting). Brush at homes south of Corning Avenue will be picked up on the second and fourth Monday of each month (weather permitting). Brush should be placed in the parkway close to the curb by 6:00am Monday. Should your scheduled pick up day fall on a holiday, the brush will be collected the following day.The limbs should be no longer than six feet and stacked parallel to the curb in a stack less than four feet high. Please keep a one foot space between piles. Small twigs, leaves, and grass are not chipper material and must be placed in a Star/A&J Disposal bin or yard waste bags for the regular yard waste collection. Please note that if you hire a service to cut down a tree, you must arrange with that service to haul the tree from your site. The Village will not be able to put the tree through the chipper.***Please note that only branches/brush should be placed at the curb. Please do not include piles of leaves and/or other yard waste. Also, please make sure there are no metal items or scrap materials in the branches/brush. Your branches/brush may not be removed if any of the above items are located within.
  • Unused Drug Disposal

    The Peotone Police department has started a prescription medication collection program. The program has collected several hundred pounds of medications that could otherwise pollute our environment or be within easy reach of our children and teens.

    Peotone Police is a site for unused medications. Medications need to be removed from any Rx bottles and placed in a plastic or paper bags. No Needles or sharpees. The department will take the medication on Monday –Friday from 9-3pm. Any questions contact the police department at 708-258-9236.

  • Solicitor Permit

    A Solicitor Permit has been issued to Just Energy. The permitted hours are Monday-Saturday 10:00am-7:00pm, no soliciting on Sunday. They have been issued and should be wearing a Solicitor permit identification card. They should not call upon any residence if there is a prominently posted and displayed notice containing a statement such as "Solicitors Prohibited", "No Soliciting", "No Canvassing", or the like. They should not make a nuisance of themselves in attempting to obtain orders or subscriptions for their merchandise or publications. You are not required to show them any of your personal information such as your current utility bills. If you have any issues or concerns or complaints in regards to these solicitors, please call the Village Hall at 708-258-3279
  • Independence Day

    In observation of Independence Day, the Village Hall will be closed on Monday, July 4th. We will reopen at 8:00am on Tuesday, July 5th. Branch Pick Up for Corning and North of Corning will be on Tuesday, June 5th.
  • Com Ed Electrical Supply Rate Change

    ComEd recently filed their Summer and Non-Summer Rates with the Illinois Commerce Commission for 2016 and spring of 2017. The summer price to compare will be 6.195 cents per kWh and the non- summer price to compare will be 6.315 cents per kWh. For first time since the program began in 2012, the ComEd Price To Compare will be below the aggregation programs price. The current contract with Homefield Energy has a price of 6.99 cents per kWh that will drop to 6.85 cents per kWh in September of this year. The current contract runs through September of 2017. The contract with Homefield Energy allows residents to opt-out of the program at any time with no penalty. In order to return to ComEd utility supply, residents should have their account number ready and call Homefield Energy at 1-866-694-1262 and let them know that they would like to return to ComEd supply service at the earliest possible date. It can take one to two billing cycles for the changes to take effect, depending on meter read schedules. The sole aim of the electric aggregation program has been to save residents and small businesses money on their electric supply, in the last four years the program has saved the average household in the program over $400. Now that the ComEd Price to Compare will be dropping below the programs contract price in June it is important for residents to know the facts and that they are free to leave the program without any penalty. If residents have any further questions about the Electric Aggregation Program, please call the Will County Governmental League, who manage the program on behalf of the Communities at 815-729-3535.


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vofp windmillPeotone, Illinois, is a small, rural community conveniently nestled in Will County just south of Chicago, Peotone is located between Interstate 57 and Illinois Rte 50. We are a community filled with history, culture and expectation as we move forward as a community. Many of our 4,142 residents enjoy the tranquility of a country life-style. The village streets are wide, curbed, and shaded with old trees of all varieties. Homes range from many gorgeous historic turn-of-the-century homes to beautiful new contemporary dwellings. Scholastic, athletic, and cultural programs provide growth opportunities for our children.

Peotone welcomes growth in business and general economic development. Our work force is well educated with a strong work ethic. With our village bordered on two sides by the I-57 interchange and a four lane state highway, movement of raw materials and product is fuel and time efficient.

Just twenty minutes to a Metra station for your train ride to Downtown Chicago. Shopping centers, restaurants, and cultural venues are just a short drive away. Please explore our site and see as a great place to live, work, and play.

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