Welcome to the Village of Beecher
THE BEECHER VILLAGE HALL HAS RELOCATED TO 625 DIXIE HIGHWAY
The Village has purchased and remodeled the building at 625 Dixie Highway (north of Buddy's Drive In). The Village Hall has moved to the new location and is now open for regular business. The Police Department offices will remain at 724 Penfield Street.
2015 DOG TAGS NOW ON SALE AT THE VILLAGE HALL
Dog tags are $10 per dog and tags should be purchased by March 13, 2015. After the March 13th deadline, the price of dog tags increase to $15 each. All dogs residing in Beecher are required to have a dog tag. Dog tag fees are used to pay for the services provided by Dr. McKay and the Beecher Veterinary Clinic for picking up, feeding and boarding stray animals and lost pets.
COMED CARE PROGRAM FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
ComEd is offering a program to help senior citizens in paying their past due electric bill balances. This program is only good until December 25th.
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CHRISTMAS TREE DISPOSAL
The Will County Forest Preserve's "Recycle the Holiday Spirit" program will run from Dec. 27th through Jan. 10th to allow Will County residents to recycle their Christmas trees. Trees can be dropped off from 8 am to 4 pm in the parking lot at Plum Creek Nature Center in Beecher and the Monee Reservoir in Monee. Also, if you live within the Beecher Village limits, you may put your tree out with your regular trash during the month of January and it will be picked up by Star Disposal. Please be sure to remove all decorations from the tree, including lights and tinsel. Do not place your tree in a bag.
The Public Works Department has completed leaf collection for 2014.
Election packets for the April 7, 2015 election are now available at the Beecher Village Hall at 625 Dixie Highway. The filing period is from December 15 through December 22, 2014. Three Trustee seats (all are four year terms) on the Beecher Village Board are up for election.
feature images by Don Sala Photography