Village of Erie

Office Open Monday-Friday

8:30 am-12:30, 1:00-4:00 pm
740 Main Street
Erie, IL 61250
Phone:  (309)  659-7740


Erie School District: 

(309) 659-2239


Erie High School, Erie Middle School, Erie Elementary School

Area Churches


Erie United Methodist Church: 811 8th Street, Erie, IL; 309-659-2541; Worship Service-9:00 am; Sunday School-10:15 am.

Erie Christian Church: 715 6th Avenue, Erie, IL; 309-659-2561; Worship Service-9 am; Sunday School-10:30 am.

Erie Baptist Church: 8th Avenue & 11th Street; 309-659-2163; Worship Service-10:25 am; Sunday School-9:15 am.

St. Ambrose Catholic Church: 820 5th Street, Erie, IL; 309-659-2781; Saturday Mass-4:00 pm; Sunday Mass- 8:30 am.

Newton Zion Reformed Church: 10645 Frog Pond Rd., Erie, IL; 309-659-2464; Worship Service-9:00 am; Sunday School-10:15 am

Fenton Methodist Church: 10019 Main Street, Fenton, IL; 815-778-3789; Worship Service-9:00 am; Sunday School-10:30 am.

Erie Evangelical Free Church: 1409 16th Avenue, Erie, IL; 309-659-7129; Worship Service-9:00 am; Sunday School-10:15 am.








The Village of Erie is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Weather permitting, the village will spray for mosquitoes Friday (September 21) evening.



Just an early reminder...Fall cleanup in the Erie Cemetery will be on October 1st.  All items such as flowers, decorations, pots, plants, etc. that are not on a shepherd's hook or sitting directly on the cement foundation will be discarded.  So, you have between now and September 30th to remove said items.  After October 8th, decorations can once again be replaced.
Steven Possley
Erie Cemetery Sexton


The date has been set!   Saturday, September 29 from 8:00-noon will be the Electronic Waste Recycling Drop-off. Here is the flyer with details and a list of acceptable items.
Electronic Recycling 2018.doc
Microsoft Word document [31.0 KB]


The Erie Police Department would like to welcome all our students back to school.  Also, just a friendly reminder to everyone driving in the village to be extra cautious due to the number of children now walking to and from school.  Furthermore, if you see a police officer on the school grounds during pick-up or drop-off times, please don’t be alarmed.  The officers are trying to humanize the badge and get to know the students and staff.  By all means, if anyone has any questions, please feel free to stop by the new office and speak with us.  We are looking forward to another fun and productive school year.

Thank You,

Chief Rollie Elder    


Information About Discolored Water - Click the linl  below to get information.

Adobe Acrobat document [530.1 KB]


Annual Water Report
CCR report-8.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.9 MB]



** The Village of Erie has electric aggregation and receives the lowest rate for the Village's electric customers.  The low bid this year was received from MC3.  Your bill from ComEd will continue to look the same.  To receive this rate do not change electric suppliers. 

If you get a phone solicitation and they indicate they are from ComEd, they are not.  ComEd does not use phone solicitation.  





PRESIDENT:  Ms. Marcia Smith


TRUSTEES:  Mr. Kurt Wolf, Mrs. Kathy Kuhnen, Mrs. Becky Cox, Mrs. Ella Bright, Mr. Chad Weaver, and Mr. Jeff


VILLAGE CLERK:  Mrs. Gail Possley


DEPUTY CLERK:  Ms. Teresa Byam-Adamson


POLICE DEPARTMENT:  Police Chief Rollie Elder, Mr. Brian Hawk


PUBLIC WORKS:  Mr. Shaun Meier, Mr. Joel Papineau, Mr. Shannon Decker


ZONING BOARD:  Mr. Tod McCullough ( Building Inspector), Mr. Curt Bartels, Mr. Jason Neels, Ms. Michelle

                                  Blackmer, Mrs. Brenda Anglese, Mr. Matt Newton, Mr. Mike Murphy, Mr. Troy VanDeWostine.

                                  Alternates:  Mr. Gail Dillin, Mr. Doug Rutledge, and Mr. Bob Petersen


CEMETERY:  Mr. Steve Possley, Tom Border


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