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



- Marcia Smith



- Jeff Wirth

- Kathy Kuhnen 

- Ella Bright

- Chad Weaver

- Becky Cox

- Keith Morgan


Village Treasurer

- Doug Wherry



- Teresa Byam-Adamson, Sewer/Water Clerk

- Gail Possley, Village Clerk


Police Department

- Chief Rollie Elder

- Brian Hawk

- Jessica Adams


Public Works Department

- Joel Papineau, Supervisor

- Shaun Meier

- Shannon Decker

- Brandon Bentley

- Terry Sullivan


Building Inspector

- Tod McCullough


Cemetery Sexton

- Steve Possley



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



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.









 Village of Erie Board Meetings

Village of Erie Board Meetings are slated for the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in the Village Office.


                   January 14, 2020

                   February 11, 2020

                   March 10, 2020

                   April 14, 2020

                   May 12, 2020

                   June 9, 2020

                   July 14, 2020

                   August 11, 2020

                   September 8, 2020

                   October 13, 2020

                   November 10, 2020

                   December 8, 2020






Zoning 2020 Meeting Schedule.docx
Microsoft Word document [111.8 KB]



Garbage Pick Up Every Friday

Holiday Schedule: Collections will be delayed one day when the following holidays fall on or before your day:  New Year Day, Christmas Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving Day.

*Recycling toters with tan lids must be set out the night before or no later than 6:00 am on your pick up day and shoud contain recycled items ONLY. Recyclable items can be loose and co-mingled together in your recycling toter but residents are encouraged to place smaller recyclables (mail, stredded paper, etc.) in paper grocery bags inside your toter to minimize the risk of blowing.

*In the event that you have additional recyclable items, you may place items in a separate paper bag, cardboard box or container clearly marked for recycling beside the toter.

*Please do not dispose of plastic bags in your recycling toter or use them to contain excess recyclable items as these contaminate the recycled material. Styrofoam and blister packaging are also unacceptable.

*Recycled items in your toter must be empty and free of food, drink, or any residue.

*ACCEPTABLE RECYCLABLE ITEMS: Metal products-tin and aluminum. Empty and rinse container completely. Place lids inside of cans. Labels do not have to be removed.

*Glass products-glass jars and bottles only. Empty and rinse container completely. Labels do not have to be removed.

*Plastic products-plastic jugs and bottles. Containers with the numbers 1 through 7 on the bottom, (Except Styroroam and blister packaging). Empty and rinse container completely. Lables do not have to be removed.

*Paper products-All newsprint is acceptable. Junk Mail-Includes envelopes, fliers, brochures, bill stubs and advertisements in bill, old papers, all white and colored paper. Other paper items-catalogs, magazines, phone books, soft cover books (hard cover books need covers removed). Brown Kraft Paper Bags-grocery, shopping, lunch bags, etc. Corrugated (Cardboard Boxes)-break down, bundle or stack boxes to easily fit in your toter or stack excess beside your toter in manageable sizes not exceeding 3 foot square. Other cardboard-food boxes, clothing boxes, shoe boxes, toy and game boxes, beverage cartons, soda boxes, etc.


Trash toters with chocolate lids must be set out the night before or before 6:00 am on your pick up day. Bagging your items (especially perishable items) whenever possible will keep toters clean and prevent blowing of loose material on windy days.

*Only extra trash bags not exceeding 30 gallons in capacity or 30 lbs. in weight can be set out with your trash with a securely attached sticker around the neck of the bag.  Stickers may be purchased at the village office, Shaheen's Grocery, or Hill and Dell.


Contact MORING DISPOSAL with further questions @ 800-423-0759 or at their website at




Water, Sewer, and Garbage Bills

*Water, sewer, and garbage bills are mailed out every other month starting in January.  January 1st, March 1st, May 1st, July 1st, September 1st, November 1st.

*Water, sewer, and garbage bills are DUE the 20th of the Month mailed out...(January bill due Jan. 20, etc.), unless otherwise stated.


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