HYDRANT FLUSHING WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, MAY 21ST AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 22ND
In observance of Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th, the Village Hall, Public Works garage, and Police department will be closed so that our employees may observe the holiday with their families. They will all reopen on Tuesday, May 28th, at their regular times.
GARBAGE PICKUP WILL BE ON TUESDAY, MAY 28TH.
We wish you all a Happy & Safe Memorial Day weekend!
There will be a Memorial Day Service at the Lyndon Cemetery on Monday, May 27th at 9:00 a.m.
There will also be a Memorial Day Service at the Prophetstown Veterans Memorial Park at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 27th.
In case of rain both the Lyndon and Prophetstown Memorial Services will be held at the Prophetstown Middle School in the gymnasium at 10:00 a.m.
This is a nice way to remember our Veterans and current members in the service.
We wish everyone a Happy and Safe Memorial Day weekend.
The Village of Lyndon Board of Trustees will be holding a Special Meeting on Friday, May 17, 2019 at the Village Hall, 605 W. Commercial, Lyndon, IL. The meeting will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and approve Notice of Awards for Water System Improvements Project and to discuss and approve signing of the IEPA Village of Lyndon/L175556 Loan Agreement. The public is welcome to attend the meeting.
Remember Town Wide Garage Sales are this weekend, May 11th. If you haven’t signed up yet at Village Hall and would like to be included on the map please call today, Monday May 6th, and we will get you on the map. The maps will be ready tomorrow to be picked up here at Village Hall from Noon to 4pm on Tuesday and from 8am to 4pm Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. There will also be some copies at Conoco that you may pick up.
Our Arbor Day Celebration and Tree planting took place at Richmond Park on Thursday, April 25th. The Prophetstown Elementary School 3rd graders, 2 teachers, the principal, 2 Representatives from ComEd (whom donated the trees and bushes for planting), Mayor Doug Dunlap, Superintendent of Public Works John Wright and his crew, Chief Mike Fisk, Deputy Clerk Alicia Wetzell, and Arlyn Madsen (who guided the children in the planting and explained a lot about planting trees). Thank you so much everyone for all the help and the children had a good time also and learned a lot. We will see what we can plan for the event next year and hope more people can come and join in!
I will try to post more pics on Monday. Have a great weekend!