Starting March 23rd, work will begin on the elevated water storage tank located at 109 Front Street in Hudson. The scope of the work will be sandblasting and painting the interior and exterior of the tower. All of the work will be in compliance with OSHA and in coordination with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. The village has also coordinated with the Hudson Fire Department for the Fire Department needs during the completion of this project. During the time of this project, the water tower will be offline and portable pressure tanks will be brought in to supply the water to the village. We ask our residents to conserve water where they can as the capacity for water being stored will be diminished. The timeline for this project is March 23rd through July 1st, depending on weather. Thank you for your consideration during this time. If you have concerns or questions, please call Jeff at the Water Department at 726-1471 or you can complete a contact form on the village website.
Festivities for the Day
The Christmas Shop: Hudson Elementary School, 9:00am - 3:00pm
Features local home based businesses and crafters. Support Small Business Saturday and shop Perfectly Posh,Thirty-One, Usborne Books, Scentsy, Crafty Creations, DeHeavnly Crafts, DoTerra Essential Oils, and many more.
Lunch with Santa: Hudson Fire Department, 11:00am - 12:30pm
Hudson Woman's Club will be hosting an event for children Pre-K through 3rd grade. Pre-registration is required. Forms will be sent home through school and are available at the library and on the Village of Hudson website. Lunch will be prepared by the Hudson Lions Club.
The Village Ginger Bread House: Hudson Township Hall, 11:00am - 7:30pm
For truly unique gifts & holiday shopping visit the town hall. The town hall will be filled with homemade crafts, gifts and vintage collectibles, including bakery candles, handcrafted jewelry, florals, wood turned pens, primitive lighted houses and barns, and much more created by your local artisans. Will will also have a bake sale provided by the Hudson Ag 4H Club. Fresh baked Gingerbread cookies will be available for purchase too.
Tree Lighting Ceremony: Veteran's Park (Front St.), 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Christmas Carols, lighting of the park tree, a Christmas story read by Hudson Area Public Library, and a tree blessing. Donations will be accepted at the tree lighting for the Hudson Love Baskets.
Visit with Santa: Hudson Fire Department, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Follow Santa back to the Fire Department for Christmas treats and tours. Bring your camera for family photos.
A Dicken Christmas 2: 410 S. McLean Street, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
A light display, previously one of our featured stops during the Holiday in Hudson has moved. This year Bobby will have a 2-story display on his ranch home. It is going to look huge!
This years' Lunch with Santa will be Saturday Dec 5th between 11:00am and 12:30pm at the Hudson Fire Department, 502 N. Broadway St, Hudson IL. This annual event is once again sponsored by the Hudson Woman's Club and Hudson Lion's Club. and is for children Pre-K thru 3rd grade. Admission is $2 per child and $1 for each additional parent lunch. Activities will include a holiday craft, story time, lunch and of course a visit from Santa. Parents, Santa arrives at 12:00pm so have your cameras ready. Advanced registration is required. Registration forms can be downloaded below and must be returned by Monday November 30th.
Hudson Woman's Club will be accepting canned goods, nonperishable items and new unwrapped toys for the Hudson Love Baskets for anyone wanting to make a donation. Our current greatest needs are flour, sugar, and peanut butter.
New to Lunch with Santa: Children will receive an ornament that they can hang on the Hudson Village Christmas Tree at our Tree Lighting Ceremony in Veterans Park at 5:00pm later that night.
The Hudson Police Department is currently accepting applications for Full Time and Part Time employment. If you meet the following requirements and qualifications and are interested in working for a progressive and employee appreciated Village, apply within.
If asked, applicants must provide the following:
Must be eligible to be licensed as a police Officer in the State of Illinois (50 ILCS 705/6 and 50 ILCS 705/6.1)
Both Positions will require working weekends, nights and holidays.
Part time position will start at $16.14 as to the union contract,
Full time position will start at $19.00 ($39,520) plus full – time employee benefits.
Applications may be picked up at the Hudson Police Department, 107 Front Street or the Hudson Water Department, 109 Front St, Hudson, IL between 8:30am & 12:30pm Monday - Friday. An applications may also be downloaded by clicking the link below.
All applications must be delivered to the and received or postmarked by Monday November 23, 2015
Hudson Police Department PO Box 221, 107 Front St Hudson, IL 61748
The Hudson Boy Scouts delivered bags around town on November 7th to be filled with food and collected the next Saturday, November 14th. The food that you place on your porch on November 14th will be donated to Hudson Love Baskets. The Hudson Love Baskets go to families in need in Hudson at Christmas.
This year's Village of Hudson Illinois Halloween Trick or Treat hours are Saturday 10/31/15 between 5:00pm and 8:00pm. Because many of the trick or treat hours are after dark parents are reminded that there are several easy and effective behaviors that parents can share with kids to help reduce their risk of injury. It is strongly recommended that parents reinforce these safety behaviors with their children right before going out to trick or trick to keep it at the forefront of everyone's mind.
Drivers play an equally big role in the Halloween safety and are reminded to slow down and be alert, especially in residential neighborhoods.
Curbside limb pick is over for 2015 and will resume again April 2016. Any limbs that are currently on the curb will not be picked up. Please remember that limbs are not permitted in the Village of Hudson landscape bunker. You may contact the Village of Hudson Water Department staff with any questions.
NORMAL — With two weeks to go, officials hope more businesses and individuals will step up to support the next McLean County Household Hazardous Waste Collection.
The Ecology Action Center has raised $155,000 toward the $180,000 cost of the Oct. 17 event, which will offer residents a chance to dispose of waste including oil-based paint, batteries and fluorescent light bulbs at the Mitsubishi Motors North America plant at 100 N. Mitsubishi Motorway in Normal...
This event is only open to residents of McLean County, which includes the residents of Hudson Illinois for those new to the community. Please consider supporting this event which helps keep our environment clean and safe.
Read the full article at www.pantagraph.com
Event information and details can be found here https://www.ecologyactioncenter.org/event/mclean-county-household-hazardous-waste-collection/
Donations can be made at https://www.ecologyactioncenter.org/about/donate/