Villlage of Heyworth - COVID-19

With the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, our society is currently facing unprecedented challenges that are affecting our health, safety, and way of life.  The Village of Heyworth is working diligently to help face these challenges, with the health and safety of its citizens and employees at the forefront.  The Village of Heyworth has and will continue to take measures to assure that the essential services of police protection, clean water, and sanitary sewer services go uninterrupted.
One of the best ways to deal with these types of challenges is to have accurate information.  The Village of Heyworth has created this webpage to help provide information, guidance and resources related to COVID-19 that may be helpful for the various issues and challenges the Village, its citizens, and its businesses are facing.  The Village intends to regularly update this webpage in order to promote and provide accurate, up-to-date information related to the Village of Heyworth operations and services, as well as references to information and resources that may be of assistance related to COVID-19.
As stated, the health and safety of the public and employees of the Village are of utmost importance to Village officials.  Village of Heyworth officials, when making decisions related to health and safety, are primarily relying upon the information of public health experts; specifically the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).  The following resources may be useful sources of information and guidance for public health and safety concerns:

To find daily information about new information about confirmed COVID cases, deaths, recoveries, hospitalizations, and positivity rates for McLean County as well as confirmed cases in Heyworth, see the McLean County Health Department website at:

Please be safe and know that your Village of Heyworth officials are taking measures to continue to provide its essential services of police protection, clean water, and sanitary sewer services.  Village of Heyworth officials are also working with other local health and safety providers, such as Fire/EMS, OSF Healthcare, and McLean County officials as well as other service providers such as electric, garbage, t.v./cable, and broadband/internet providers to continue to provide safe and uninterrupted services.  In addition, the Village will continue to regularly review information and keep in communication with State and Federal officials in order to help its citizens, businesses and other affected parties of the Village of Heyworth navigate through this challenge together.