Welcome to the
City of Hoopeston and our online website. With a history enriched
in both agriculture and rural development, our growing community
offers many local and regional benefits to the people who live or
work in Hoopeston, Illinois.
Health Center offers a full range of medical and family healthcare
services to Hoopeston and the surrounding areas. Designed as a healthcare
campus, HRHC offers a 75-bed skilled nursing facility, an independent
living senior apartment community, a modern, state-of-the-art physician
clinic, a 25-bed acute care hospital, and emergency ambulance services
offering paramedic level care. Additional services such as radiology
and laboratory, surgical services, 24-hour emergency care and walk-in
clinic, massage therapy, and wellness and educational programs are
available during convenient hours.
HRHC has served the community for 40 years and prides itself on offering customers the warmth, commitment and caring often only found in a small town setting. Hoopeston Regional Health Center is committed to serving their employees and customers with dignity, courtesy and respect.
Area School District is comprised of three grade centers, a middle
school and a high school, providing children with a quality education
well above the state average. Each grade level offers physical education,
art and music, and the district benefits from many additional scholastic
programs such as the Scholastic Bowl, basketball, wrestling, football,
soccer, drama, photography, band, chorus, cheerleading, personal
interest clubs and the latest in computer advancements.
also uniquely located to allow residents access to several sources
of higher education, including the University of Illinois, Purdue,
Illinois State University, Wesleyan College, Danville Community
College and Kankakee Community College.
offers residents and visitors an exceptional selection of natural
parks, recreational facilities, nearby state parks, golf courses
and other attractions. Three city-owned parks and a large recreational area at McFerren Park are part why Vermilion County ranks first
in the state of Illinois for park land area per capita. Other features
include a very active Conservation Club, Skating Rink, Bowling Alley,
Youth Club and Summer Sports Program, and easy access to nearby
Kickapoo State Park, Middlefork Park, Kennekuk Park and the North
its citizens a multitude of clubs, organizations and protection,
volunteer fire department, ambulance service, a public library,
and more! The area features easy access and participation to many
different types of special interest groups, as well as economic
development committees, opportunities within local government positions,
and volunteer positions serving the community. Other organizations
include Jaycees, Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions Club, VFW, Chamber of Commerce,
Masons, Visioning, Vermilion Advantage, and more!