Native Americans preceded the first settlers to arrive in Boone Township in 1836. Over the course of history the area’s Bethlehem Church of Associate Reform Presbyterians eventually changed their name from Bethlehem to Hebron, and when the first Post Office came to the region the name Hebron finally stuck, with the official status of “Town” being granted in 1890.
Try Pav’s Place in Hebron for outstanding fresh hamburgers and unique sandwiches. Check out hometown favorite, Country Kitchen, for the best home cooking with an expansive menu of comfort American fare.
Hebron has 7 community parks maintained by the Hebron Parks and Recreation Board. Space is available at the parks for various community activities like weddings, concerts, sporting events, picnics, and festivals. The Parks and Recreation board also maintains the ice skating rink near the north water tower in front of the new water plant.
A Hebron mainstay, the town hosts an annual Soapbox Derby every summer, providing full-sized “soapbox” cars for children to enjoy racing downhill.
The Annual Anytime Fitness 5K Fun Run and Walk is free and open to all participants, and includes goodie bags and door prizes.
According to City-Data.com the median household income for Hebron homes from a 2016 study shows an income of $56,121 compared to $52,314 for all of Indiana.
Median home values for Hebron in the same time frame were $138,189 compared to $134,800 for the rest of the state.
For current, up to date information on homes for sale in Hebron see these listings or contact our office to set up an appointment.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities near Hebron include the Franciscan St. Anthony Health Center in Crown Point, Pinnacle Hospital also in Crown Point, and the Porter Hospital in Valparaiso, Indiana.
There are no colleges or universities in Hebron. Higher education opportunities near Hebron range from Valparaiso University at 13 miles away in Valparaiso, Indiana to South Suburban College at 30 miles away in South Holland, Illinois. Others include Ivy Tech Community College-Northwest in Gary, Indiana University Northwest also in Gary, Purdue University Northwest in Hammond, Purdue University-North Central Campus in Westville, and Prairie State College in Chicago Heights.
For information on local elementary, middle/jr. high, and high schools please visit MSD of Boone Township (Hebron Public Schools)
Whether you have a question on buying a home in Hebron, selling a home, or any other Hebron, Indiana Real Estate question please call or email us. We’re always happy to help!
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