Welcome to the Village of Hampton, Illinois. The citizens of Hampton are proud of the small-town atmosphere and beautiful river views. Hampton has evolved into a quiet bedroom community that is without a doubt the best kept secret in Rock Island County!


05/12/2022 - Read the May Newsletter

Memorial Day Ceremony
After a two-year absence, the Hampton Historical Society will conduct its traditional Memorial Day ceremony honoring Hampton veterans who served their country.  The ceremony will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Memorial Day with opening remarks at the Soldiers & Sailors Monument next to the Town Hall.  The roll call of veterans buried in the Hampton Cemetery and Hampton veterans buried at the Rock Island Arsenal will follow in front of the Brettun & Black Museum.

Our annual spring cleanup is back the weekend of May 13th!  Dumpsters will be available at Village Hall and Public Works for use by Village resident use only.  No appliances, electronics, hazardous chemicals, tires, solvents or paint are accepted and should NOT be placed in the dumpsters.   It’s a great way to clean up around your property, get rid of some of the things you didn’t manage to sell at your yard sale, and to make our little Village even more beautiful!

Regular Village Board meetings (occurring the second and fourth weeks of each month) will move to a 6:30 p.m. start time beginning May 9th, 2022.

Yard waste will be picked up on Mondays (except for holidays) through at least the month of October. All yard waste requires a sticker which can be purchased at Village Hall, Porters and Quinn’s for $2.50 each.  Each bag or bundle must be tagged with a sticker. ONLY craft bags are accepted—NO PLASTIC OR CANS! All brush must be in bundles of no more than 4 foot lengths. The maximum weight of a bundle or bag is 40 lbs.  Yard waste should be out by 6:30am, at the curb or alley where your garbage is picked up.  Only yard clippings, landscaping plant clippings, brush and tree waste is accepted.

Join Mike Tappero every Monday and Thursday evening at 7 p.m. (except major holidays!) at the Heritage Center for a bi-weekly dose of Zen. Mike’s yoga sessions are good for all age levels and experience levels. You must supply your own mat, blocks and any other items you may need for your practice. Mike is a 500hr certified yoga instructor, He completed his 200hr certification through Indigo Wellness Studio in 2014 and his 300hr certification through Tapas Yoga Shala in 2019. Mike has taught classes at Shine Yoga studio, formerly in Moline, as well as at the Hampton Heritage Center since 2014. Mike currently teaches two mornings per week at Revive Café in East Moline, and two evening classes at the Heritage Center. All classes at the Heritage Center location are by donation only. All donations received from the Heritage Center classes are passed along to animal welfare organizations in the Quad Cities. If you have questions, or just want to see what yoga is all about, please stop by the Heritage Center on Monday or Thursday evenings at 7 p.m.  No registration is necessary.

Photo of the new water bill drop box, located at the Heritage Center06/25/2021 - The drop box has been relocated to the Heritage Center. You can easily drop your bill off from the ease of your car.

06/10/2021 - PLEASE TAKE NOTICE! Effective immediately the Village Hall Administrative office is now located in the Heritage Center. The Clerk’s hours will remain the same and so will the mailing address. Our new physical address is: 251 So. State Avenue, Hampton, IL 61256. Phone Number is the same.

05/02/2021 - It has come to the Village Board’s attention that recently, person or persons unknown, created and/or distributed fliers to resident’s homes, in some cases, placing these fliers in resident’s mailboxes. These fliers, which contained the Village’s seal and requested donations for the Hampton Police Department, were not authorized by, or created by, the Village of Hampton, its Mayor or Board of Trustees. The fliers are not, and should not be considered, official Village communications or correspondence. Any and all persons responsible for the creation and/or distribution of such materials are advised to cease such activity immediately. Use of the Village of Hampton seal without express prior written consent of the Village Mayor and/or Board of Trustees is prohibited. 

Tree with red leaves in the middle of a field City Hall of the Village of Hampton Tree with no leaves on the side of a river Pelican on the Mississippi River