August 11, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Swallow Cliff, Rt 83 & La Grange Road. Bring your picnic baskets and enjoy a FREE concert by Johnny Russler and
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Be Aware of Scam Tactics
Residents reminded to be aware about scam tactics. With Spring approaching, residents are being advised to be on the lookout for scam artists posing as contractors. Some of the warning signs that you need to be aware of are:
• People soliciting door to door. Professionals do not do this.
• Claim to be working in your neighborhood and noticed that you need repairs
• Offer a free inspection which always turns up with a major repair
• Tell you that you need to act right away
• Tell you that they have left over materials from another job that you could use
• Want to be paid in cash
• Do not provide a detailed contract
• Ask for a large down payment
Make sure that anyone doing work for you is registered with the Village and has pulled all necessary permits. The Building Department is here to help please call us at 708.671.3730 to verify if a contractor is registered with the Village
Mayor’s Village Council Statements on Annexation
Mayor Mahoney addressed Village Council Meeting about the annexation project currently underway. Did you miss the Village Council Meeting? View it here.
Village Gazette/Newsletter Summer 2016
Catch all the news in our summer edition of the Palos Park Gazette. Filled with the latest news and village happenings.
- Catch all the latest events on our RESIDENT NEWS page : Events in NEWS >
- Upcoming Events on our RESIDENT CALENDAR page: View Village Calendar >
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Forest Preserves of Cook County Brochure
The start location of the chipper will alternate depending on the month. During the months of April, May, July, and September the Chipper Crew will begin on the eastern edge of the Village and move west across the Village until all the public streets have been serviced. During the months of June, August, and October the Chipper Crew will begin on the western edge of the Village and move east across the Village until all the public streets have been serviced. Once a street has been serviced the chipper crew will not return until the next chipping date.
Lawn Sprinkling Restrictions
So as to comply with Illinois Department of Natural Resources’ Lake Michigan Water Allocation Rules and Regulations lawn sprinkling is restricted May 15th through September 15th of every year as follows:
Manual sprinkling or manual use of an irrigation system; it shall be unlawful for any person, contractor, firm, or corporation to use Lake Michigan water for the sprinkling or irrigation of lawns or gardens (“outdoor watering”) on any day of the week, except between 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. or 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on an odd/even basis, using the last digit of the property address and the calendar date. Odd addresses are prohibited from outdoor watering on both the 31st day and on the 1st day of the next month, thus watering on consecutive days.
Vehicle Sticker Reminders
The State of Illinois is no longer mailing vehicle license plate sticker reminder forms. Sign up with the State for email notifications.
LaGrange Road Widening
Questions may be directed to: http://www.dot.state.il.us/US45lagrange/index.html. Updates, as they become available, will be posted on IDOT’s website as well as the Village of Orland Park’s site at www.orlandpark.org.
Recycling trucks pick up your recycle totes on an every other week basis based on your address. Click here to download printable schedule for easy reminder.
Village Welcome Sign up for Adoption on Southwest Highway
Please contact the village office at 708-448-2700 if you or your business or organization is interested in adopting a Village Welcome sign. This would entail planting flowers, weeding and decorating for Christmas time.
Catch more news and events on the Resident News Page.
The Village of Palos Park is a charming bedroom community nestled in the midst of dense wooded land. A wonderful place to live and raise a family in a natural environment. We love this town for its profound natural features, where hills, creeks, and ravines abound. Large, aged oak trees line our streets and properties. Our one-acre zoning in residential areas has been vital in maintaining these natural assets, and the community members actively work to maintain our “pastoral setting, rural splendor.”
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