1. Beautification Committee

    The Palos Park Beautification Committee was established to beautify the appearance of public ways, waysides and Village places through the planting of flowers, shrubs, trees, etc.

  2. Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts & Girl Scouts

    Learn about the Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts organizations.

  3. The Community Center Foundation & Children’s Farm

    The Center has been a mainstay in the village since 1932, offering a Children’s Farm, Farm Camps, Festivals, Pumpkin Picking, Weddings, Log Cabin Center for the Arts and more.

  4. C.O.P.S

    The Palos Park C.O.P.S. (Citizens on Patrol Service) help the police department in a number of ways, and they make a difference in our community.

  5. Friends of the Calumet-Sag Trail

    The Calumet-Sag Trail will be a multi-use path built almost entirely along the banks of the Calumet-Sag Channel and Calumet River.

  6. Garden Guild

    Palos Park Garden Guild was organized in 1950 with a membership of 20.

  7. McCord House Gallery & Cultural Center

    The McCord House is a well preserved 1834 farm house in Palos Park, Illinois.

  8. Palos 118 Educational Foundation

    The Palos 118 Educational Foundation serves School District 118 and the students of Palos East, Palos West and Palos South Schools.

  9. Palos Park Clubs

    Find information on clubs for seniors, women and more.

  1. Palos Fine Arts Association

    Founded in 1984, the Palos Fine Arts Association is organized to integrate the arts into community life by providing culturally-based programs and supporting artistic goals and achievements.

  2. Palos Historical Society

    The Historical Society was founded in 1957 to institute and encourage historical inquiry, to collect and preserve materials of history and spread historical information.

  3. Palos Park Police Foundation

    The Palos Park Police Foundation supports Palos Park Police Department initiatives and programs that the village cannot readily fund.

  4. Palos Park Service League

    The Palos Park Service League is a non-profit charitable organization that has been helping worthwhile causes in the Palos area for 70 years.

  5. Palos Village Players

    Volunteers provide community theater to the area.

  6. Pedalers in Palos Park

    The Palos Park Peddlers Bike Club mission statement includes the promotion of biking safety and an active and healthy lifestyle for all ages.

  7. PLOWS

    PLOWS Council on Aging is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting older persons over the age of 60 who are physically or psychologically impaired.

  8. Rotary #6450

    Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

  9. Tree Body

    The Palos Park Tree Body was established in 1993 to promote the preservation and reforestation of the Village and to encourage public awareness and participation in the Forestry Management Plan.