founded in 1914



Village of Palos Park Welcomes!
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.” 

Centennial Gala
Friday, November 7, 6:30pm
Cog Hill Country Club

Join us in celebrating Village of Palos Park Centennial year as the village acknowledges those who have played an important role in creating the charming community that we call home. 

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Autumn in the Park Festival
Village of Palos Park
Centennial Celebration

Two action packed days September 19 and 20, complete with live entertainment, Centennial Parade, Chili contest, BBQ rib competition and so much more. Great fun for the whole family. More information



Mayor John Mahoney, Commissioner Polk and Village Administrator Rick Boehm take the ALS Water Bucket Challenge.
See it on Facebook

2014 Fall Tree Planting Program
The Village of Palos Park will be offering the annual Fall Tree Planting program, which are planted through the Village’s program If you are interested in having a tree planted in the right of way in front of your home please call the Village Hall at 708-448-2700 to be put on the planting list, a tree selection list will be available for you choosing. Please note that trees as part of this program will only be planted on Village owned right of way. Trees will not be planted on State or County right of ways. Prior to the planting the Village Arborist will visit each site to make sure the requested tree has enough room to be planted and that the right species of tree has been selected for the spot.

Roundabout Research
The Village has contracted with a consulting engineering firm to develop a concept plan for the intersection of 86th Avenue and 123rd Street. The firm developed a initial concept for a modern roundabout that could add safety while addressing long-term traffic volumes at the intersection. This is only an initial stage, additional discussions will take place in the future. See the plan here ►


Ground Breaking on the Calumet-Sag Trail
Mayor Mahoney participates in the ground breaking of the much anticipated Calumet-Sag Trail which will connect 14 communities along a historic path along the Cal-Sag waterway.

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Learn More
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LaGrange Road Widening Construction Update
LaGrange Avenue Construction Updates

179th Street to 159th Street
Entrances off of LaGrange Road from 179th Street to 167th Street as well as 175th Street will be closed starting August 22, 2014. A detour route will be in place for the 175th Street closure. Permanent paving work will begin the 25th of August starting near 179th Street and moving north. Paving operations will be performed during the day. The contractor will be saw cutting the new pavement at the end of each day throughout the night. This is required for the proper performance of the new pavement. Work on retaining walls and storm sewers continue north of 167th Street in anticipation of the permanent pavement.

159th Street to 143rd Street
Storm sewer work continues throughout this segment, including crossing LaGrange Road. Temporary street lights have been installed and existing lights have been removed in anticipation of excavating and constructing temporary pavement. The contractor will continue to dewater the area at Marley Creek to install the necessary retaining wall and drainage structures.

143rd Street to Creek Road
The wall along the east side of LaGrange Road north of the rail road viaduct is nearly complete. The contractor will continue work on the retaining wall along the east side of LaGrange Road from 135th Street heading north.

Questions may be directed to: Updates, as they become available, will be posted on IDOT's website.

2013 Water Quality Report
This year, as in years past, your tap water met all USEPA and state drinking water health standards. Our system vigilantly safeguards its water supply, and we are able to report that the department had no violation of a contaminant level or of any other water quality standard in the previous year. READ THE REPORT ►

Fence Regulations Summary

►View the proposed Fence Regulations to be adopted by the Village Council

'Images of America' Palos Park

Images of America' Palos Park
by Jeannine Kacmar, the Palos Park Library, and the Village of Palos Park

To celebrate the centennial anniversary of Palos Park in 2014, the Village of Palos Park and the Palos Park Public Library have partnered together to publish a book with Arcadia Publishing highlighting the fascinating history of Palos Park. The book, written by Palos Park librarian Jeannine Kacmar, features photographs and stories donated from private collections of local residents, businesses, and organizations. The book is available for purchase for $21.99 at the Village Hall and the Palos Park Library. Call the library (708-448-1530) or the Village Hall (708-671-3700) for more information.

Resident Information

Village of Palos Park T-shirts

Show your support for
The Village of Palos Park!
Shirts available at the Village Hall for $7
Sizes: Youth Med to Adult XXL

Centennial Support
To celebrate our Centennial year, the Village has a limited supply of Centennial items for purchase at Village Hall. Coffee mugs are $4.50 and lapel pins are $3.00.

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.
Mailbox Replacement Program
Since 2000, the Palos Park Beautification Committee has been beautifying Palos Park with a great selection of replacement mailboxes. Delivery and installation is included, as well as removal of the old mailbox and post. We do all the work! All proceeds benefit Palos Park  Download the brochure ►

Pedalers in Palos Park

Pedalers in Palos Park
To help in this effort, we would like input from the Palos Park community on bike safety issues on our streets. MORE

Download local Bike Map ►

Memorial Benches in Palos Park

Beautify Palos Park with a Bench Memorial
Palos Park Beautification Committee is offering limited quantity of these high quality park benches with memorial plaque to village residents. MORE

Village of Palos Park Community Calendar

Senior Scam Awareness Seminar Series
Mondays Sept. 22 - Oct. 13, 1 to 3 pm
Holy Family Villa
12218 S. Will Cook Road
Palos Park Police Department will be sponsoring a Senior Scam Awareness Seminar Series to make seniors aware and teach them how to protect themselves from sues and scams, financial exploitation and how to communicate with and seek help of law enforcement. The program will cover tips on personal and home safety, along with a community drug awareness update. For more information please call 708-671-3370.

Sept. 26 to Oct. 4

The library’s annual book sale will include fiction and non-fiction books for adults, teens, and children along with games, CDs, and DVDs. The library’s hours are Monday-Thursday from 9:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., and Friday & Saturday from 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.  Call the library for more information at 708.448.1530.

Family Camp Out in The Park
Saturday, October 4th
4:00 PM Village Green

Register through the Recreation Department.

12th Annual Palos Reads
October 8, at 7pm
Palos Country Club

Meet Marcus Sakey, a modern master of suspense, author of "Brilliance" This dystopian novel takes place in an alternative reality where 1% of the population is genetically gifted. It deals with the dramatic impact the "brilliants" have on the world and their inhumane treatment by "normals". A BETTER WORLD, Book Two in the Brilliance Saga, will also be discussed. $5/Non-member, FREE ADMISSION PFA MEMBERS and patrons of our local libraries. Sponsored by the Palos Fine Arts in partnership with the Palos Park Public Library, Green Hills Public Library, and the Palos Heights Public Library.

The Making of the Centennial Book
Thursday, October 9th at 7:00PM

Recreation Building, 8901 W. 123rd Street
Join us to celebrate the centennial anniversary of Palos Park with an illustrated presentation on the stories and photos behind the new “Palos Park” book. This program will be held at the Palos Park Recreation Center and refreshments will be served after the program. Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase at $21.99. The date is Thursday, October 9th. Please call to register for the program at 708.448.1530.






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8999 West 123rd Street, Palos Park, Illinois 60464
Main: 708-671-3700 
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