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More than two dozen regional vendors will offer a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, cheese, frozen meat, bread and baked goods during the 47th season of the Oak Park Farmers’ Market, which kicks off May 21.
With COVID-19 cases surging across the region and reports of outbreaks in Oak Park on the rise, the Oak Park Health Department continues to step up its efforts to slow the spread of the virus.
Village officials are alerting residents about an anticipated surge in electricity supply rates that could bring about an increase in electric bills. The increase would apply to all residents, including those enrolled in the Village's municipal aggregation purchasing program.
Following two years of disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, planning is underway for the return of three major Oak Park celebrations of diversity and inclusion with A Day in Our Village, Juneteenth and Fourth of July events on the horizon.
As Memorial Day marks one of the busiest travel and holiday weekends of the summer, the Oak Park Police Department is stepping up seat belt enforcement to remind motorists to Click It or Ticket.
The Oak Park Health Department is seeking community input as it creates the five-year strategic IPLAN that will be the foundation for public health services and programs available to people who live, work, play and go to school in Oak Park.
Artists are being sought to create murals that will continue the transformation of the railroad retaining walls along the Green Line corridor from dull, blank concrete into canvases as part of the Oak Park Area Arts Council's Mini-Mural program.
The Village is seeking help from residents in shaping Oak Park’s comprehensive Climate Plan. The equity-centered, community-driven Climate Plan is expected to guide Oak Park’s sustainability efforts for years to come.
Village Manager Kevin Jackson has named Shatonya Johnson to serve as Interim Police Chief as the Village embarks on a nationwide search to permanently fill the role that will be vacated when current Police Chief LaDon Reynolds retires.
The public input phase of a comprehensive community safety study begins this month with a series of community meetings where residents can weigh in on ways the Oak Park Police Department can improve how equitably it delivers services.
The Village is celebrating National Community Development Week from April 11-15 by raising awareness about the Community Development Block Grant program’s impact on the community.
After nearly 28 years with the Oak Park Police Department, Chief LaDon Reynolds has announced his retirement effective April 15. Reynolds, who has been Chief since January 2019, said he wants to spend more time with his family and assess his future career options.
  • More than two dozen regional vendors will offer a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, honey, cheese, frozen meat, bread and baked goods during the 47th season of the Oak Park Farmers’ Market, which kicks off May 21.
  • With COVID-19 cases surging across the region and reports of outbreaks in Oak Park on the rise, the Oak Park Health Department continues to step up its efforts to slow the spread of the virus.
  • Village officials are alerting residents about an anticipated surge in electricity supply rates that could bring about an increase in electric bills. The increase would apply to all residents, including those enrolled in the Village's municipal aggregation purchasing program.
  • Following two years of disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, planning is underway for the return of three major Oak Park celebrations of diversity and inclusion with A Day in Our Village, Juneteenth and Fourth of July events on the horizon.
  • As Memorial Day marks one of the busiest travel and holiday weekends of the summer, the Oak Park Police Department is stepping up seat belt enforcement to remind motorists to Click It or Ticket.

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  • COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    The Oak Park Health Department encourages residents to take the first appointment they can find to get their COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines are safe, highly effective and widely available. Find information about local vaccination opportunities at www.oak-park.us/covid19vaccine

  • Climate Action

    What does a sustainable Oak Park look like to you? Provide input for the Village's Climate Action Plan by sharing your thoughts via a newly launched interactive platform at www.oak-park.us/climateplan. From transportation and recycling to agriculture and open space and beyond, we want to hear your voice!

  • Better Homes, Better Planet

    By making homes more energy efficient, Oak Parkers can do their part to help combat climate change and reduce the community’s carbon footprint, while also saving money by lowering their utility bills. Learn about financial support available from the Village and other sources to help pay for energy efficiency upgrades at www.sustainoakpark.com.

  • Municipal Jobs

    Residents interested in working for the Village can keep track of job openings at www.oak-park.us/jobs, where descriptions and qualifications are posted for specific positions.