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Oak Park Public Health officials are working closely with the state and federal agencies managing the COVID-19 coronavirus response to make sure residents have the information they need. Click read more for the latest news.
Oak Park’s online block party registration portal is set to reopen on Mon., May 3 with COVID-19 restrictions in place based on local public health guidelines, including wearing masks and proper social distancing.
A public health professional with a PhD in epidemiology has been selected to be the new director of the Oak Park Department of Public Health. Theresa D. Chapple-McGruder, Ph.D., is scheduled to assume her new role in Oak Park on May 3.
Oak Park’s vaccine pre-registration form has begun collecting information from all residents 16 and older who want to get in line for a local COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Residents also are urged to consider all vaccination site options.
Like it or not, coyotes are a permanent fixture in Oak Park. But just seeing a coyote does not necessarily mean a dangerous situation for humans or domestic animals, officials say.
The Oak Park Police Department is urging residents to take proactive steps to prevent package delivery thefts as the COVID-19 pandemic has substantially increased online shopping, a trend that is expected to continue to grow.
With the increase in health and safety precautions being taken during the COVID-19 emergency, the Public Works Department is advising residents that personal protective equipment (PPE) is not recyclable and should be discarded in the trash.
Oak Park’s online vaccine pre-registration form will begin gathering information from residents who qualify under the state’s latest expansion of Phase 1b eligibility, including workers in government, higher education, news media and restaurants.
Oak Park has eased COVID-19 mitigation measures to further expand indoor dining capacity for all businesses that offer food or beverages for on-premises consumption, including restaurants, bars and grocery stores.
As vaccination eligibility criteria expands to include those 16 to 64 years old with high-risk medical conditions, officials say without more vaccine these residents likely are weeks or even months away from getting vaccinated.
Oak Park has launched an online vaccine pre-registration form for those who live or work here and are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Filling out the form does not schedule a vaccination, but will help collect contact information as vaccination opportunities arise.
Oak Park is set to move into Phase 1b of the state’s plan for COVID-19 vaccinations next week. Some 12,000 residents and essential workers who live or work here are eligible, including those 65 years old and older. Vaccine supplies will determine the timeline.
  • Oak Park Public Health officials are working closely with the state and federal agencies managing the COVID-19 coronavirus response to make sure residents have the information they need. Click read more for the latest news.
  • Oak Park’s online block party registration portal is set to reopen on Mon., May 3 with COVID-19 restrictions in place based on local public health guidelines, including wearing masks and proper social distancing.
  • A public health professional with a PhD in epidemiology has been selected to be the new director of the Oak Park Department of Public Health. Theresa D. Chapple-McGruder, Ph.D., is scheduled to assume her new role in Oak Park on May 3.

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  • COVID-19 Vaccine Information

    The Oak Park Department of Public Health has been designated a COVID-19 vaccine provider and is receiving doses directly from the state. Allocation of the vaccine is determined by protocols outlined by state officials at Illinois Department of Public Health and federal officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More information is at www.oak-park.us/covid19vaccine

  • 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.

  • Community Portal

    Residents interested in really getting to know the details of their Oak Park properties have a new online resource available. Just by entering an address into the portal search window on a computer, tablet or smartphone, users can link to a wide range of property-specific information, including zoning details, refuse collection dates, a list of elected officials at all levels and more.

  • OP/FYI Newsletter

    Keep up with news from Village Hall via the OP/FYI newsletter, which is distributed to every residential address in Oak Park six times each year. Find the most recent edition as well as past issues on the Village website.