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Orland Park Substance Awareness Forum Unveils New Website
Mayor Dan McLaughlin created the Orland Park Substance Abuse Forum in 2015 to bring together experts from a variety of fields to help those facing substance abuse. The group recently unveiled its resource filled website at www.opcares.net. Read on...
Village of Orland Park Police Station Serves As Cooling Center
With temperatures expected to top 90 degrees through the rest of the week, the Village of Orland Park reminds residents that the Orland Park Police Station at 15100 Ravinia is the village's primary cooling center. Check on elderly and disabled neighbors. Read on...
Orland Park Police Hold Annual Bicycle Ride for Special Olympics Illinois
Pre-registration for the OPPD's Aug 28 Bike Ride for Special Olympics is available until July 31. Completed forms must be returned to the PD with payment. Day of registration will be available. This 15-mile leisurely paced ride travels Orland Park. Read on...
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 16 OPPD McCarthy.jpgMcCarthy Named Interim Village Manager

Orland Park Village Manager Paul Grimes has been named city manager for the City of McKinney, Texas.

Over the next few weeks, the members of the Village Board and I will interview a number of search firms to help us find Orland Park’s next village manager. We will follow the same process as last time, naming an interim village manager while we conduct a nationwide search.

The Village Board and I have chosen an interim village manager to oversee the daily operations of the village while we conduct the nationwide search. The interim manager will serve beginning July 19.

After careful consideration and discussion, the Village Board members and I unanimously agreed that Police Chief Tim McCarthy would be the best choice to serve as interim village manager. We have asked Chief McCarthy and he accepted.

Tim McCarthy knows the Village of Orland Park and how it operates. He holds a deep, passionate commitment to serving the people of Orland Park and has demonstrated this every day during his 22 years as the village’s chief of police.

Village of Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin

Veterans'Flag day.jpg Registry

The Village of Orland Park is creating a veterans’ registry so that area veterans can be notified of upcoming events and programs. All veterans living in Orland Park are invited to be added to the veterans’ registry. Those who do not use computers may obtain hard copies of the form at the Village Hall.

rain barrel.jpgVillage Offers Free Rain Barrels

The Village of Orland Park has joined with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) to provide free rain barrels to residents. Barrels take up to 8 weeks for delivery and will be available through the end of 2016.

Please
click here to learn more about the program

 

 

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Active Road Construction Map

The Village of Orland Park has developed a map that allows users to have a clearer picture of road construction projects taking place throughout town.

The map will continuously update and include color coding and informational pop-up boxes.  Please 
click here to access the map.