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May 24, 2018

Lori Mason to retire June 15

Tinley Park Deputy Chief Lori Mason recently announced her retirement from the Tinley Park Police Department. Her last day on duty will be June 15.
Mason began her career in 1981 as a dispatcher for the Tinley Park Police Department. After moving to the Orland Park Police Department in 1987 to work as a dispatcher, she returned to Tinley Park as a police officer in December of that same year. 
May 21, 2018

Trustee Mangin announces resignation

Trustee Michael Mangin on Thursday announced his retirement from the Tinley Park Village Board, effective May 21, 2018.

May 21, 2018

Police respond to incident at Intimo Lounge

Tinley Park police responded at 2:04 a.m. May 20 to a disturbance at Intimo Lounge, 7068 W. 183rd St., Tinley Park to find approximately 60 people involved in an altercation in the parking lot. The group dispersed after police arrived.

May 17, 2018

Public Works scam warning

There have been two reported incidents of persons imitating Tinley Park Public Works employees in an attempt to enter Tinley Park residences. The Tinley Park Public Works Department will not show up at your residence without an appointment, and all employees of the Village that appear at your residence will have proper identification.
May 10, 2018

'Benches' out now along Oak Park Avenue

If you love Shrek, High School Musical, the Lion King and other classic cinematic celebrations of song, don’t miss the 15th annual Benches on the Avenue along Oak Park Avenue in Downtown Tinley! This year’s benches are based on the theme “Treasured Family Musicals” and feature some of the most classic musicals of both stage and screen.
May 10, 2018

Village hosts annual Business Breakfast

More than 200 area business executives and leaders attended the Village’s annual Business Breakfast on May 9 at the Tinley Park Convention Center.

A video of the entire Business Breakfast is now playing on the Village’s YouTube channel.
May 10, 2018

Sister Cities Commission seeks host families

The Tinley Park Sister Cities Commission will be welcoming an official delegation from Budingen, Germany from Oct. 2 to 14 and is seeking residents who are interested in being host families. 

Families interested in participating can email Hawley at The deadline to apply is Monday, July 16.
May 10, 2018

Village wins coveted CAFR award

The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) recently awarded the Village of Tinley Park with the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Finance Reporting for the Village’s comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR).
May 02, 2018

Village launches new Sensus Center website

Tinley Park residents now have the ability to monitor their water usage in near-real time thanks to the Village’s brand-new Sensus Center, a web-based, interactive application that gives customers unprecedented access to their water meter accounts. Sensus Center features everything a customer needs to correct current issues and make more informed decisions about future usage!

Please note that you must have a Sensus meter to utilize this technology. If you do not, contact United Meters, Inc. at (877) 533-8964 to have your meter changed.

March 21, 2018

Vehicle stickers on sale April 1

The 2018-19 Village of Tinley Park vehicle sticker goes on sale April 1 and features Tinley Park American Legion Post 615, 17423S. 67th Court. Residents have until June 30 to buy and display the stickers on their windshields.
February 21, 2018

Police staffing study available

The Village conducted a staffing study of its police department in February 2018. Read the report to see the findings of the study.

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Mayor's Corner

Mayor shaves head to support cancer research

Millennium Elementary School in Tinley Park recently hosted its annual St. Baldrick's Day Head Shaving Event, which is held with the goal of raising funds to help battle childhood cancer.  The event went off without a hitch! Students in kindergarten through fifth grade had volunteers who decided to participate in the head shaving out of solidarity for their fellow students battling childhood cancer. The event also had a few teachers and past students who wanted to participate by having their heads shaved, as well.
- Mayor Jacob C. Vandenberg