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Village seeks localized reopening

The Village Board recently adopted a resolution seeking a localized or EMS-region approach to reopening businesses and resuming civic activity.


Outdoor dining application available

With the State allowing outdoor dining at restaurants beginning May 29, the Village has created an application process for Tinley Park restaurants.


Village creates new grant

The Village recently created a new Redevelopment Grant for properties not able to access existing funding opportunities.


Reopening tips for businesses

If you’re among the many Tinley Park businesses taking steps to reopen your doors to the public next month, here are some helpful resources to guide you along the way.


'Benches on the Avenue' out now!

You know spring has finally arrived when the weather starts getting warmer and the Benches on the Avenue appear in Downtown Tinley!

Farmers Market returns in June

The Tinley Park Farmers Market will return in June with new procedures in place to protect shoppers and vendors from potential exposure to COVID-19.

167th Street lane to close

The northernmost westbound lane of 167th Street from Ridgeland Avenue to approximately Jean Lane will be closed starting Tuesday, May 5 for work on the Post 7 Sanitary Force Main. 


Vehicle stickers delayed to July 1

The Village is delaying the sale of vehicle stickers to July 1. The due date to have the sticker on your vehicle will now be September 30.

Census suspended until June 1

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Census Bureau has suspended 2020 Census field operations until June 1.


Village offering 'Cards to Connect'

Tinley Park children can help bring a smile to people’s faces thanks to the Village's new Cards to Connect program.

ComEd to manage power line vegetation

ComEd will perform vegetation management along the transmission corridor at 159th Street west of 80th Avenue in May, June and July.

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Mayor's Corner

Welcome to Tinley Park!

I'd like a few moments of your time to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on Tinley Park. On March 20,  I signed a Declaration of Emergency that allows for the continuation of government and the expenditure of Village funds in cases of emergency.
- Mayor Jacob C. Vandenberg